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CATEGORIES: Colloquia, Department, Math

Joint Mathematics-TADS Colloquium

Speaker: Dr. S. Joshua Swamidass, Washington University in St. Louis TITLE: Deep Learning in Biology, Medicine, and Chemistry ABSTRACT: Deep learning, an approach to machine learning, is coming of age, establishing itself as a transformative approach to understanding data, enabling advances in several scientific domains. Our group has been using deep learning for more than … Continue reading Joint Mathematics-TADS Colloquium

Tuesday, March 7, 4:10-5:25pm | Carver 268
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ISU Theatre presents “She Kills Monsters”

ISU Theatre presents “She Kills Monsters”. Dungeons and Dragons fans, this one’s for you! This high-octane dramatic comedy – laden with homicidal fairies, nasty ogres, and 90s pop culture – is a heartpounding homage to the geek and warrior within us all. Advisory: Contains adult language and content. Directed by Cason Murphy Puppetry Design by … Continue reading ISU Theatre presents “She Kills Monsters”

March 30-April 2, 2023, 7:30-9:30pm
CATEGORIES: Colloquia, Department, Math

Special Mathematics Colloquium: Do Dogs Know Calculus? Bifurcations at the Beach

Speaker: Dr. Tim Pennings Abstract:  We will show that dogs – at least my dog, Elvis – knew calculus. That is, Elvis could find the optimal – fastest – route to a ball thrown into the water some distance down the beach. But what happened when Elvis is positioned in the water and retrieved a ball that is also in the water? When … Continue reading Special Mathematics Colloquium: Do Dogs Know Calculus? Bifurcations at the Beach

Friday, April 14, 3:20-4:10pm | TBD

Women’s and Gender Studies Student Conference: Building Solidarity, Envisioning Justice

The WGS Student Conference is an opportunity for graduate and undergraduate students to present their research, creative works, pedagogy, activist work and other thematic works that focus on gender, sexuality, identity or feminism. Proposals are open and being accepted until March 20th.

Saturday, April 15, 9:00am-4:00pm | Student Innovation Center