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Extra! Extra! Read all about it!
Why did the undergraduates cross the road? Extra credit.
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Mine are still greater
As many of you know, I am currently on pre-tenure leave. I spent the Fall in Paris doing research at Jussieu (thanks in large part to the AWM mentoring travel grant), and I’m currently stationed at the University of Texas … Continue reading
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A few weeks ago, there was an entry of the CNN medical blog, The Chart, which talked about a recent psychological study related to math anxiety. In this study, researchers wanted to investigate through the use of MRI which areas … Continue reading
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