Author Archives: Beth Malmskog

Another First Day

Monday was the first day of classes for me, and also the first day of a new job.  This fall I started as an assistant professor at Colorado College, a liberal arts college of about 2000 students in Colorado Springs, … Continue reading

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Category Theory and Context: An Interview with Emily Riehl

Emily Riehl is an incredibly accomplished early-career mathematician, working at the interface of category theory and homotopy theory. She is also a stunning number of other things, including a creative interdisciplinary scholar, working musician, and high-level athlete. A brief career outline: she … Continue reading

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Bridges

One of my friends recently suggested that I write a blog about how to deal with the stress of going to conferences when you are an introvert. This is a great topic, and I am not the most outgoing person … Continue reading

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