Monthly Archives: September 2010

Should I be a college student or a real adult?

by Diana Davis One question I have considered since becoming a graduate student is the decision whether to be what I would term a “college student” or a “real adult.” For my first year in grad school, I was a … Continue reading

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Fellowship Applications

by Angelean Hendrix As the new fall semester begins, fellowship application time is upon us. Recently, Seth Sullivant, Associate Professor of Mathematics at North Carolina State University, prepared a workshop on preparing applications for the many fellowships offered by the … Continue reading

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A Week without Internet

By Alex Levin I am writing this post from the math department computer lab, where I have spent the past hour catching up on email and web surfing. You see, I moved to a new place last week, and though … Continue reading

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WolframAlpha

Guest post by Brennon of CampusBookRentals.com Stephen Wolfram is one of the most famous and innovative Mathematicians of our time. In February, he gave a presentation for the TED Awards about “Computing a theory of everything,” where he discussed his … Continue reading

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Tools To Simplify The Application Process

By Derek Smith I have spent the past few months focused on two projects: applying for graduate fellowships and wrapping up loose ends at my job as a software developer. I’d like to share some of the details of my … Continue reading

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