History of Mathematics at GVSU
Department Seminars in 2005


Phone: 616-331-2041
Ted Sundstrom
sundstrt@gvsu.edu

Department of Mathematics
Grand Valley State University
Allendale, MI 49401
2005 Department Seminars 

Feb. 22
Will Dickinson and Clark Wells.  Stupid (or Cool) Computer Tricks.
 
 
March 15
Nathan Wodarz.
 
 
March 22
Steve Schlicker.  The Geometry of H(Rn): Segments and Sequences.
 
 
March 29
John Grabosek (Statistics) and Tom Kennedy (student).  Applying Statistical Modeling to Baseball.
 
 
April 5
Mark Pearson (Hope College).  Windmills and Wreaths.
 
 
April 12
Becky Bergeon (student), Tarah McCarthy (student), and Lindsey Slater (student).  Pictorial Growth Patterns: Preliminary Findings of 3 Student Thesis Projects.
 
 
Sept. 13
Matt Boelkins.  The Sendov Conjecture and the Geometry of Polynomials.
 
 
Sept. 20
Dave Coffey and Pam Wells.  I'm Not Wrong, I Answered Another Question: What's Right in Wrong Answers?
 
 
Oct. 6
Manish Chakrabarti.  What is Bioinformatics?
 
 
Oct. 11
Cynthia Groenink (student) and John Golden.  The Children Left Behind.
 
 
Oct. 18
Chris Smith (student) and Akalu Tefera.  Hypergeometric Summations with Computers.
 
 
Nov. 1
Jon Hodge and Pete Schwallier (student).  How Does Separability Affect the Desirability of Referendum Election Outcomes?
 
 
Nov. 8
Brian Mosher (University of Michigan).  Undergraduate Research Projects in Computational Group Theory.
 
 
Nov. 15
Anna Sfard (The University of Haifa & Michigan State University).  Identity that Makes a Difference: Substantial Learning as Closing the Gap between Actual and Designated Identities.
 
 
Dec. 6
Angie Grumm (student) and Ngan Nguyen (student).  Slingshots and Paper Folding.
 
 

 
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