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Topic - Glen Whitney
Glen Whitney, a former hedge-fund quantitative analyst, is betting he can change the idea that mathematics is boring with a formula that looks like this: math (equals) discovery (equals) beauty (equals) fun.
CBS News published an article Monday — headlined “Museum makes learning fun, helps stop the summer slide” — that extolls the virtues of a visit to a New York City math museum: “Opened in December 2012, the National Museum of Mathematics features exhibits that bring classroom skills to life, says co-executive director Glen Whitney.
"Visitors can see - and physically experience - how math makes the seemingly impossible not only possible, but fun," Mr. Whitney said.