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Miriam Herman

Miriam Herman is pursuing her MA/PhD in Mathematics at Yeshiva University. Her research interests are in analytic topology, abstract algebra, and Jewish law. She is a self described “creative problem solver,” with several years experience as a software engineer. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Yeshiva University in 2014, with degrees in both Mathematics and Judaic Studies, and began work as a senior developer at a hedge fund in Miami. She currently serves as Instructor of Computer Science at Stern College, where she developed a modular computer science curriculum titled “Write for a Living." Miriam will be directing an undergraduate summer research program in Summer 2017, in collaboration with the Stern College Physics, Computer Science, and Mathematics departments. She is the founding president of Jewish Women Can, a movement by Jewish women, for Jewish women, that focuses on Jewish women’s educational empowerment. JWC seeks to empower women to code, count, and create. 

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Sunday, March 19
 

15:00