Hello and welcome! The CUNYMath Blog is intended as a sounding board by and for the mathematics educators, researchers and graduate students at CUNY. Ours is a large community, but it can sometimes feel small — it’s easy to be isolated in your research area or your department, with little sense of the variety of interesting work being carried out and the common (and uncommon) challenges being faced by your colleagues around the five boroughs. We are here to write about and discuss the things we find important — mathematics, education, CUNY, New York City and so on. We welcome you into the conversation — leave us a comment, tell us what you think! Want to write something for us? See the section on “Becoming a Featured Author” below.

## About the Blog

This blog was formed out of a collaboration between the CUNYMath website (the blog’s home), and the Math Matters group here on the faculty commons. Many thanks to the members of both of these groups for their efforts to bring this blog to life! Special thanks to Mari Watanabe-Rose of Math Matters and Terrence Blackman of the CUNYMath committee for their support, to Matt Gold for welcoming us to the CUNY Academic Commons and to Scott Voth for technical assistance, to our inaugural authors and editorial team Hunter Johnson, Jonas Reitz and Mari Watanabe-Rose, and to Michael Carlisle for sharing his vision and setting the project in motion.

## Becoming a Featured Author

Our Featured Authors contribute one post per week over the course of their tenure, provoking and participating in the discussion that drives our community. Featured Authors rotate on a monthly basis, and there are a limited number of slots available. If you are interested in contributing or would like additional information please contact Mari Watanabe-Rose (Mari.Watanabe@mail.cuny.edu), Hunter Johnson (hujohnson@jjay.cuny.edu) or Jonas Reitz (jreitz@citytech.cuny.edu).

## Typing math

This blog supports the use of mathematical symbols and expressions in both the blog posts and in the comments. Simply enclose your LaTeX commands in `$latex... $`

tags. For example, typing this into a comment:

`$latex e^{i \pi} = -1$`

`should produce this output when the comment is published:`

More information about LaTeX support on the Commons can be found here.

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