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- Teaching a large Calculus I class – lessons learned February 7, 2014Last semester I taught a large section of Calculus I. There were 124 students in the class. Teaching a large class is not for everyone, but if you are so inclined, it can be a rewarding experience provided you pay … Continue reading →Sandra Kingan
- Is RSA Safe? August 26, 2013There has been some talk in the news recently that the security provided by the RSA encryption algorithm isn’t as secure as it used to be. RSA is an acronym standing for Rivest, Shamir, and Adleman, the individuals who designed … Continue reading →Hunter Johnson
- Jewish Mathematicians in Germany August 12, 2013A year or so ago I stumbled across Reuben Hersh’s “Under-represented Then Over-represented: A Memoir of Jews in American Mathematics” in the pages of a recent Best Writing on Mathematics volume. That article describes the arc of Jewish mathematical history … Continue reading →Hunter Johnson
- Teaching a large Calculus I class – lessons learned February 7, 2014