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AMS Graduate Student Blog

http://mathgradblog.williams.edu/

The American Mathematical Society's blog, which is made by and for math grad students, has contributors from several different universities. Readers can learn about teaching methods, campus interviews and even math t-shirts.


Adventures of a Grad Student

http://www.supertran.net/

The happenings of this math PhD contender are incalculably readable. He also branches out to write thoughts on movie reviews, capoeira, and more.

Drink Stone RuinTen IPA
by Timothy Tran about 2 years ago
Drink Maui Brewing CoCoNut PorTeR
by Timothy Tran about 2 years ago

Teaching College Math

http://teachingcollegemath.com/#

The blogger is a college math instructor who is attempting to share her knowledge with the blogging world. This is definitely an interesting site with some solid information.

What should K-12 teachers be learning about technology?
by busynessgirl about 2 years ago
The Road Back to Higher Education
by busynessgirl about 2 years ago

Natural Blogorithms

http://blog.drscottfranklin.net/

Natural Blogorithms comes from a Christian mathematician and a Bioinformaticist. His posts offer insight into questions and answering of real life oriented equations.

It’s okay to feel inferior
by SplineGuy over 2 years ago
My First Program from 1987
by SplineGuy over 2 years ago

A Level Mathematics Resource Site

http://www.a-levelmaths.com

A place which hosts personally written summaries, solved problem sets and examination advice, all made freely available to the A level Math student.