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On “The Black Mathematician Chronicles: Our Quest to Update the MAD Pages”
On Friday, January 8, I attended this excellent talk by Edray Goins, a professor of mathematics at Pomona College in Claremont, CA. While I haven’t personally spoken with Goins before, I have read multiple media articles he has been quoted … Continue reading
Posted in Welcome Tagged Black mathematicians, Edray Goins, Mathematicians of the African Diaspora, oral history, REU, Scott Williams, the MAD pages Comments Off on On “The Black Mathematician Chronicles: Our Quest to Update the MAD Pages”