May 27, 2020: We need each other more than ever right now. How can math help us stay connected and whole during challenging times? What does ‘performing change’ look like?
In this roundtable, David Eisenbud and Kirsten Bohl from the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) joined 2021 National Math Festival presenters to share stories of change, encouragement, and exploration, including:
- Rhys Thomas of Science Circus & JuggleMania (4:29)
- Professor Lyrical, aka Dr. Peter Plourde of UDC Mathematics / Faculty Development, with special guest, 7-year-old mathematician Henry (17:07)
- LaMar "Mr. Q-U-E" Queen, Artist and Co-Founder, Music Notes LLC (33:20)
The National Math Festival takes place April 17-18, 2021 in Washington, DC and around the U.S.. The Festival is organized by the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (msri.org), in cooperation with the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) and the National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath).
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