Chicago, ILUSA 60626
September 11, 2006
Trying to learn how to dance socially and eager to meet others also interested in learning and practicing the art of dancing. All levels of expertise welcome.
Hello Miguel! It's been awhile since we've talked a bit of math in group. I've been busy at the IDES' work net Chicago office but I would like to ask you about developing an equation that would link the work force with the customer demographic base in order to establish the true value of an employee to his ( or her) employer so that the employer can hire more people as an investment. Please give me a call at 1-[masked] to let me know when we can meet. Thanks, Miguel.
Hi Miguel, my email is [masked] Please contact me and let me know if I can post an event in June with a live salsa band. Thank you :)
Miguel, We look forward to seeing you at this Sunday’s platform -- James Swartz: “Substance Abuse Policy in America: The Forgotten War” – should be an interesting discussion. Please plan to stay for coffee hour directly following the talk. If you want to learn more about the society you can speak to any of the members on Sunday or feel free to check out the website: http://ethicalhuman.org/
I also really wanted to see the 3D version of Life of Pi and was upset that the theatre had changed the time for the film. I should have double checked the show time on Friday but i didn't. Sorry. The people who showed up decided to see the 2d version. Sorry that we missed you.
Hi Miguel -- Eduardo on the Eventos en Espan~ol group has posted a meetup at my flamenco dance event, Twilight at the Alhambra. Would it be okay to post a link to that event on your group? It's going to be a unique flamenco event in that there will be a mini-dance class for beginners, plus live rumba music (Gipsy Kings style) for everyone to dance to following the professional flamenco show. If you care to link to it . . . http://www.meetup.com/EventsinSpanish...
Thank your for your donation, Miguel! It's greatly appreciated!
I am a math undergrad at Princeton living in the Evanston area for a year. I'm interested in connecting with people here (I know very few), as well as expanding my technical skills in differential equations and dynamical systems. I have done some work in modeling cells, and I would like to keep that up.
Can we try to post another meetup soon? I was very excited about it, and I could bring a friend or two who are also interested in math.
Where were people during the last math meetup? I showed up at Panera, but couldn't find anybody there...