Postdoc Scholar Ranthony Edmonds, encourages K-12 students in Mathematical pursuits via Black history month
Ranthony Edmonds and her research team host workshops for K-12 Columbus students to encourage interest in mathematics via hands on problem solving and informative history about Black mathematicians.
Dr. Edmonds’ research includes ring theory, applied algebraic topology, data science, and math education. As part of the latter, she has published a comprehensive study of Black mathematicians at Ohio State. This is the first comprehensive study of its kind at a single US institution.
She and her team have taken this information to local schools to encourage and inform students to pursue Math. Read the full Dispatch article: https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/careersandeducation/meet-an-ohio-state-researcher-introducing-students-to-black-mathematicians-through-history/ar-AA18srrR?ocid=entnewsntp&cvid=f3e3d21369c94317ac043b96b5068004&ei=11
For more information about Ranthony’s research: http://www.ranthonyedmonds.com/