Monthly Archives: March 2015

A random walk through women’s (math) history

Today is the last day of Women’s History Month. I thought this would be as good a time as any to share some (maybe random) thoughts I’ve had on the topic in the past month.

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Graders, anonymous

In the last few weeks, I have been driven, from different sources, to think about potential biases in grading. From what can we do to prevent bias in our grading, to protect ourselves from bias accusations, these ideas have been … Continue reading

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To serve man

Most of my posts are about teaching and research, the two big things we do as faculty members. But there is a third, often bemoaned task, that of service to the college and the profession. ┬áIn this post, I will … Continue reading

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