Monthly Archives: January 2018

The Joy of Mathematical Discovery

By Steven Klee, Seattle University It persistently rises to the surface of your memory – that afternoon when you fell in love with a person or a place or a mood … when you discovered some great truth about the … Continue reading

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Advice for New Doctoral Advisors

By Benjamin Braun, Editor-in-Chief, University of Kentucky It is commonly understood that graduate students need guidance and mentoring, especially as they begin the research phase of their studies with an advisor. A less-frequent topic of discussion is the guidance and … Continue reading

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