Day: Selected Fridays
Time: 3:30 - 4:30 pm
Location: Derrick Hall 329
The math department hosts a colloquium series in which distinguished researchers present their recent work to a general mathematical audience. All faculty, graduate students and undergraduate students are welcome.
- Feb 2: Robert Gompf, University of Texas, Austin, Exotic Smooth Structures on R4
- Feb 16: University Lecture Series Presents-Jesus DeLoera, University of California, Davis, The little theorem that could: How Sperner’s coloring lemma influenced Mathematics, Comp Sci and Economics
- March 2: Amy Ellis, University of Georgia, Fostering Productive Generalizing and Proving in Algebra
- April 13 (change of time 2-3 pm): University Lecturers Series/ Mathematics & Statistics Awareness Month Keynote Address jointly present Fumiko Futamura, How to Mathematically Immerse Yourself in a Work of Art: Exploring the Geometry of Perspective
- April 20: University Lecturers Series Presents-Martin Isaacs, Dirty Children, Unfaithful Husbands and Similar Problems
- Sep 15: Hung Ngoc Nguyen, University of Akron, The average character degree of finite groups
- Oct 6: (canceled)
- Oct 20: Guadalupe Carmona, UT - San Antonio, Campus Viviente in STEM Education
- Nov 3: Eva Thanheiser, Portland State University, Prospective Elementary Teachers Mathematics Content Courses: Whole Number Learning, Motivation, and Cultural/Family Awareness
- Nov 17: Robert Daverman, University of Tennessee-Knoxville, Making Comparisons: Which Crumpled Cube is Wilder?