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St. Olaf College
Some of my fondest memories, mathematical or otherwise,
have been wondering around in the snow, trying to find a way to tackle a homework program.
Living in a foreign country sucks , but you won’t regret it.
Texas A&M University
One of the most constantly insane semesters of my life !
Northern Arizona University
It was good to experience a different mathematical culture. I took a variety of courses in areas I wouldn’t have had an opportunity to see elsewhere and I’m glad for it.
Commutative and homological algebra was intense. Got to learn some Russian, and to see Moscow and Kiev. Glad I came.
University of British Columbia
It was my first experience living in a foreign country for such a long period of time, and I’m glad I did it. The teaching was excellent and I learned some
challenging, but interesting things. I feel more motivated to learn math when I am back home.
Moscow and the surrounding areas are beautiful and have a lot of character.
Hopefully I will have another opportunity to visit.