Monthly Archives: January 2014

Top 6 Resumé Tips

The Joint Mathematics Meetings feature many interesting talks and panel discussions. JMM 2014 in Baltimore, Maryland was no exception. One of the panel discussions I attended was “What experiences matter on your resumé?” This panel featured a mix of representatives … Continue reading

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Mathematical Card Game

At the Joint Meetings, I have been able to meet many interesting people, including freelance author, Dana Mackenzie. If you look at his webpage, you can see that he has written lots of math related articles and books. One particularly … Continue reading

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Personal Scheduler – JMM 2014

Are you planning to attend the Joint Math Meetings in Baltimore January 15 – January 18? Planning your schedule can be quite tricky. Luckily, the JMM website has a personal scheduler available to help make the process easier. Check out http://jointmathematicsmeetings.org/meetings/national/jmm2014/2160_scheduler to … Continue reading

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Advice for the Young Scientist – John Baez

John Baez is an American mathematical physicist and a professor of mathematics at the University of California, Riverside (UCR) in Riverside, California. He is known for his work on spin foams in loop quantum gravity.More recently, his research has focused on applications of higher categories to physics and other things. Occasionally, I read some advice from him … Continue reading

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