A Random Walk: Stumbling across Connections

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Ideas in statistics, probability, stochastic processes, and algebra follow the steps of a wandering professor.

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NICHOLAS H. WASSERMAN, wasserman@tc.columbia.edu, teaches graduate mathematics and education courses as an assistant professor of mathematics education at Teachers College, Columbia University, in New York City. He is interested in the development of teachers' mathematical knowledge and enjoys finding ways to leverage interesting problems to convey and connect mathematical ideas.

(Corresponding author is Wasserman wasserman@tc.columbia.edu)
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