Since 2015, I have blogged for the American Mathematical Society at PhD + Epsilon. Sara Malec of Hood College is also a contributor. A few of the posts:
- Category Theory and Context: An Interview with Emily Riehl
- Topics in Core Mathematics at Graterford Prison
- Thoughts on Traveling: Doing the Math on My Carbon Footprint and Work-Life Balance
- Saying Something
- A New Kind of Circle: Math Circle at Graterford Prison
- Getting Better
- Lecture-less Abstract Algebra and Foundations: Part I, Part II, and Part III
- Talking Math at Graterford Prison
- Lost in Space/Seminar
- Strike One for the PI
- Talking to the Experts
Girls’ Angle Bulletin!
I am very happy to have contributed two articles to the Girls’ Angle Bulletin, a publication for math-interested girls in grades K-12.
In grad school at Colorado State University, I was the research correspondent for the Rocky Mountain Collegian. Here are some links to articles as they appeared in the paper. I also wrote for the magazine at the University of Wyoming.
The Super Monday Buffet! was KRFC 88.9 FM Fort Collins‘ premier Monday afternoon music and call-in math puzzle show from 2008 through 2011. It was so famous, it even had its own myspace, including a blog where I posted playlists and summarized the week’s math puzzle. I eventually discontinued this when Spinitron made my playlists publicly accessible. I was also very involved with a fabulous live music program on the station, Live @ Lunch. My most recent radio venture was Math Mostly, a weekly math puzzle on WESU 881. FM Middletown. The puzzle was a segment on the Wesleyan student produced show Somewhat Science and featured Jed Rendleman as my excellent student co-host. The puzzles from my blog posts are mostly from the show. Here are a few links to some playlists from KRFC and a Live@Lunch podcast.
PS, this wasn’t radio, but I’ll just throw in a link to a Relatively Prime podcast, hosted and produced by Samuel Hansen, featuring me and several more accomplished math/media people talking about our approaches to communicating mathematics.