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  • Updated on June 14, 2021
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#AceinSTEM Asexuality in Mathematics

Well, I’m sure by now that you realize that June is Pride month. It is a month-long celebration of our identities. A time when we parade them for the world to recognize our long history and how beautiful it dang is to be Queer! So, I want to join my LGTBQIA+ fam and talk about my identity and how I understand it as a forty-year-old. I may or may not have some fun insights to share. 

  • Updated on June 7, 2021
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Resources on Alan Turing #Pride2021

Alan Turing was many things. The father of modern computing. A visionary on the future of AI. A Cambridge mathematician. A Word War II hero. He was also a gay man who was unfairly punished under the laws of the time. A victim of injustice. Who may have taken his life as a result.

This is the month to remember his legacy as we celebrate what it means to be Queer.

  • Updated on June 4, 2021
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It’s National Mathematics Day in India

Today is a special day of the India yearly calendar. It marks the celebration of mathematics in that country. It also marks the anniversary of the birth of Srinivasa Ramanujan.

  • Updated on June 4, 2021
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7 Improved Mathematical Cross Stitch Patterns

My cross stitch designs started with 15 mathematical pieces published on April 1st, no joke. They were a stockpile of bookmarks that came from my imagination. A way to celebrate maths through one of my favorite hobbies. I’ve used these designs effectively in my mathematics advocacy work.

  • Updated on June 4, 2021
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Making a Commitment to Myself

Have you had a bad breakup in your past? I don’t think we ever go through life without at least one. It could be a partner or it could be a friend. In those moments, I try not to blame anyone or focus on things that went wrong. That stuff just leads to anxiety or self-doubt. It is easy to find some reason to beat up yourself. I am not saying that I can do this but I try to focus on things that I can change to prepare for the next relationship.