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Teaching Celebrating Marion Walter—And Other Unsung Female Mathematicians

Celebrating Marion Walter—And Other Unsung Female Mathematicians

When I was teaching mathematics in the 90s, before the internet, I had a book of “women mathematicians.” This was helpful for sharing inspirational stories with my middle school students. Unfortunately, there were just six women in this short book. These days, we have the internet—and more stories about women in mathematics. 

Jennifer Ruef, Assistant Professor of Education Studies, University of Oregon
The Conversation


What lessons can be learned from a female mathematician?


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