Spatial Graphs School at Williams College June 20-21

On June 20-21, there will be a Spatial Graphs School at Williams, including talks by five visiting mathematicians, and by SMALL participants. All talks will occur in 101 Stetson Court. Everyone is welcome. Schedule appears here: Wed., June 20 9:00-9:30     “State matrix recursion method to enumerate various lattice models”,… Continue reading »

What Residential System Should Williams Use?

Williams is in the process of evaluating the current residential system and trying to come up with new models for housing. Currently, the College uses the neighborhood system, wherein the College is divided into four neighborhoods. Upon finishing the first year, students enter a given neighborhood and remain… Continue reading »

The UnKnot Conference

Two weeks ago, the first UnKnot Conference was held in Granville, Ohio at Denison University. And no, UnKnot does not stand for a conference devoted to the properties of the trivial knot, which would be short conference indeed, but rather for the Undergraduate Knot Theory Conference. Organized by… Continue reading »