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CWU Fall Mathematics Seminars Begin September 26

Curious about mathematical modeling? Virtual reality? Check out the fall 2018 Mount Stuart Mathematics Seminars beginning September 26.
“Our first seminar is a meet and greet,” said Jean Marie Linhart, mathematics professor and organizer of the seminars. “In addition, several of our students who did interesting research programs and internships over the summer will bring a slide or two describing what they did, how they found out about the opportunity, and how to apply.”

Linhart is especially excited about the November 7 seminar. CWU alumnus Nick Cramer, from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, will give a presentation on virtual reality. Cramer will be visiting with another CWU alumnus, Russ Burtner, who is working in the same area. In addition, Alexa Williams, who is from PNNL human resources, and oversees student internships and outreach, will provide information about internship and employment opportunities for CWU students and graduates. They will be available throughout the day to meet with interested students and faculty.

Mount Stuart Mathematics Seminars Fall 2018
When          What?                                                                     Who?

Sept 26      Meet and Greet: What We Did This Summer    CWU Mathematics Community
Oct 10        Mathematical Modeling with M&Ms                 Jean Marie Linhart
Oct 24        Student Presentations                                         CWU Mathematics Students
Nov 7         Virtual Reality for Science, Security and           Nick Cramer, PNNL,
                       STEM Education                                                  CWU Alumnus
Nov 28       Poster Session                                                      CWU Mathematics Students

All seminars will be held at 4:00 p.m. in Samuelson 252. Refreshments will be served.

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