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Discovering the Beauty of Science
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About the Authors
Christine Latulippe is Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education at Cal Poly Pomona; Joe Latulippe is Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Cal Poly Pomona. Since first meeting in an undergraduate multivariable calculus course, they have shared many mathematical adventures including being 2007-2008 Project NExT Fellows. To exercise the other half of their brains, the Latulippes enjoy painting, reading, and taking field trips.
Latulippe, Christine and Joe Latulippe, "Discovering the Beauty of Science," Loci (March 2010), DOI: 10.4169/loci003445
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