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  1. 2019/Nov: Ghrist makes an appearance in the fabled History of David Rittenhouse Labs at Penn
  2. 2019/Sept: Rare video of Ghrist being a pretentious art-poseur and explaining the hidden secrets of the EAT text
  3. 2019/Mar: Yay! It's My Favorite Theorem! WOO!
  4. 2018/Aug: Ghrist is faculty co-directorof the Penn First Plus Program for 1st-generation and/or low-income students.
  5. 2016/Sep: Ghrist gives a talk on topological data analysis in 2009. Seven years later, and it is "especially burned into my brain" FTW
  6. 2016/Apr: Ghrist speaks at the Philadelphia Science Festival "Science: 2066" program on Topological Data Analysis
  7. 2016/Feb: Ghrist is awarded the 2016 James Crawford Prize in Teaching by the MAA EPaDel
  8. 2016/Feb: Ghrist really really hopes to make Mathematics fun. Don't give up, Ghrist! Don't! Give! Up! (the Daily Pennsylvanian)
  9. 2016/Feb: `I know, right?' Ghrist says, rolling his eyes (the Daily Pennsylvanian)
  10. 2016/Jan: Ghrist reaches the masses with complicated Mathematics. (Penn News)
  11. 2016/Jan: Ghrist, leader in topology, changes the face! -- of Mathematics education... (Philly Voice)
  12. 2015/Sep: This professor can teach anyone calculus with his mad illustration skillz!!! by the MadStone at GIZMODO.
  13. 2015/Jul: Ghrist has been named a National Security Science & Engineering Faculty Fellow by the US Department of Defense (ASDR&E).
  14. 2015/Jul: Article on Ghrist's research & fashion sense in the Penn Gazette
  15. 2015/Mar: Ghrist helps engineering students kick butt.
  16. 2014/Nov: Ghrist gives the Gauss Lecture in Karlruhe, Germany.
  17. 2014/Oct: Article in MAA Focus Magazine on Ghrist's calculus reform.
  18. 2014/May: Ghrist lobbied on Capitol Hill on behalf of NSF mathematics funding.
  19. 2013/May: The Chronicle of Higher Education features Ghrist in a sensationalist bid to stir up controversy about MOOCs.
  20. 2013/Jan: Ghrist's Coursera Calculus featured in the New York Times and Philadelphia Inquirer.
  21. 2013/Jan: Ghrist awarded the Chauvenet Prize for mathematical writing.
  22. 2012/Dec: Coursera Calculus featured on boingboing and the today show...
  23. 2012/Aug: Ghrist taught a mini-course on symmetry groups to 7th-8th grade girls at Penn's GEMS Program
  24. 2012/May: Ghrist will be teaching Calculus: Single Variable via Coursera starting January 7, 2013. Sign up for free!
  25. 2012/May: Ghrist delivered the Vincent Meyer Lecture at the Technion on Topological Tools for Signals and Sensors. watch the video!
  26. 2012/Jan: Expository talk "Music of the Spheres" for Penn's Engaging Minds program at the Beverly Hills Four Seasons: watch the video!
  27. 2011/Dec: article about Ghrist's teaching in Penn Engineering News Magazine (pdf, see page 12, or see a short summary in html)
  28. 2011/Aug: Ghrist talks on "Putting Topology to Work" at the Young Mathematicians' Conference (link has video of talk / slides)
  29. 2011/July: Nice writeup about the F(unny)L(ittle)C(alculus)T(ext) at Penn's Under the Button
  30. 2011/Apr: Ghrist gives a public lecture on the Mathematics of Holes at the 2011 International Science Festival in Edinburgh
  31. 2011/Mar: President Gutmann mentions Ghrist's involvement in Penn's new Integrated Studies Program for undergraduates.
  32. 2011/Mar: Ghrist speaks to high school students @ UTexas' Saturday Morning Math Group on "T/F : True/False : Twitter/Facebook : the Mathematics of Social Circuits" (link is to pdf flier)
  33. 2011/Jan: Ghrist speaks on the Beauty and Utility of Mathematics at the British Museum in London
  34. 2011/Jan: Ghrist teaches! students! well!
  35. 2010/Dec: Ghrist (and his calculus class) appear briefly in a Penn promotional video
  36. 2010/Sep: Ghrist interviewed by John D. Cook
  37. 2010/Jun: Ghrist gives lecture series at Colorado College [video1][video2][video3]
  38. 2010/Apr: Ghrist is the 8th Norbert Wiener lecturer at Tufts University
  39. 2009/Nov: Ghrist delivers a brief address to Presdient Gutmann & the University Council on Mathematics & its Applications
  40. 2009/ Oct: Ghrist is the innaugural Milton Wing lecturer at Rochester University
  41. 2009/Sep: Ghrist delivers a 60 second lecture at Penn on "Why is Mathematics Useful?"
  42. 2009/May: Ghrist wins the S. Reid Warren teaching award at Penn for educating engineers
  43. 2009/Jan: Ghrist gives a public lecture on sensor networks at the IMA in Minneapolis [video]
  44. 2008/Sep: Beautifully-written article on a Paradiso of Mathematics
  45. 2008/Jun: Ghrist moves to the University of Pennsylvania to accept the Andrea Mitchell University Professorship in Mathematics and Electrical & Systems Engineering
  46. 2007/Dec: de Silva & Ghrist named a "SciAm50" winner by Scientific American magazine for applications of homology to sensor networks
  47. 2007/Oct: Ghrist is named a Richard & Margaret Romano Professional Scholar by the University of Illinois
  48. 2007/Jun: Ghrist delivers a public lecture at the National University of Singapore
  49. 2007/May: Article in Science News on topological sensor networks
  50. February 2007: Ghrist named as a UIUC "University Scholar" for 2006-2008
  51. 2007/Jan: Ghrist to speak at the "Current Events Bulletin" at the AMS National Meeting in New Orleans
  52. 2006/Dec: An article in the Notices of the American Mathematical Society generates an AMS press release
  53. 2006/Nov: Ghrist makes the local newspaper
  54. 2006/Oct: Article in Information Week discusses sensor networks, mathematics, and algorithms. If you prefer Italian, check this out...
  55. 2006/Oct: Ghrist is on the steering committee for CAESAR: the Center for Autonomous Engineering Systems And Robotics
  56. 2006/Oct: Ghrist is the lead PI on the DARPA SToMP project
  57. 2006/Sep: Ghrist uses topology. Really!
  58. 2006/May: Ghrist to speak at the ICM in Madrid, Spain
  59. 2004/May: Ghrist receives a PECASE from President G. W. Bush
  60. 2003/Aug: Article in Science on Ghrist's use of topology in robotics