Our paper Comparing demographics of signatories to public letters on diversity in the mathematical sciences was covered in Science.

My team’s work on assessing diversity of artists in major U.S. museums has been covered or mentioned in the national and international press and on social media at: a-n Artists Information Company, Agencia SINC (Spain)Art Activist BarbieArt Critique, Artnet, Arts JournalArtsy, Berkshire Eagle, BeBeez (Italy), Cosmos Magazine (Australia), DCist, El Plural (Spain)EurekAlert, Frieze (UK), The Guardian (UK), HyperallergicHigh Snobiety, It’s Nice That (UK)the Kojo Nnamdi Show, La Sexta (Spain)Marabou at the MuseumMinnesota Public RadioMIT Technology Review, Mother JonesNonprofit Quarterly, m/Oppenheim.TVNational Museum of Women in the Arts, New College News, NewswisePacific, Publico (Portugal), San Francisco Chronicle, Sanatatak (Turkey), Scientific American (Arabic edition)Smithsonian Magazine, Washington Post.

Williams College put out a nice press release about my 2018 National Science Foundation grant. [10/25/2018]

Here’s a piece from Williams College featuring my locust research. [8/01/2018]

My work with Shilad Sen on gender representation was recently covered in The AtlanticSIAM News, and the Indian business news outlet Mint. [11/12/2016, 7/27/2017]

Amelia McNamara says embarrassingly nice things about me in the American Statistical Association news. [10/13/2016]

Here I am as part of a series Macalester is producing called MacTalks. In this brief ten minute talk, I discuss how the idea of community plays a role in my research and teaching. [10/16/2014]

I played a very small roll in a very big and amazing art project on swarms done by the incomparable Karina Li. [8/5/2014]

Here’s the announcement of the 2014 installment of my online summer course Calculus: A Modeling Approach. You can read more about the course here. [2/21/2014]

Here is a web feature on students who took my First Year Course in 2010 and in 2013 did research with me and published a paper. [1/9/2014]

The Macalester Weekly wrote a story about my online applied calculus course. [10/18/2013]

Andy Bernoff and I have won the 2013 Outstanding Paper Prize from the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) for some of our joint work. Our same paper also won a SIAM/SIGEST award. See this press release and this SIAM News story. [4/18/2013, 4/11/2013, 613/2013, 10/1/2013]

The Associated Colleges of the Midwest wrote a nice story about my online applied calculus course. [3/1/2013]

I’m featured in a Star-Tribune story that discusses Macalester’s foray into online courses, via the Associated Colleges of the Midwest. [12/6/2012]

Here is a web feature about my use of the flipped classroom teaching model. [9/11/2012]

I’ve been invited to speak at the National Academy of Science’s Kavli Frontiers in Science meeting in October 2012. See this press release for details. [9/1/2012]

Macalester has been ranked as one of the “New Ivies,” the “top 10 schools that are the next generation of excellence.” [8/31/2012]

Students in my math modeling class worked for the Minnesota Court of Appeals. [5/8/2012]

Macalester is a top-25 nationally ranked liberal arts college. [4/30/2012]

Macalester has the 12th best undergraduate teaching amongst all liberal arts colleges. [4/30/2012]

Macalester ranks #1 among peers institutions for per capita National Science Foundation grants. [12/10/2010]

I teach an unusual first year seminar. [10/4/2010]

Here is a web feature on research in my group. [9/1/2010]

Macalester describes my new NSF Grant in this press release. [7/1/2010]

Enjoy this great profile of research group member Amelia McNamara. [7/1/2010]

My swarming work with Andrea Bertozzi is mentioned in SIAM News. [11/1/2009]

Andy Johnson’s work on motion tracking of pea aphids is featured in Macalester Now. [2009]

The XMAC lab is featured in Macalester’s alumni magazine. [11/15/2008]

My pedagogical use of blogging is mentioned UCLA’s newspaper. [1/19/2006]