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I got an email a few days ago telling me that my MathJobs account will be deleted in a month after nearly two years of inactivity. The 4 years I spent on the job market have given me a Pavlovian … Continue reading →
By A.K. Whitney, journalist. In 2009, Whitney went back to school to find out, once and for all, if journalists really are as bad at math as they fear they are; her blog about the experience, Mathochism, runs on Medium three days a week. … Continue reading →
In this Survey of previous blog and wiki posts on Relation Theory, relations are viewed from the perspective of combinatorics, in other words, as a topic in discrete mathematics, with special attention to finite structures and concrete set-theoretic constructions, many … Continue reading →
image by Alberto G.. CC BY 2.0 Almost all American colleges used to require standardized test scores from the SAT or ACT. The scores are meant to assess student ability across many educational experiences, public and private schools alike. But the test scores have been criticized as being biased. There are large gaps in scores … Continue reading Why have 850 colleges made the SAT/ACT optional for admission? Game Theory Tuesdays