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Monthly Archives: January 2016
This fall I helped some students organize the Villanova Student Chapter of the Association for Women in Mathematics (VSCAWM). While we currently have the worst acronym ever, the group is going really well. I decided to start a student chapter … Continue reading
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Lest ye be judged: Student Evaluations
My semester plan tells me I need to read my student evaluations this week. They were just released to us a couple weeks ago, so it’s not like I’ve been sitting on these since mid-December, but this is still the … Continue reading
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Hello from Seattle!
Just a quick post to let you know that I won’t be (really) posting to PhD + epsilon this week–I’m in Seattle at the Joint Math Meetings and I will be writing for the AMS Joint Math Meetings Blog. It’s … Continue reading
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