 Tuesday, November 20
Colloquium:
Algebraic Literacy: Empirical Tests of an Instructional Strategy
Ted Hodgson
Math Education Candidate
 Thursday, November 15
Colloquium:
Standardsbased or Traditional Mathematics: Does it matter?
Ke Wu Norman
Math Education Candidate
 Tuesday, November 13
Colloquium:
Middle School Teachers' Formative Use of a Feedback Guide
Jessica Strowbridge Math Education Candidate
 Monday, November 5
Colloquium:
Error Estimates for IllPosed Problems
Anatoly Yagola
 Thursday, October 25
Colloquium:
Why model malaria?
Disease dynamics in a changing world.
David Alonso
University of Michigan
 Thursday, October 18
Colloquium:
A New Method of Detecting Differentially Expressed Genes through Probe Level Data from Oligonucleotide Arrays
Jin Xu
East China Normal University & University of CaliforniaRiverside
 Monday, October 15
Colloquium:
A Centennial for Two Great Scholars:
Heiberg’s Translation of the Lost Palimpsest of Archimedes  1907
and Heath’s Publication on Euclid’s Elements  1908
Shirley B. Gray
California State University Los Angeles
 Monday, October 8
Colloquium:
Future Teachers’ Professional Knowledge
Gabriele Kaiser
University of Hamburg
 Thursday, October 4
Colloquium:
Furthering the Professional development of teachers – some observations, ideas and visions from the view point of a research mathematician at a German University
Guenter Toerner
University of DuisburgEssen
 Thursday, September 27
Colloquium:
The Center Manifold
Al Kelly
UC  Santa Cruz
 Thursday, September 20
Building Inauguration
 Monday, September 17
Colloquium:
Freeman Dyson's challenge for the future: The mock thetafunctions
Ken Ono University of Wisconsin
 Monday, September 17
Who Wants to Be a Mathematician
10:00 am
Ken Ono, University of Wisconsin
Freeman Dyson's Challenge for the Future  The Story of Ramanujan's Mock Theta Functions
10:4511:00 break
11:00 am
"Who Wants to Be a Mathematician" contest
All events are in the University Center North Ballroom (3rd floor)
Maps and parking info
 Thursday, September 6
Colloquium:
Adventures in Finland: Mathematical and Otherwise
John Bardsley
University of Montana
