Monthly Archives: March 2017

Talking Math Life with Christelle Vincent (now for something slightly different, part I)

Readers, I realize that you may be tired of hearing about my life.  I mean, PhD+Epsilon is about early-career mathematical life, but when I write, it’s usually about my life/career, which is only one of many options. Thus, this week … Continue reading

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Growing Roots

  I don’t have much to say about math at the moment. Classes are proceeding. Papers are too. Committee work has continued to intensify. Hiring for two positions has taken an enormous amount of time and energy from the whole department. … Continue reading

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Math Train: 64 Hours of Amtrak and AMS Southeastern Spring Sectional

This blog comes to you from near the end of an epic train trip to/from an excellent AMS Southeastern Spring Sectional Meeting at the College of Charleston. Train time is not a novelty to me—I spend a lot of time … Continue reading

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