Date

Speaker

Home Institution

Title (with link to abstract and bio)

Sep 1

Edwin O'Shea

James Madison

Divisibility Tests Unified

Sep 8

Jim Sochacki

James Madison

Are Fibonacci Numbers in Everything?

Sep 15

Steve Lucas

James Madison

Numerically Evaluating Oscillating Infinite Integrals, and a Failed (of Course) Approach to the Riemann Hypothesis

Sep 22

Hamid Semiyari

James Madison

Modified Picard Iteration Applied to Boundary Value Problems

Sep 29

Carl Droms

James Madison

Continued Fractions

Thurs Oct 2

James Sellers

Penn State

Numerous Results Related to mary Partitions

Thurs Oct 2 6:45 Burruss 238

James Sellers

Penn State

Cool Results Involving Fibonacci Numbers and Compositions
Pi Mu Epsilon Colloquium

Oct 13

Hala A. H. Shehadeh

James Madison

Inverse Scattering, Imaging, and a HybridBremmer Series Approach

Oct 20

Daniel Mintz

Pedago

Mathematics for History's Sake: A New Approach to Ptolemy's Geography

Fri Oct 31

Math Ed Candidate



Prospective Teachers' Experiences of an InquiryOriented Mathematics for Elementary Teachers Course

Thurs Nov 6

Math Ed Candidate



Factors That Support and Constrain Mathematics Teachers Continuing Lesson Study After Infusion of External Resources

Nov 10

Vijay Sookdeo

Catholic University of America

Integral Point in Orbit of Rational Functions

Nov 17

Elizabeth Brown

James Madison

Set Theory in the Real World

Wed Nov 19

Carla Martin

NSA

A Brief History of Cryptography and Careers at NSA
Presented by the AWM Student Chapter

Dec 1

Roger Thelwell

James Madison

Power Series and Nonlinear Differential Equations
