Please join the PME Mathematics Honor Society for the Student Mathematics Conference

Saturday, February 22nd at 9am in the first floor of The Sally

with Guest Speaker - Dr. Thomas Hull from Western New England University

Entitled: **Origami-Mathematics: How to fold paper, polymers, and robots**

Please join the Mathematics Department for a Colloquium

When: Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Where: Sally 106

When: 12pm - 1pm

Guest Speaker: Amanda Luby, Assistant Professor of Statistics at Swarthmore College

**Title: **Analyzing the analyzers: understanding variability in forensic decision-making

Join the Math Society for an Epsilon Talk

When: Wednesday, February 12th at 4:30pm

Where: 3rd Floor Sally Conference room #335

By: Dr. Trisha Moller

Blowing Our Minds Using Bubbles to Visualize the 4th Dimension!

It's Adventure Time into the 4th Dimension!

Join The Mathematics Society for a Set Tournament!

Where: 3rd floor Sally in the Mathematics and Computer Science Lounge

When: Friday, February 7, 2020

Time: 4:00pm - 5:00pm

See you there!

MORAVIAN COLLEGE COMPUTING CLUB IS HOSTING A...

**3D PRINTING WORKSHOP!**

Come learn the basics of 3D printing and what we do on the team. This is open to ANYONE who is interested in what we do - absolutely NO EXPERIENCE is needed

FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS - the first 16 people to show up will have a spot for the workshop

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13 4:30-6:30

CS LOUNGE - PPHAC 114

The Mathematics Department is holding a Colloquium:

Date/Time/Room: Thursday, October 31, 11:45-12:45, PPHAC 233

Guest Speaker: **Ying (Joy) Zhou, Assistant Professor at Lafayette College**

Title: **Mathematical Models for Plant and Animal Populations in Changing Environments**

Moravian Math Society is holding a Halloween Event

October 31, 2019

from 1:00pm to 2:30pm

in Math/CS Lounge on 3rd Floor Sally

Epsilion Talk

by Emily Bolger

Topic: Genomic Prediction of Traits Using Convolutional Neural Networks

Wednesday, October 16th

4:00pm

Sally Conference Room 335

Epsilon Talk by Alvero Belmonte

The k-Super Bondage (k-SB) of a graph is the smallest

number of edges that, when removed, increases the

dominating number by at least k. We will show the 2-SB

for some graph classes and also show the minimal value

of 2-SB over the class of graphs, G(n,m), which

consists of graphs with n vertices and m edges.

DATE: Monday, September 23rd at 2pm

WHERE: Sally 335