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Monthly Archives: March 2013
PAESMEM is now inviting nominations for its next round of awards; nominations are due June 5, 2013. PAESMEM stands for PRESIDENTIAL AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE IN SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS & ENGINEERING MENTORING, and it’s widely regarded as the nation’s highest mentoring award. … Continue reading
I have visited some mathematics departments that offer “teaching postdoc” positions. Clearly, this is a 2-3 year position that involves more teaching than a ‘standard’ postdoc. So, what exactly are these teaching postdocs positions and what are their benefits? The … Continue reading
Have you ever attended a conference focused on preparing for careers in the mathematical sciences? Have you ever considered organizing such a conference? A group of friends and I co-organized such a conference recently, and I’m writing to share some … Continue reading