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Tag Archives: Amanda Ruiz
The MAA and AMS recently co-published “Living Proof: Stories of Resilience Along the Mathematical Journey” and the e-book is free to download here. The book was edited by Allison K. Henrich, a mathematician at Seattle University, Emille D. Lawrence, a … Continue reading
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Babies, math class and parents with STEM careers
CNN, the Washington Post, BBC News and other publications recently covered a viral news story about a U.S. mathematics professor. The story didn’t focus on mathematical research or groundbreaking teaching techniques. Instead, it was about a professor holding a student’s … Continue reading
Posted in Math Education, people in math, women in math Tagged Amanda Ruiz, babies, Becky Hall, Carrie Diaz Eaton, Emille Davie Lawrence, kids, mama, Nathan Alexander, Pamela E. Harris, parenting, Rachelle DeCoste Comments Off on Babies, math class and parents with STEM careers