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Re: [dc-math] Call for volunteer speakers

From: Jeffrey C. J.
Sent on: Monday, August 26, 2013 11:50 AM
I can probably to arrange to make it Tuesday.  Me, I like all kinds of math things like stuff I know well like the Collatz conjecture or discrete mathematics and albian groups to stuff I wish I knew more like Cantor Infinities and Tensor Calculus.  Not sure how I could turn any into a lecture but I want to make sure Math is recognized as fun and interesting and if I can inject some of the wonder back into it, I surely would.


On 26 August[masked]:17, amk - [address removed] <meetup.timehorse.0da128937a.amk#[address removed]> wrote:
On Mon, Aug 26, 2013 at 06:18:14AM -0400, Michael wrote:
> When is the presentation?

No date has been set, and we'd schedule around the presenter's

An evening lecture would have to be on Monday or Tuesday when the MLK
Library is open until 9PM.  Other days the library is only open until
5 or 5:30PM.  We could also schedule a lecture on the weekend.


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