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1media/natebrown.jpg2020-08-21T11:09:13-07:00Emily Stenbergd6a6bb12fd4bf8d4cfa2693e85dd60fabe37afe53769011The Math People Mythplain2020-09-03T11:51:57-07:00Emily Stenbergd6a6bb12fd4bf8d4cfa2693e85dd60fabe37afe5
The Math People Myth
What defines someone as a “math person” and why? In his talk, Nate Brown, a Professor of Mathematics, and PI of the STEM Diversity Lab, explores stereotypes surrounding the “math people myth,” and how it impacts students and teachers.
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12020-08-21T11:05:45-07:00The Math People Myth | Nate Brown | TEDxPSU1Professor of Mathematics, Researcher in Theoretical Mathematics, Principal Investigator of STEM Diversity Lab This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local communityplain2020-08-21T11:05:45-07:00YouTube2020-02-24T19:31:43ZuJsHoS01pPgTEDx Talks