Author Archives: Jasmine Camero

About Jasmine Camero

Jasmine Camero is a Mexican-American second year Mathematics Ph.D. student at Emory University studying Algebraic Geometry. She earned her B.A. in Mathematics from California State University, Fullerton. Outside of math, Jasmine enjoys journaling, cooking and baking, and being active.

Making a Difference… One Math Department at a Time

There have been countless times that I have wondered to myself how I got here. By here, I mean: a first-generation woman of color navigating her way through a doctoral program in mathematics. As I reflect on my personal and … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Dr. Andrea Arauza Rivera

About five years ago when I was an undergraduate student at California State University, Fullerton, I had the opportunity to participate in an intensive summer program called Preparing Undergraduates through Mentoring towards Ph.D.’s (PUMP). PUMP is particularly aimed at minority … Continue reading

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2021-22 Graduate Student Blog Vision

Hello AMS Graduate Student Blog readers! I would first like to thank Caleb McWhorter and the previous writing team for their work and dedication to the success of the blog.  My name is Jasmine Camero and I am the new … Continue reading

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