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Tag Archives: sexism
The Thing Last Week With That Sexist Paper
Once again the mathematical world is rocked with scandal. Let me get you quickly up to speed. It started when a controversial paper on the variability hypothesis was accepted to the Mathematical Intelligencer. Shortly thereafter, University of Chicago mathematics professor … Continue reading
Posted in Current Events Tagged computational biology, Larry Summers, Lior Patcher, sexism, terry tao, timothy gowers, variability hypothesis 3 Comments
Promoting Diversity and Respect in the Classroom
For a lot of us, the new school year is just around the corner. We’re getting ready for new classes and a new group of students. We have plenty of learning goals for our students and subject-specific material to think … Continue reading
Posted in Math Education Tagged Adriana Salerno, Darryl Yong, David Kung, implicit bias, racism, sexism, teaching 3 Comments