Department Seminars 1990 to 1995

Department Seminars in 1995

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 LearningNuts 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.

Department Seminars in 1994

Steve Schlicker and Aimee Kunnen (student). Sierpinski Polyhedra.

Oct. 6
Paul Fishback. Careers and Mathematics.

Department Seminars in 1993

Sept. 9
Hector Hevia (Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso, Chile). Equitable Labelings of Graphs.

Oct. 21
Yousceek Jeong. Quality Engineering and Statistics.

Department Seminars in 1992

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

Department Seminars in 1991

Jan. 15
Ralph Wiltse. Reinventing the n-Dimensional Wheel.

March 12
George Sturm. Game Show Problem  Which Door to Choose.

March 19
Marty Levin. Evolution of the Spreadsheet Metaphor.

March 26
Paul Jorgensen. What Can We Learn from Testing?

Apr. 2
Hector Hevia (Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso, Chile). Graceful Labelings of Graphs.

Apr. 9
Rob Blanchard. KUMON: A Japanese Method of Teaching Mathematics.

Oct. 1
Dennis Shultz (Rockford School District). Tiptoe Through the Tulips with Benjamin Bloom.

Char Beckmann. A Contemporary Approach to the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics.

Steve Schlicker. Sierpinski Polygons.

Department Seminars in 1990

Jan. 16
David De Vries (Smiths Industries). Embedded Computer Systems.

Jan. 23
Soon Hong. Software Used in Elementary Statistics.

Jan. 30
Howard Stein (Research and Development Office). Learn How to Tap Funds for Your Research and Continued Development.

Feb. 6
Ralph Wiltse. Another Approach to Using Computers in the Calculus Classroom.

Feb. 13
Paul Jorgensen. R.T.I./G.V.S.U. CASE Tool Laboratory.

Feb. 22
Don Vander Jagt. A Sabbatical and Generalized Line Graphs.

March 20
Alverna Champion. What is Family Math?

Sept. 11
Ken Johnson. Fault Finding or Constructive Criticism? Error Detection and Error Correction (Part I).

Sept. 18
Ken Johnson. Fault Finding or Constructive Criticism? Error Detection and Error Correction (Part II).

Sept. 25
Joe Adamski. A PC Grade Book  CS 463 Student Team Project.

Oct. 2
Char Beckmann. Teaching Mathematics with the TI-81 Graphing Calculators.

Oct. 9
Phil Pratt. How to Publish a Textbook.

Oct. 16
Ted Sundstrom. Error Detecting Schemes using Modular Arithmetic and a Dihedral Group.

Oct. 30
Mary Ellen Rivers. Exploring the IBM Algebra Software.

Nov. 6
Jann-Huei Jinn. Introduction to Common Imputation Methods.

Nov. 13
Tom Gruszka. The Struggle for Life: From Calculus to Chaos.

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