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Monthly Archives: November 2016
When should mathematics students begin publishing in research journals? The publication resumes of many graduate students in recent years are impressive. It is not unusual for a student to have several refereed journal articles before getting a PhD, and these … Continue reading →
Richard Evan Schwartz has written math books for a range of audiences: for university students, researchers, and several for children. His distinctive approach brings a touch of childlike freedom to his high-level research monographs, and mathematical depth to his whimsical … Continue reading →
This is the first in a series of author interviews. Enjoy! Suggestions for further mathematics author interviews can be made via the comments or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Tools of Mathematical Reasoning by Tamara Lakins was published in the AMS … Continue reading →