Part I: The Critical Study of Ethics in Mathematics
The Mathematics of Gerrymandering and the Supreme Court
Science, Data, and Evidence-Based Public Policy
To Boldly Go …
Is Math Really Beautiful?
Mathematics: A Critical Tool for Understanding the Oceans
How a Fields Medal Led to a Mathematical Roller-coaster Journey
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21st Century Math: The Movie
Calculation Was the Price We Used to Have to Pay to do Mathematics
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How Today’s Pros Solve Math Problems: Part III
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How Today’s Pros Solve Math Problems: Part II
How Today’s Pros Solve Math Problems: Part 1