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29 Great Catholic Mathematicians You Should Know | Mathematics - National Catholic Register

 “It seems to me almost incredible,” said Pope Benedict XVI in 2006, “that an invention of the human mind and the structure of the universe […]

What an Actuary Does and How to Become One | Education - U.S. News & World Report

Actuarial science involves assessing financial risk and requires mathematical ability, experts say. Actuaries help to ensure that there are sufficient financial safety nets to guard […]

What Is Actuarial Science? (+Exams, Jobs, and Salaries) | G2

When it comes to choosing a career, it’s always important to determine a path you already love, inform Mara Calvello, Content Marketing Manager at G2. […]

Meet Kathleen Lonsdale, the physicist and prison reformer who cracked benzene’s code | Science Heroes - Massive Science

Josseline Ramos-Figueroa, PhD Student in Chemistry observes, Lonsdale assembled her own X-ray crystallography laboratory from scratch to solve a century-old mystery. A pamphlet written by […]

What Can You Do With A Master In Business Analytics? | FinTech - BusinessBecause

Considering a Master’s in Business Analytics? Here are five paths you could take when you graduate by Imogen Brighty Potts, Editorial Assistant. Business Analytics Masters […]

Yukonomist: The future of education in the North | Opinion - Yukon News

Keith Halliday, Yukon economist and author of the MacBride Museum’s Aurore of the Yukon series of historical children’s adventure novels observes, The pandemic has unleashed […]

A Love of Lifelong Learning | Faculty & Staff - News - University of Denver

Photo: Paula Adamo DU faculty member Paula Adamo claims her PhD at graduation this week by Nicole (Krasavage) Militello, Senior Media Relations Specialist at University […]

3 Steps to Speak Up with Confidence at Work | Career success tips - LinkedIn Learning Blog

Speaking up when in spaces where we feel uncomfortable is often one of those less recognized huge efforts in life, summarizes Rachel Parnes, Senior Marketing […]

Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People » Jo Boaler: Math Evangelist, Author, and Stanford Professor | Remarkable People - Guy Kawasaki

Dr. Jo Boaler is an evangelist. Evangelism comes from a Greek word meaning “bringing the good news.” The good news that she brings is that […]

Statistical Moments in Data Science interviews | Statistics - Medium

The article is organized into two parts:I. Math RefresherII. Questions from data science interviews related to the topic Essential math for Data Scientists explained from […]

The Flying Man, Aristotle and the Philosophers of the Golden Age of Islam: What is their relevance today? | Book Club - The New Arab

Book Club: Professor Akbar Ahmed invites us to survey the ideas of some of the great Muslim, Christian and Jewish philosophers from a remarkable period of […]

The Most Irrational Number | Future Tense - Slate Magazine

Future Tense is a partnership of Slate, New America, and Arizona State University that examines emerging technologies, public policy, and society.  This article is adapted […]

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