Gender Roles, Competition and Mathematics

Laylaa Motala discusses how societal pressure regarding gender roles eventually led her to being competitive in her studies. She also tells of her journey of turning that into something positive.…

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Your marks should not define who you are

Michelle Namachemo writes about the ongoing battle between operating within an education system that values marks and other external measures, and not letting those external measures define one's worth as a human being.

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Competition and Collaboration in Mathematics: A Case Study

Jacques Rabie makes the case for collaboration in Mathematics by comparing the approaches of two mathematicians, 16th century Niccolo Fontana and 20th century Paul Erdős, and looking at the impact each one's approach made on the progress of Mathematics.

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