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Math and Computer Science Club past events.

Title Description Start Date
Event Three Renaissance puzzles with a cryptographic flavor James Reeds, IDA/CCR Princeton Apr 25, 2003 04:00 PM
Event Math, College Students, and Opera Dr. T. Christine Stevens, SLU Mar 19, 2003 04:00 PM
Event Ready, Aim, Fire!!! Dr. David Letscher, SLU Feb 05, 2003 04:00 PM
Event Some Multi-Dimensional Games Dr. Greg Marks, SLU Nov 20, 2002 04:00 PM
Event Fun with tiles Dr. Bryan Clair, SLU Oct 30, 2002 04:00 PM
Event Artificial Intelligence, Learning and Wisdom Fr. Pat Viegas, SJ, SLU Oct 10, 2002 04:00 PM
Event Real Estate in Hyperbolic Space: Investment Opportunities for the New Millenium Mel Slugbate, Slugbate and Mossbutter Real Estate Agency Apr 26, 2002 03:10 PM
Event Global Software Kevin Scannell, SLU Apr 08, 2002 03:30 PM
Event Folding Dr. Bryan Clair, SLU Mar 25, 2002 04:00 PM
Event SLU Chess Tournament Chess Tournament, SLU Mar 23, 2002 04:00 PM
Event Polyominoes and Tilings Dr. Darrin Speegle, SLU Mar 04, 2002 04:00 PM
Event Monstrous Moonshine Charles Ford, SLU Feb 05, 2002 04:10 PM
Event The Biggest Numbers in the Universe Dr. Bryan Clair, SLU Dec 05, 2001 04:00 PM
Event Web Services: Evolving Web Applications Andrew Hoog, Envision Nov 08, 2001 02:10 PM
Event The Fourth Dimension Dr. Michael Starbird, University of Texas, Austin Apr 30, 2001 03:10 PM
Event The Topology of the Universe Kevin Scannell, SLU Feb 20, 2001 03:10 PM
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PhD Oral Defense
Thu, Apr 26, 2018
Finite, fiber-preserving group actions on orientable Seifert manifolds Benjamin Peet, SLU
PhD Oral Exam
Fri, Apr 27, 2018
Leavitt Path Superalgebras Katie Radler, SLU
Annual Awards Ceremony
Fri, Apr 27, 2018
The 2018 Math & Statistics Department Award Ceremony Featuring Sarah Greenwald, Appalachian State University
Geometry/ Topology Seminar
Tue, May 01, 2018
Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for a Triangle Comparison Theorem, II James Hebda, SLU
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