Lauren Miller
"As mathematicians we always use the royal we, this we should not refer to mathematcians alone."
Mathematics comes from a Greek word meaning "inclined to learn."

Lauren is an artist, published poet, avid podcast listener, theatre lover, and mathematician.

She received her Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from Carthage College in Kenosha, WI in 2015. In 2017 she received her Master's in Mathematics from Saint Louis University.

 Lauren  has participated in Google Summer of Code 2016 and 2017.

She is currently an Adult Services Provider in the  Science and Technology department of the Saint Louis Public Library Central Branch. Her primary focus is community outreach.

Lauren is also an adjunct instructor at Lindenwood University for the Fall 2017 semester. She is  teaching Basic Math and Quantitative Methods for Business.

This Spring she will be and adjunct instructor at Fontbonne University.

 In her free time she works on this blog and gives talks about on various topics in mathematics.
Her deepest passion is sharing her love of mathematics with others. 

She dreams to one day give a TED talk.

Feel free to download her resume.