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Rings first Abstract Algebra? Yes. Three and a half weeks? Yes. Recovery? In progress.

You may (or may not) have noticed that I have been totally absent from PhD Plus Epsilon for the last 6 weeks. If saw my office right now, you’d definitely notice that it looks like someone ransacked the place and … Continue reading

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Block Plan Round 1: Linear Algebra in 3.5 Weeks Flat

Four weeks since the start of fall semester, and I just submitted final grades. How is this possible? For those of you who didn’t catch my update earlier this month, I just started a new position at Colorado College, which … Continue reading

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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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