Articles


Featured Articles

New York Times, May 2016
“Math a Piece of Cake” (How to Bake Pi)

The Guardian, February 2017
“We hate having rules imposed on us”

Daily Mail, May 2015
“Get your teeth into maths” (How to Bake Pi)


Articles listed by date

TED – Ideas.TED.Com, June 2019
“TED’s giant summer reading list”

MAA Focus, February/March 2019
“Inclusion-Exclusion in Mathematics
and Beyond”

F Newsmagazine (SAIC), November 2018
“We’re All Math People”

MAA Horizons, February 2018
“Searching for Categories:
A Conversation with Eugenia Cheng”

School of the Art Institute Magazine, January 2018
“P4inting 8y Numb3rs”

NPR Science Friday, November 2017
Off-Air Article
“The Women Taking Math to the Next Dimension”

F Newsmagazine (SAIC), June 2017
“Eugenia Cheng and the Art of Math”

Chronicle of Higher Education, March 2017
“How To Think Clearly”

Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, March 2017
“Having your Pi and eating it”

The Guardian, February 2017
“We hate having rules imposed on us”

Chicago Sun Times, July 2016
“Eugenia Cheng, a math maven among art students”

Slate, May 2016 (in French)
“Cheng, la cheffe cuisto qui voulait nous
faire aimer les maths”

New York Times, May 2016
“Math a Piece of Cake” (How to Bake Pi)

Silicon Republic, May 2016
“This professor’s foodie concepts
make mathematics easy to swallow”

iSchool, November 2015 (in Italian)
“Eugenia Cheng, la prof che insegna la matematica
con torte, biscotti, e marmellata”

Irish Times, October 2015 (Ireland)
“Maths week: Pianist on a numerical mission”

Chicago Maroon, August 2015
Article featuring duo partner,
CSO violinist, Alison Dalton

BRIGHT Magazine, July 2015
“Why I Don’t Like Being a ‘Female Role Model'”

Wired, May 2015
“Math is way more fun when
you teach it with food” (How to Bake Pi)

Daily Mail, May 2015
“Get your teeth into maths” (How to Bake Pi)

Chicago Tribune, March 2015
“Art and science intersect
at the School of the Art Institute”

Food and Wine, February 2015
“What Chocolate Cake Has to Do
With Theoretical Mathematics” (How to Bake Pi)

TV, Radio, Podcasts


Featured Content

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, November 2015
“Dr Eugenia Cheng – A Run for Her Butter”
Television Interview

BBC The Life Scientific, January 2018
“Eugenia Cheng on the mathematics of mathematics”
Radio Interview

NPR Science Friday, October 2018
“Using Logic in A Maddening World” (The Art of Logic)
Radio Interview


Content by date

Big Picture Science: Math’s Paths, July 2019
(How to Bake Pi)
Podcast Interview

TedxLondon, July 2018
“An unexpected tool for understanding inequality:
abstract math” TED featured talk

Science For The People, December 2018
“The Art of Logic” (The Art of Logic)
Podcast Interview

Something You Should Know, October 2018
“How to Use Logic Effectively” (The Art of Logic)
Podcast Interview

NPR Science Friday, October 2018
“Using Logic in A Maddening World” (The Art of Logic)
Radio Interview

CBC – The Current, September 2018
The Current with Anna Maria Tremonti
(The Art of Logic) Podcast Interview

WGN Radio, September 2018
Brian Noonan Show (The Art of Logic)
Podcast Interview

The Guardian Books podcast, September 2018
“Finding solace in science” (The Art of Logic)
Podcast Interview

BBC Radio 3 Private Passions, September 2018
Interview with Michael Berkeley
Podcast Interview

NPR Science Friday, June 2018
“How Abstract Math Can Analyze Social Justice”
Podcast Interview

Curiosity Podcast, February 2018
“Mathematical Thinking Can Open  New Worlds”
Podcast Interview

BBC The Life Scientific, January 2018
“Eugenia Cheng on the mathematics of mathematics”
Radio Interview

PBS NewsHour, August 2017
“Math is Amazing”
Radio Program Interview

Greater Than Code, July 2017
“Category Theory for Normal Humans”
Podcast Interview

NPR Science Friday, March 2017
“To Infinity and Beyond” (Beyond Infinity)
Podcast Interview

BBC Start the Week, March 2017
“The Freethinking Festival at Sage Gateshead”
(Beyond Infinity) Radio Discussion Programme

Forbes, March 2017
“The Limit That Does Not Exist”
Podcast Interview

WNYC The Sporkful, March 2017
“President Obama Eats His Pie Crust First”
(How to Bake Pi) Podcast Interview

WNYC Studio 360, November 2016
“Now We’re Cooking With Math”
(How to Bake Pi) Podcast Interview

WBEZ Chicago, Nerdette, September 2016
“Dr. Eugenia Cheng on why math is magic”
Radio Interview

Radio Canada, July 2016 (in French)
“Bien dans son assiette”
Podcast Interview

Streetwise Chicago, June 2016
“Cheng Mixes Baking, Art, and Mathematics”
Podcast Interview

BBC Saturday Live, January 2016
Radio Interview

BBC Woman’s Hour, June 2015
(How to Bake Pi/Cakes, Custard, and Category Theory)
Radio Interview

BBC Free Thinking, June 2015
(
How to Bake Pi/Cakes, Custard, and Category Theory)
Radio Interview

NPR Science Friday, May 2015
(How to Bake Pi)
Podcast Interview

Food Stories


Cream Tea, May 2013

BBC Look North

The Daily Mail

Telegraph

Eugenia was also interviewed on: CBC (Canada), ABC (Australia), Radio Devon, Radio Ireland, Radio Sheffield, Radio Scotland, Radio Gloucester, Radio Cornwall, Radio Derby and ITV West.

Pizza, October 2013

The Daily Mail

Eater

Doughnuts, December 2014

Telegraph

Food and Wine

Daily Mail 

Mince Pies, December 2016

YouTube

Telegraph