Support Christopher Haven’s journey to become a mathematician outside prison

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Luisella Caire

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Umberto Cerruti

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Since reading Ms. Cerruti's article, I have been mentoring Christopher on some mathematical topics (group theory, linear algebra, projective geometry) to help him fill in some gaps in his background. Through our correspondence, I have learned that Christopher has both a serious mathematical talent and that he is fully committed to learning mathematics. More importantly, I have learned that he has reflected deeply about his life, that his contrition over his past mistake is sincere, and that he is determined to be a productive member of society by adding to mathematical knowledge through collaborative research, and by teaching mathematics to other inmates. To that end, he founded the Prison Mathematics Project and is working tirelessly to develop it into a national organization. He sees it as a way to awaken a fascination for mathematics among prison imnates and to help reduce recidivism once prisoners are released.

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Marta Cerruti

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I'm a professor of Materials Engineering at McGill University, and watercolorist artist in Montreal.

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I am a professor of computer science at UCLA, where I hold the Symantec Endowed Chair of Computer Science. I am an ACM Fellow.

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Luisella Caire

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