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Mathematics Colloquium Abstract: We will study a variation on combinatorial games where  instead of alternating moves  players bid (with discrete bidding chips) for the...Location: Bronfman Science Center

Sep 28 1:10pm What is a Pvalue Anyway? by Prof. Richard De VeauxStatistics Colloquium Abstract: Pvalues continue to cause controversy wherever they’re found. Last year the Psychology journal Basic and Applied Social Psychology decided...Location: Bronfman Science Center

Sep 28 5:30pm Math Puzzle NightJoin us for dinner at Math Puzzle Night, starting at 5:30 pm in the Dennett Private Dining Room, of Mission! Prof. Ralph Morrison will bring some math puzzles from contests...Location: Mission Park Dining Hall

Sep 29 9pm Math/Stat SnacksTake a break from your Thursday night work and come join the Math/Stat Department in the Bronfman Math/Stat Library. Snacks will be served from 9  10:00 pm.Location: Bronfman Science Center

Monomial Orders Uniquely Determined by their Induced Orders Prof. Gabriel Sosa, Amherst College Mathematics Faculty Seminar Abstract: When we are asked to write the...Location: Bronfman Science Center

Mathematics Colloquium Abstract: We have studied Abelian groups and their properties extensively in abstract algebra. Here we will introduce the notion of conjugacy classes...Location: Bronfman Science Center

Oct 3 5:30pm Monthly Math/Stat Department DinnerLocation: Mission Park Dining Hall

Oct 4 7pm Speed Date a Math/Stat MajorWhether you're thinking about majoring in Math/sSats, planning courses, or just looking for new friends, stop by Bronfman Library to hear about Math/Stats at Williams from...Location: Bronfman Science Center

Mathematics Colloquium Abstract: The synchronization of pulsecoupled biological oscillators such as pacemaker cells in the heart and networks of neurons has enormous...Location: Bronfman Science Center

Statistics Colloquium Abstract: We will look at the multiple testing problem that occurs when one considers a set of statistical inferences simultaneously. To do so, we...Location: Bronfman Science Center

Oct 5 5:30pm Math Puzzle NightJoin us for dinner at Math Puzzle Night, starting at 5:30 pm in the Dennett Private Dining Room, of Mission! Prof. Ralph Morrison will bring some math puzzles from contests...Location: Mission Park Dining Hall

Oct 6 4:15pm All the news that's fit to banExercise your freedom of inquiry, share your love of books, and learn about the treasures of the library in celebration of Banned Books Week! Join us on Thursday, October 6,...Location: Sawyer Library

Oct 6 9pm Math/Stat SnacksTake a break from your Thursday night work and come join the Math/Stat Department in the Bronfman Math/Stat Library. Snacks will be served from 9  10:00 pm.Location: Bronfman Science Center

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September 27th, 2016
Latin@s and Hispanics in the Mathematical Sciences
September 15October 15 is National Hispanic Heritage Month, a time when we recognize the accomplishments and contributions of Latin@s and...September 16th, 2016
The Mathematics of Coral Reef Health
Assistant Professor Julie Blackwood, together with her summer research students and collaborators from Bennington College use mathematics to investigate the...September 13th, 2016
“Dancing the Bronfman” Video
In honor of Professor Frank Morgan’s retirement, this summer, a group of Williams students at SMALL decided to remake one...August 31st, 2016
Blended Upper Level Math Classes
In September 2016, a team of mathematics faculty, technologists and instructional designers from six leading liberal arts colleges (LACOL member...June 7th, 2016
SARS at Williams – let’s hope not.
by Prof. Lauren ChildsMay 5th, 2016
Frank Morgan Celebration at Doddceum
The last Doddceum of the Academic Year, held on May 5, 2016 was dedicated to Professor Frank Morgan, Chair of...