I just got my PhD in Mathematics from The University of Arizona with a focus on mathematics education. My research was on developing in students the ability to think like mathematicians. However, through my work with ThinQ (www.thinq.education), I have worked on thinking abilities across academic domains.

Now, I am working at Eqvip (www.eqvip.me), where the goal is to help people become employable and help improve productivity in society. While this still includes developing various academic thinking abilities, pragmatic thinking is a much larger concern here.

This substack started with a focus on mathematical thinking, and then widened in scope to academic thinking across science, philosophy, history, and so on. Now, it will widen its focus once again to include thinking for employability and employability education.