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Tag Archives: Notices
Hello and welcome to the October AMS Notices Spotlight. As we are now into the swing of the busyness of the semester it is sometimes nice to take a break and think about math not related to our classes. With … Continue reading
Hello and welcome to the September AMS Notices Spotlight. Since the last spotlight, many of you have started a new school year and if you haven’t started yet you are getting ready to start very soon. With that in mind, … Continue reading
As a grad student, life can be hectic—with classes, homework, teaching responsibilities and more—so taking the time out of an already busy schedule to read the AMS Notices “cover to cover” is not always something that seems easily attainable. In … Continue reading
by Kareem Carr There is a great article by Katherine Ott in the Notices this month about attending conferences. I will just quote the first paragraph: Like many mathematicians, I occasionally miss class in order to attend a research conference. … Continue reading