Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Calendar & Events

Our department is very active with speaking events, student club activities, and celebrations of milestones. At the end of the spring semester, the department holds an awards banquet to recognize the achievements of our students and award scholarships. Our main speaking series is the R. W. Yeagy Colloquium, sponsored by the College of Sciences and Mathematics.

Here are the main speaking events in our department for Spring 2010. Click on the links for the event's flyer/abstract or PowerPoint presentation. Following the list is a Google calendar of departmental events and links to evens from past semesters.

25 January R.W. Yeagy Colloquium Michael Collyer, SFASU Department of Biology
  A framework for analysis of multivariate trajectories in ecological and evolutionary studies
5 February Math Clubs  
8 February R.W. Yeagy Colloquium David Milan, UT Tyler
A Tour of C*-Algebras Generated by Partial Isometries
15 February R.W. Yeagy Colloquium

LURE, Sam Houston State University
Mathematical Model of Invasive Acquatic Vegetation

22 February R.W. Yeagy Colloquium Greg Miller, SFASU Dept of Math & Stats
Special Functions: Representations and Their Wide Appeal in Mathematics
1 March R.W. Yeagy Colloquium Clint Richardson, SFASU Dept of Math & Stats
Special Functions: Representations and Their Wide Appeal in Mathematics, Part 2
5 March Math Clubs  
8 March R.W. Yeagy Colloquium Greg Miller, SFASU Dept of Math & Stats
Special Functions: Representations and Their Wide Appeal in Mathematics, Part 3
26 March Math Clubs  
29 March Student Presentation  
8-10 April Texas Section Meeting of MAA  
12 April R.W. Yeagy Colloquium Matt Hoffman, Johns Hopkins University
Data Assimilation for Geophysical Systems: From the Earth to Mars
26 April R. W. Yeagy Colloquium

Kim Childs, SFASU Dept of Math & Stats
Research-Based Best Practices in Mathematics Teacher Preparation

28 April Math Banquet Annual Math Banquet, Twilight Ballroom, 6:30 p.m.
7 May Math Clubs Spring Picnic (Tentative)

 

Event schedules from past semesters: