**Required Reading**

- An investigation of the false discovery rate and the misinterpretation of p-values, by David Colquhoun
- Academic Research in the 21st Century: Maintaining Scientific Integrity in a Climate of Perverse Incentives and Hypercompetition, by Marc A. Edwards and Siddhartha Roy
- Statistical proof? The problem of irreproducibility, by Susan Holmes

**Resesarch resources**

- Applied Algebraic Topology Research Network (AATRN) – online seminars, mailing lists, etc
- AATRN’s YouTube Channel, including the 2021 TDA Tutorial-a-thon
- appliedtopology.org – conference, workshop and job announcements
- Worldwide Theoretical Neuroscience Seminar

**Math organizations I support**

- The Association for Women in Mathematics
- The National Association of Mathematicians
- The Young Mathematicians’ Network
- Mathematically Gifted and Black
- Institute for the Quantitative Study of Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity
- The Mathematical Association of America’s Project NExT

**Useful programming languages**

- Julia – high performance technical computing, and my Matlab replacement of choice
- Rust – a modern high-performance C/C++ replacement that doesn’t require days of chasing memory issues
- Sage – open source mathematics software package

**Math resources**

- researchseminars.org – a list of online research seminars you can attend
- MIT Open Courseware in Mathematics
- WeBWorK – open source online homework package
- TeX the World – browser plugin for embedding TeX in documents
- Mathematics on the ArXiv

**Math visualization**

- Jeff Weeks’ Topology and Geometry Software – “Curved Spaces” is must-see.
- “The Optiverse” and Other Sphere Eversions
- Thomas Banchoff’s Home Page – check out online projects and artwork

**Podcasts I love**

**Cool science things**

**Non-Math/Science links**