Mathematicians are not always white and nerdy and male . . . but, for the others who dare to specialize in science and mathematics, there are many stereotypes that need to be busted. Written by Gioia De Cari, a former MIT student, the play "Truth Values" reveals a woman's experience as a student in a male-science environment. And the documentary film, "Picture a Scientist" describes the unequal treatment -- and payment -- of female professors.
While you are seeking ways to view Truth Values and Picture a Scientist perhaps you will want to write down some of your own views; while you are gathering your thoughts, here are three of my syllable-square stanzas about women in math to reflect on.
|Syllable-square thoughts about Math Women|