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Monthly Archives: July 2018
This fall I’ll be teaching a new prep: our senior capstone class on the history of math, featuring an intense research project. The course also counts as a Global Perspectives credit for our students, meaning the class should broaden our … Continue reading
In life on the job market and pre-tenure academia, it can seem that no math is worth doing unless it results in a paper, preferably a very fashionable and serious one. This can be a real soul crusher when the … Continue reading
I had my first-ever summer research students this year: sophomore Jerrell Cockerham and senior Zhaopeng Li worked together on a problem about row complete Latin squares, and senior Sam Kottler is working on a cool project in locally recoverable codes. … Continue reading