Mathematics under the Microscope recently posted the text of Gian-Carlo Rota‘s (1932-1999) talk “Ten Lessons I wish I had been taught” which dates back to Rotafest at MIT on April 20, 1996.
It contains great advice for new (and experienced) mathematics professors.
Posted in Math, Teaching | Tags: advice, Math, professional development, Rota
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