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Towards Embracing Diverse Mathematical Communities
As graduate students, we interact with a wide variety of people: local communities, students, peers, and professors. Within these interactions, there is great diversity: different backgrounds, experiences, and cultures. I believe this is something that makes our mathematical community vibrant … Continue reading
Hey There, Grad Student, You’re in Good Company – Part 1
By TaiDanae Bradley A while ago at my blog Math3ma, I wrote a post in response to a great Slate article reminding us that math – like writing – isn’t something that anyone is good at without (at least a little!) effort. As the article’s … Continue reading
Posted in Advice, Grad School, Uncategorized
Tagged diversity, Indian Mathematics, math history, Movie, Ramanujan
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Matrices and MLK Day
When I learned how to multiply matrices in 10th grade, my initial reaction was, “Why on earth would anyone ever want to do that?” Compared to addition and subtraction, the rules of matrix multiplication seemed arbitrary and meaningless. Alas, this … Continue reading
Looking At The Prism
We are almost there! I imagine most of you reading this are beginning to see light at the end of tunnel that is winter break. If you are like me this also means you are ridiculously busy with all the … Continue reading
Posted in Diversity, Interview, Interviews, Jobs, Math, Mathematics in Society, Publishing, Teaching, Uncategorized
Tagged Academia, Bias, diversity, Gender, Gender Bias, Math, Teaching Evaluations
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CHATing Our Way to a Better Community
Back in May, Alexander Diaz wrote about diversity in the mathematical community and gave some great advice on how to foster a more diverse community. In our mathematics department at CU, we are taking several steps toward that aim, and … Continue reading
Posted in Advice, Diversity, Mathematics in Society
Tagged diversity, graduate students
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