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- On the “AMS Committee on Education Panel Current Issues: What can we do to support math majors and grad students in the time of pandemic?”
- On “The Black Mathematician Chronicles: Our Quest to Update the MAD Pages”
- Studying Contact Patterns for COVID-19
- Anti-racism in mathematics: Who, what, when, where, why, and how?
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Author Archives: Vanessa Rivera-Quinones
No matter what stage of your career you are in, collaborations can be crucial to build relationships in the math community and advance your research. In this talk, Dr. Chelsea Walton (Rice University), “pulled back the curtains and showed us … Continue reading
Dr. Erica Graham is an assistant professor of mathematics at Bryn Mawr College. Her research is in the field of mathematical biology, with applications to endocrinology and physiology. As one of the co-creators of Mathematically Gifted and Black, Graham is … Continue reading
As part of the AMS Special Session on Mathematical Outreach: Engagement Opportunities and Best Practices organized by Irina Mitrea, Maria E Lorenz (Temple University), and Katharine A Ott (Bates College), I got to hear the experience in mathematical outreach of Dr. Katrina Morgan (Northwestern … Continue reading