Monthly Archives: October 2009

Job Search

by ANDREW OBUS It’s that time of year when graduating students have to start thinking about the job search.   I don’t want to give here a comprehensive overview of the job search, but I want to share a few things … Continue reading

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An Interview with Terence Tao

By Kareem Carr Fields medalist Terence Tao is undoubtedly a very successful mathematician. He works primarily in harmonic analysis, partial differential equations, geometric combinatorics, arithmetic combinatorics, analytic number theory, compressed sensing and algebraic combinatorics. I interviewed him over email to … Continue reading

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D.I.Y. Unorientable Math Gifts

By Brie Finegold Baby Felix Klein’s family probably didn’t give him lots of useless presents around the holidays, and he turned out okay (aka brilliant mathematician/physicist). All of  the Holiday Sales are already starting, trying to entice all of us poor … Continue reading

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