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Category Archives: Conferences
How we communicate mathematics is an essential part of making mathematics accessible. You’ve probably experienced communicating with peers and faculty in your area of specialization, taught a few math courses, or even been involved in outreach activities with younger students. … Continue reading
The start of the new year comes with the hustle and bustle of thousands of mathematicians converging this week on the city of Atlanta for the 2017 Joint Mathematics Meetings. With so many talks, panels, poster sessions, exhibits, and other engagements, deciding … Continue reading
As much as we might want summer to last forever, the Fall semester will be upon us before we know it! Luckily, with it comes a new batch of fantastic math networking opportunities at the four upcoming AMS Sectional Meetings: … Continue reading
The Joint Mathematics Meetings are being held this week in Seattle! In the most recent blog post, Derek gave advice on how to navigate the JMM when you are on the job market and/or presenting your own research. Here in this complementary post, … Continue reading
(Read Part II here.) With the Joint Meetings approaching this installment will primarily provide tips on “how to conference”.