Author Archives: Richard Wong

Ideas and Strategies for TAing Inclusively and Equitably Online

This blog post is based on a talk that I gave at the Inequity in STEM seminar at UT Austin.  The key ideas come from this Center for Organizational Responsibility and Advancement webinar, led by Dr. Frank Harris III and … Continue reading

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Teaching in the Time of Coronavirus, Part I

Hi all, 2020 has been a complicated year so far, and things are only going to get more complicated as the COVID-19 pandemic. I’ve been thinking a lot about teaching recently, (as I’m the instructor for a class of undergrad … Continue reading

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Have questions about applying to grad school? Check out the Grad School Panel on reddit.com/r/math!

Hi all, This week I’m here to tell you about an unlikely mathematical community that you might be interested in, particularly if you’re interested in applying to grad school, or if you’re a grad student wondering about life after grad … Continue reading

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Keeping up with the Kardashian’s arXiv submissions – One quick tip to stay informed!

Howdy y’all, I’m Richard Wong –  a fifth year grad student working in homotopy theory at UT Austin, and I’m a new blog writer this year.  I’m excited to contribute to the grad blog, and share some of the tips … Continue reading

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