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Class of Spring 2016

Math and Sciences

Field: Applied Math (Statistics)
Interviewee: Lisha Li, GSI of Stat 134

Model: On the logarithimic calculus and Sidorenko’s conjecture

Math is extremely interdisciplinary –it has many connections to the social sciences (such as philosophy) that many people would not think of at first glance. Since math is so logic-based, everything is an argument; for something like math, you have to prove that what you’re doing can be applied again to different situations and that the correct methodology is being used. Also, even if there currently aren’t any current real-world applications for what you’re doing, it’s almost always necessary to come up with some possible ones especially when applying for grants. When writing math papers, you have to be especially aware of the order that ideas are presented in.

Fall 2015

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Argument at UC Berkeley provides content-rich tips, explanations, and strategies in composing effective arguments. However, our expertise doesn’t stop there; we can help you in your next paper.

We offer step-by-step descriptions of effective writing in various disciplines. From Philosophy to Economics, these descriptions are in-depth insights to writing in that particular discipline. We have it all here: argumentative strategies, what your professors expect, and even successful paper examples. Argument at UC Berkeley is your one-stop argument solution.

Want to learn more, do more, or publish your own written arguments?  Enroll in College Writing 106 and help the site grow! Brought to you by College Writing 106, Intermediate Composition: Argument in the Disciplines.

For more information, contact Dr. Carolyn Hill at chill4@berkeley.edu.