History of Mathematics at GVSU
Department Seminars in 2007


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

Department of Mathematics
Grand Valley State University
Allendale, MI 49401
2007 Department Seminars
 

Jan. 16
Rebecca Walker.  The Dynamics of Mathematics Curriculum Development with a Focus on Negotiation about Assessment.
 
 
Jan. 25
Chris Plouff (Career Services).  Career Advising for Math Majors.
 
 
Feb. 1
Rebecca Walker and Nancy Mack.  NCATE: What Are Our Strengths & How Can We Grow and Improve?
 
 
Feb. 6
Steve Blair, Will Dickinson, and Paul Yu.  Discourse, Metaphor, and Multi-Representational Instruction in the Teaching and Learning of Non-Euclidean Geometry.
 
 
Feb. 13
Pam Wells.  Writing Discussion: Part II.
 
 
Feb. 20
Esther Billings.  Practice-Based Professional Development and Communities of Practice.
 
 
March 13
Feryal Alayont.  What kind of number is ...?
 
 
March 20
Marge Friar.  The Mathematics of MesoAmerica.
 
 
March 29
Timothy D. Rey (Counselor-Statistics at the Dow Chemical Company).  Use of Data Mining and Modeling in Industry.
 
 
April 3
Char Beckmann, Steve Blair, and Filiz Dogru.  Turkish Travels, Tiles, and Treats.
 
 
April 10
Will Dickinson.  Equal Circle Packings.
 
 
April 17
Matthew Stamps (student).  How I spent my summer and fall vacations.
 
 
April 24
Department Celebration
 
 
Sept. 11
Firas Hindeleh. Introduction to Lie Algebras. (Postdoc Seminar #1)
 
 
Sept. 25
Shirley Fleischmann (Engineering). Ever on the Never-lost System.
 
 
Oct. 11
Firas Hindeleh. Lie Algebras and Maple. (Postdoc Seminar #2)
 
 
Oct. 16
Darren Parker. Some Mathematical Games.
 
 
Oct. 23
Carl Arendsen. TurningPoint in the Classroom.
Jane Mays and Cathy Gardner.  The GVSU Placement Exams.
 
 
Nov. 6
 
Nov. 27
Akalu Tefera. My Sabbatical Experience at MIT.
 
Jonathan Hodge.  A Mathematics Teaching Idea Swap.

 
  Last Modified Date: March 21, 2014
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