As you may know, I've been teaching a web programming course this year. I wrote previously about the work we did at the beginning of the year making interactive websites using the Meteor framework. Since then, we've spent time exploring … Continue reading →
The Rubik's Cube World Record Now Stands At 5.253 Seconds: Chris Mills:World-record Rubik’s cube solving happens obscenely quickly, but you can barely even count the moves in Collin Burns’s record-setting 5.253-second run.
The American Academy of Arts and Sciences has elected 197 new fellows and 16 foreign honorary members for 2015. Following are the new fellows whose work involves the mathematical sciences.
László Babai, University of Chicago; Gérard Ben Arous, New York University; Björn Engquist, University of Texas at Austin; Igor B. Frenkel, Yale University; William P. Minicozzi II, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Jill Pipher, Brown University; and Roger M. Temam, Indiana
A conjecture about faculty behavior “Dr. Kibzwang” source Colin Potts is Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education at Georgia Tech. His job includes being a member of the President’s Cabinet—our president, not the real one—and he is charged with academic policies and changes to such policies. He is also a College of Computing colleague and fellow […]
Last week I told the monsters I was doing a professional development to be a better teacher. Many of them kindly responded with, “But you’re already good, Ms. Schwartz” and other similar sentiments. When I quickly replied, “I know.” A bunch of them groaned or made noises to imply that I was bragging. I tried … Continue reading Tell me something you’re good at. →