Colloquium Series

    The Mathematics and Computer Science Department sponsors speakers each semester in our Colloquium Series.  Our goal is to show students new, thought-provoking material and to get them interested in Mathematics and Computer Science.  Most talks are held in Bagby 217, unless otherwise noted, on select Tuesdays of the semester from 4-5pm.  The talks are intended for students at all levels. 


    Speaker Title/Abstract
    Sept. 8, 4-5pm Dr. Bob Webber
    Hampden-Sydney and Longwood University
    Error Correcting Codes
    October 13,
    Faculty Interest Presentations Faculty Interests
    November 17, 4-5pm
    Parents and Friends Lounge
    Mr. Chris Turner
    HSC class of '95
    20 Years Later: Reflections and Perspectives from One HSC Alum
    February 2, 4-5pm Dr. Tom Wears
    Longwood University
    Equivalence, Invariance, and Symmetry
    March 22, 4-5pm Dr. Meagan Herald
    Virginia Military Institute
    Chaos: From Science Fiction to Discrete Mathematics
    April 28, 10-11am Student Solutions to the Problem of the Month

    All colloquium talks will be held in Bagby 217, unless otherwise noted.