Archive for Melissa Lynn

MCS Department Seminar 4/21 – Danté Tawfeeq

This Wednesday, April 21st, at 2:30pm, we are excited to welcome Danté A. Tawfeeq from John Jay College of Criminal Justice to give a virtual seminar talk titled “The Footprint of Innumeracy and Mathematics Illiteracy in Public School Education” (abstract included below). For the Zoom link, email Melissa Lynn at The Footprint of Innumeracy […]

MCS Department Seminar 3/10 – Ami Radunskaya

On Wednesday, March 10th, at 2:30pm, we are excited to welcome Dr. Ami Radunskaya from Pomona College to give a virtual seminar talk about how her love of music has influenced her work in mathematics. The title and abstract are included below, and the Zoom information can be obtained by emailing We are extra […]

MCS Department Seminar 2/10 – Pamela Harris

On Wednesday, February 10th, at 1:30pm, we are excited to welcome Dr. Pamela Harris from Williams College to give a virtual seminar talk about the mathematics of juggling! We are extra excited to welcome Dr. Harris, as she is one of the mathematicians featured in the book “Power of Numbers” by Talithia Williams, which is […]

MCS Department Seminar 12/2 – William Felder

On Wednesday, December 2nd, at 3:30pm, we are excited to welcome Dr. William Felder (of the Gustavus MCS department!) to give a (virtual) seminar talk about an approach to modeling biological populations, and how climate change can be incorporated into these models. Zoom info has been sent through email. If you did not receive this […]

MCS Grad School Panel Wednesday (10/28) at 3:30pm

Are you considering applying to graduate school in math, computer science, and/or statistics?On Wednesday, October 28th, at 3:30pm, the MCS Department is hosting a zoom panel discussion on Graduate School in Math, Computer Science, and Statistics. The panelists will be current and former graduate students in these fields, including GAC graduates. This panel will cover […]

MCS Seminar on 3/16 – UPDATE: CANCELLED

UPDATE: EVENT CANCELLED. Unfortunately, due to changes in travel circumstances, this event is cancelled. We will try to reschedule Jed’s talk for a future date, most likely in the Fall.   On Monday, March 16th, Jed Yang from Bethel University will be giving a seminar talk entitled “Counting tilings with computers”, which should be of […]

MCS Seminar and Math Grad School Presentation on Monday 10/28

On Monday, 10/28, Professor Richard McGehee from the University of Minnesota will be giving a seminar talk entitled “Earth’s Heat Imbalance,” on math modeling for climate change. An abstract for the talk can be found at the end of this post. The talk will start at 3:30 pm in Olin 321 with refreshments beginning at […]