Monthly Archives: June 2013

Don’t get involved in outreach! … yet

Many of us are passionate about issues that affect our communities. For example, some of us care deeply about increasing the representation of  minority groups in research mathematics. Others have similar interest in increasing the representation of women in academia. … Continue reading

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Linear Algebra and Pedagogy; Academic Fairness and Critical Theory

Academic fairness is crucial in our struggle to broaden participation in mathematics. We will be well served to learn from adjacent disciplines, such as critical theory, as we think carefully about who does mathematics and why. Who is a “minority” … Continue reading

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