Lectures

The Annual Pi Mu Epsilon Lectures

October 10, 2014

Dr. Philip Yates, Associate Professor of Mathematics, Saint Michael's College
&#%!@? - Censoring and the Analysis of Partially Known Data

October 11, 2013

Dr. Richard Cleary; Professor of Mathematics and Chair, Mathematics and Science Division, Babson College
Some Non-Standard Applications of Mathematics to Sports

October 8, 2012

Dr. Liz McMahon, Lafayette College; Mathematics in the Game of SET

September 23, 2011

Dr. Frank Morgan, Atwell Professor of Mathematics, Williams College; Vice-President, American Mathematical Society; Soap Bubbles and Mathematics

 

October 1, 2010

Dr. Thomas Hull, Professor of Mathematics, Western New England College; Origami-Math is in Creasing

October 2, 2009

Dr. Joanna Ellis-Monaghan, Professor of Mathematics, Saint Michael’s College; Graph-Theoretical Design Strategies for DNA Nanostrutures

 

October 24, 2008

Dr. John Voight, Professor of Mathematics, University of Vermont Escher and the Droste Effect

October 12, 2007

Dr. Christopher Danforth, Professor of Mathematics, University of Vermont Chaos and the Mathematics of Prediction: Harry Potter, Hurricane Katrina, and Happiness

 

October 30, 2006

Dr. Peter Otto, Professor of Mathematics, Willamette University Modeling Forest Fires with Percolation Theory

October 24, 2005

Dr. Rebecca Mercuri; President and Chief Technical Officer, Notable Software; E-voting expert; E-Voting: Perils and Promises

September 25, 2004

Saint Michael's College Centennial Celebration Brian Adams ’99; Doctoral Candidate, Center for Research in Scientific Computation; Department of Mathematics, North Carolina State University Using Mathematics to Explore HIV Treatment Strategies, Smart Materials, and More

October 17, 2003

Dr. Steven Abbot, Professor of Mathematics, Middlebury College A Brief History of Integration: From Cauchy to Riemann to Lebesgue… to Riemann

April 5, 2003

Chapter Installation Dr. Herman Servatius, Professor of Mathematics, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; A Leisurely Stroll through the Museum of Many Dimensions

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