Grad School, Tips

4.5 Ways to “Keep Calm And __[incert anything]”

How to manage grad school, a part-time job (or jobS), a relationship (or a family) and not to go crazy? If you've been to grad school for over 6 month you have probably figured out that it's a rhetorical question. However, we c an always brainstorm strategies to "Keep calm and ______". The next question… Continue reading 4.5 Ways to “Keep Calm And __[incert anything]”

Grad School, Tips

Assorted Stereotypes About Grads

Some people perceive millennials as a generation of spoiled coffee-drinking infantile youngsters with hyper-extended childhood who take about 30 years to 'find themselves' only to find themselves working as baristas while pretending to be engaged in 'vaguely creative activities'.   Misconceptions about graduate students, especially the ones in humanities go even further. Just for laughs - here… Continue reading Assorted Stereotypes About Grads

Grad School, Research, Uncategorized

Canadian Mathematical Society Winter Meeting 2016 – Niagara!

This weekend was really mathematical for me! I went to Canadian Mathematical Society Annual Winter Meeting! This year it was held in Niagara falls. We didn't get to see the falls and the fire alarm nearly chased us out of the conference halls, but overall the trip was incredibly productive and fun. I also met… Continue reading Canadian Mathematical Society Winter Meeting 2016 – Niagara!

Math, Outreach

Canada Math Camp 2014

Last week I had a pleasure of being a camp coordinator of Canada Math Camp! Working at a camp is always intense but very exciting.  Although it can be tiring at times, I can't wait to do it all over again already! Canada Math Camp is for students who achieved high scores at the Canada… Continue reading Canada Math Camp 2014