Category Archives: blogging

Epsilon and Beyond

I started writing for PhD + Epsilon in 2014, when I was just starting my third (!) academic job (my double fabulous co-blogger, Sara Malec, started at the same time; we took it over from the extremely fantastic Adriana Salerno).  … Continue reading

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Call for PhD + epsilon Blog Co-Editor Applications

The AMS invites applications for a co-editor of this PhD + epsilon blog.  This blog’s editors are mathematical scientists who have completed their Ph.D. but not yet received tenure. They write about their experiences and challenges as early-career mathematicians, and … Continue reading

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Writer’s Blargh (prompts for student writing, prompted by my own writer’s block)

Sometimes I love writing. Sometimes I hate everything I write: mathematical, recreational, shopping lists—sometimes all the words I produce just seem icky. Writer’s block is not something that should matter in math life, right? It’s not adder-and-subtractor block! Alas, I … Continue reading

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