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New Graduate Student Section in Notices of the AMS
As stated by the AMS “The Notices is the world’s most widely read magazine aimed at professional mathematicians. … [it] is sent to the approximately 30,000 AMS members worldwide, onethird of whom reside outside the United States.” Frank Morgan, new … Continue reading
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On our path towards a more diverse mathematical community
As informed in an article published by the AMS [1], only 6% of mathematics PhD degrees conferred to U.S. citizens in 2013 were given to Hispanics, AfricanAmericans, AmericanIndians and Native Hawaiian (more specifically 51 out of 857). Of those 857, … Continue reading
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