History of Mathematics at GVSU
Department Seminars from 1992 to 1995

Phone: 616-331-2041
Ted Sundstrom

Department of Mathematics
Grand Valley State University
Allendale, MI 49401
1995 Department Seminars
Ed Aboufadel. Save the Turtles!
Sept. 12
Don Vander Jagt. Achievement and Avoidance of a Strong Orientation of a Graph.
Sept. 19
Dr. Philip Tuchinsky (Principal Engineering Specialist, Ford Research Laboratory). Little Boxes: Adventures in Automeshing Solids.
Sept. 26
Char Beckmann. Cooperative Learning—Nuts and Bolts for College Faculty.
Oct. 10
Eliot Tanis (Hope College)
Oct. 17
Clark Wells. The Mathematics/Statistics Web Page and You.
Oct. 24
Paul Fishback, Toby Moleski (student), and Nick Ceglarak (student). The First Fundamental Theorem of Calculus for a Class of Highly Oscillatory Functions.
Oct. 31
Paul Stephenson. A Group Control Chart for Multiple Stream Processes.
Nov. 7
Dennis Pence (Western Michigan University). What are Those Bezier Curves in Every Computer Drawing Application?
Nov. 14
Annalisa Crannell (Franklin and Marshall College). Chaos: Create Your Own in Three Easy Steps.
Nov. 21
Georgi Klein.  An Exploration of the Role of Context in High School Students' Conceptions and Representations of Linear, Quadratic, and Exponential Functions.
Dec. 5
Ed Aboufadel. A Mathematician Catches a Baseball.
1994 Department Seminars
Steve Schlicker and Aimee Kunnen (student).  Sierpinski Polyhedra.
Oct. 6
Paul Fishback. Careers and Mathematics.

 1993 Department Seminars

Sept. 9
Hector Hevia (Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso, Chile). Equitable Labelings of Graphs.
Oct. 21
Yousceek Jeong. Quality Engineering and Statistics.

1992 Department Seminars

March 5
Charlene Beckmann. An Impromptu Introduction to the CASIO 7700 Graphic Calculator.

  Last Modified Date: March 21, 2014
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