Math in the Time of Corona
A blog in response to a global pandemic from an eternal optimist. Musings on emergency remote teaching (of mathematics), maintaining humanity, and building community in isolation.
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Mark was in full-on performance mode today. He presented his seminar to a responsive audience and ran a #LuxArt workshop. It’s lovely seeing him be himself (aka being Markish) and spreading his love of microbiology around the world. So proud of this man. And so happy to share in this experience with him. (I amContinue reading “July 1 Day 845: Markish”
I have absolutely no complaints about our adventures in the Netherlands. We are in Leiden because of connections that Mark has in science and Ariane Briegel and Dennis Claessen are taking fantastic care of us. We got to observe a PhD defense today (mostly in Dutch) in an old university building. The examination committee woreContinue reading “June 30 Day 844: This Is The Way to Travel”
You know you are in Amsterdam when you spot the canals, windmills, and bicycles. We finally made it! Just three days and one hour late but we are here. The hotel is lovely. The schedule has been rearranged. It is going to be a visit to remember. The title is an homage to a misrememberedContinue reading “June 28 Day 842: We All Went Down to Amster….”
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