# Featured Math Tidbit

## 1st Woman Mathematician

In 400 AD, Hypatia writes commentaries on Diophantus and Apollonius. She is the first recorded female mathematician and she distinguishes herself with remarkable scholarship. She becomes head of the Neo-Platonist school at Alexandria. Raphael even includes Hypatia in his masterpiece Phillosphy, or School of Athens, shown above. This painting features the greatest minds in history up to […]

# Featured Career

## Medical scientist

As medical fields become more immersed in data, mathematics can provide more insight in the study of medicine. Helen Moore is a mathematician who has worked for medical companies. Originally, Helen’s interest did not lie in the medical field, but after attending some conferences and workshops related to mathematics and medicine, she became interested. Later, […]

# Featured Blog Post

## Math in Photography

How does Math relate to beauty, art, and fashion? Jessica Wynne, a professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York explored the beauty of math in her most recent project. She took creative photos of chalkboards that were labeled “Do Not Erase.” The results prove that beauty can be found in the most […]