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Monthly Archives: August 2020
Guest post by Federico Ardila–Mantilla (Note: This paper was written for the upcoming book “Proceedings from a Workshop on Professional Norms in Mathematics” edited by Mathilde Gerbelli-Gauthier, Pamela Harris, Mike Hill, Dagan Karp, and Emily Riehl.) Abstract. Everyone can have … Continue reading
With this post, we are amplifying a tribute to Congressman John Lewis by Karen Saxe of the AMS. https://blogs.ams.org/capitalcurrents/2020/07/23/remembering-john-lewis-african-americans-in-congress/ From Karen Saxe: Karen Saxe is Associate Executive Director at the AMS and heads the Office of Government Relations in Washington, … Continue reading