Category Archives: Communicating Math

No more syllabi: how do questions define work tasks?

Once we recycle our school notebooks and leave our classroom behind, there are no more rubrics. There is rarely a syllabus or a well-written assignment. Instead we are met with vague requests and requirements which grow over time. Scope-creep it … Continue reading

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Transitioning from Academia: A Recommendation

Fabulous article summarizing Dr Karoline Pershell’s career lessons moving from a PhD in Mathematics into a non-linear path to a meaningful career. Continue reading

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Police Transparency

There is surprisingly little published information on police activities or data analysis on their actions by outside sources. At the time of this writing, fivethirtyeight has only published 2 articles in all of 2020 with analysis police actions. Almost nothing … Continue reading

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