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# Author Archives: Lucas Mason-Brown (Trinity College Dublin)

## MATHletes

Fostering an emphasis on quality maths education is important for a variety of reasons. Math literacy promotes analytical thinking. Math is the language of science. Math, taught properly, encourages creativity and synthetic “outside-the-box” thinking. An emphasis on math, as part … Continue reading

## Some Things I’ve Been Thinking About

When you think about it, math is pretty simple. I don’t mean to say that math is easy. “Simple,” rather, in a sort of ontological sense. Most of the basic formulas of mathematics are constructed from a remarkably small set … Continue reading

## Midyear Update

My time in Ireland has been valuable and constructive for so many different reasons. I have had the opportunity to explore Dublin, a vibrant and historic city, and to immerse myself in a new and foreign culture. There is something … Continue reading

## My Time So Far

Today marks the end of my first two months in Dublin. I am slowly adjusting to the unstructured life of a graduate student in mathematics. Although I am the only student in my program (a one year research degree in … Continue reading

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