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Monthly Archives: May 2017
Hood College has been heavily involved in the MAA for years and years, and our whole department always attends – and sometimes runs chunks of – the section meetings. Thanks to Project NExT I’d at least heard a bit about what the … Continue reading
This is the second in a series of interviews with early-career mathematicians, with the goal of providing snapshots of a range of jobs and early-career experiences. I met Ken Monks (who goes by Kenneth M. Monks professionally) in graduate school … Continue reading
Topics in Core Mathematics sounds like the blandest possible math class. The course title is meant to convey the one important aspect of the class for many students: this class fulfills the core math requirement for the College of Liberal … Continue reading