Designed for a broad audience, Longwood's Mathematics and Computer Science Colloquium is an interesting and varied series exploring ideas and developments in the fields of mathematics, computer science, and mathematics education. Unless otherwise indicated, presentations are in Ruffner 354, beginning at 4 p.m., and lasting about an hour.
Thursday, September 6: “Poison! A Brief Introduction to Game Theory and Adaptive Learning,” by Dr. Jacquie Rische, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Marymount University
Thursday, September 27: “Computer Science in the Not-for-profit Community,” Dr. Scott McElfresh, Longwood University
Thursday, October 18: “Uncovering the Truth with Design of Experiments” Dr. David Edwards, Associate Professor of Statistics, Department of Statistical Sciences & Operations Research Virginia Commonwealth University
Tuesday, November 13: “A Decade’s View of Secondary Mathematics in Virginia: Where We’ve Come, Where We’re Going, and a Focus on Math Teacher Retention” Mr. Brandon M. Taylor, Instructor of Mathematics and Statistics, The Roanoke Valley Governor’s School for Science and Technology