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Tag Archives: Undergraduate research
I wrote last semester about my low-grade terror over teaching our senior seminar, which happens to be our math history class. This semester I’m teaching its continuation, which is a one-credit class facilitating their math history research project. Which has … Continue reading
We’re already back to school here at Hood, but I wanted to take a minute to reflect on my summer undergraduate research experience. Overall it was very positive. My students met all the goals I had for them, got to … Continue reading
Summer is in full swing, and so are my first undergraduate researchers. Two of my calculus students from last year are working with me on a neat little project that’s funded through my school. I’ve never coordinated undergraduate research before, … Continue reading