Monthly Archives: June 2012

Function Association

Today I began assisting and sitting in on a one-week Advanced Placement Summer Institute at Western Kentucky University. I am helping in the beginning and experienced Calculus AB teachers’  workshop led by Benita Albert from Oak Ridge in Tennessee. Even … Continue reading

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Travel Grants for Graduate Students

The American Mathematical Society, with support from a private gift, is now accepting applications for travel grants to provide partial support to graduate students in order to attend one of the Fall 2012 AMS Sectional Meetings. All full time graduate students in the … Continue reading

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2013 JMM

I have just found out some exciting news. The AMS Graduate Student Blog will have an exhibit space at the 2013 Joint Math Meetings in San Diego, CA. Make sure you stop by and meet our editors. A huge thank … Continue reading

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Math Art

A reader (Robert Langton) suggested It has a lot of beautiful paintings displayed on it. Many of them are math oriented. The artist’s bio is: Oliver Šin is a Hungarian artist based in Budapest. His influences come from street art, underground … Continue reading

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What’s in a name?

There are phrases that one very often sees and may fall in the habit of using without necessarily spending some time to question them. I am sure to try to do that for all words we use would be unbearable … Continue reading

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