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Sara Simon
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Denison University welcomes Sara Simon from the New York Times presenting "From An English Major to A Software Engineer."
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The Anderson Lecture series welcomes Maria Klawe, the president of Harvey Mudd College presenting "Broadening the Computer Science Community"
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This week, the Denison Math and Computer Science Department had the privilege of hosting Mathemagician Art Benjamin
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Statistician and Consultant, Dale Rhoda, recently visited Denison to share stories of his adventures in statistics.
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Nathalie Miebach sculpture
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Data Scientist, Ecologist, Meteorologist, Sculptor, and Composer are just a few titles that describe Nathalie Miebach.
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Alissa Crans
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Dr. Alissa Crans, Loyola Marymount University Professor of Mathematics will present "A Surreptitious Sequence: The Catalan Numbers"
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Spencer Brooks to present "How Data Scientists are Keeping us on the Toilet"
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Found out how data scientists are keeping us on the toilet a little longer while we match 3, build armies, and solve puzzles.
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Like puzzles? Like math? Like cake? Like frosting? Then you are going to LOVE this talk!
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Barry Lawson of University of Richmond speaks on agent-based simulations of biological systems.
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group photo Women in Math and Computer Science group
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Gordon Lecture Series speaker Dr. Rachel Levy has lunch with the Women in Math and Computer Science group.
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Using agent-based simulation to model different biological systems.
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Rob Flax '10
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Come listen to Rob talk about the Collatz Conjecture and listen to the music it inspired.
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teacher speaking to classroom
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Math educators from South Africa visit Denison to establish partnership
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Chris Marx
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Professor Marx will speak about the Quantum Hall effect and how to describe this phenomenon mathematically.
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Applications of Machine learning in Healthcare with some Statistical Cautions.
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LawrenceShermanpresentation
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Speaking on "How to Talk About Data Without Scaring People Off", Dr. Sherman spoke of how future historians may call this moment "the age of precision."
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3d printing
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Dr. Henry Segerman, mathematician and artist, recently shared his work in dimensions and 3D printing as part of Ronneberg Lecture Series in the sciences.
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Future historians may call this moment in history "the age of precision." Then again, they may call it "The Triumph of the Nerds."
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The Gordon Lecture Series welcomes Lawrence W. Sherman '70 presenting "Counting what Counts in Justice: Policing, Race and the Rule of Law."
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Henry Segerman
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During his talk, we will explore various sculptures, puzzles, and virtual reality experiences.
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Dr. David Kung
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Women and under-represented minorities are more likely to fall out of the STEM pipeline from middle school on. Why do we need to address this issue?
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Interested in a career in data analytics? Come meet three professions in the field to see if DA is for you.
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The Gordon Lecture Series welcomes Keith Miller presenting a lecture, "The Future of Human/Robot Interactions."
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2005 Denison Alum, Evan Lewis is back to share his experience in creating video games.
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Gordon Lecturer Dr. Richard Cleary Professor of Mathematics at Babson College will speak Thursday, November 6.
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Balloon modeling or balloon twisting is the art of sculpting various shapes - often animals - with balloons.
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Math Fun My Favorite Math Fun Facts: Ideas and Puzzles that will Change the Way You Think! Presented by Dr. Francis Su
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Dr. Andrew Gard, Visiting Professor of Mathematics at Ohio Wesleyan University will present the department's' first Fast Talk of the semester.
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The Math and Computer Science department will be hosting a Grad School Panel on Wednesday, March 5 at 4:30 p.m. in Higley Auditorium.
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From Egyptian Fractions to the Riemann Hypothesis
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Every couple of weeks Data Analytics, Computer Science, and Mathematics students gather for an evening of social fun while they solve puzzles.

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