Today I have something wonderful for budding mathematicians: directed readings. Recently at my university I became a member of the mathematics department's directed reading program (DRP). The DRP is semester based and it pairs an undergraduate student (mentee) with a graduate student (mentor). The pair decides on a mathematical topic to pursue, specifically a reading… Continue reading Directed Reading Programs

## Presentation: DRP Fall 2019

Hi again! This is the start of a series where I will post written versions of my presentations. The material below is a presentation I gave at the start of February in 2019 about the abelianness of groups of order $latex p^{2}$ using representations. In late 2018 I became involved in my mathematics department's directed… Continue reading Presentation: DRP Fall 2019

## An Introduction

Hello, and thanks for stopping in! This is The Modular Perspective: a blog about mathematics. Roll Credits... Just kidding! That wouldn't be much of an introduction now would it? I suppose, in the same light as presenting mathematics, I should give you motivation as to what this blog is about. In my early undergraduate career I… Continue reading An Introduction