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stories

Math needs more stories. All kinds of stories: about where ideas come from and what they mean; about the people who do math–how, why, and where they came from; about the beautiful and messed up parts of the community, and … Continue reading

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Math-tivism

Mathematicians have a super power: problem-solving. This power must be good for more than wowing our students with trig substitution. Lately I have run into some inspiring examples of mathematicians working to help address some bigger problems in the larger … Continue reading

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Is Anybody Going to San Antone?

So here I am again, getting ready for another installment of the Joint Math Meetings. It promises to be as exciting and busy as always, with lots of great invited addresses and special sessions to attend. As in years past, … Continue reading

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