Dr. Annie Raymond is an assistant professor at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst,Originally from Montreal, she studied math and music at MIT as an undergrad before pursuing a Ph.D. in mathematics at the Technische Universitaet in Berlin and a postdoc at the University of Washington. At any given moment, you will most likely find her thinking about extremal graph theory and sums of squares — perhaps while riding her bicycle or playing the piano — or reflecting on education in prisons, on how to increase diversity in STEM, and on how to bake the perfect sourdough. Don’t miss her Instagram profiles of modern mathematicians!
Suppose boys and girls in a school wish to date. Can we match-make so no couple breaks up? How does the math change for straight, gay and bi kids? In this talk, we’ll see math is a powerful matchmaker, and… Learn more →