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Category Archives: Advising
As the Spring term ends, I thought I’d share with readers two vignettes from my teaching career. The intention is for us to remember how much of teaching is the emotional connection between student and teacher. For me, this is … Continue reading
Benjamin Braun, Editor-in-Chief, University of Kentucky Mathematics is the result of human curiosity and our desire to explain, predict, and explore observed and imagined phenomena. Our shared curiosity and sense of wonder is the wellspring of our mathematical culture. Yet … Continue reading
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