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Re: [dc-math] Call for volunteer speakers

From: Andrew K.
Sent on: Sunday, August 25, 2013 10:05 PM
On Mon, Aug 19, 2013 at 11:11:01AM -0400, amk wrote:
>    I now have a plan for hosting math lectures at the DC public library.If
>    you're willing to give a presentation on a mathematical
>    topic, please send me an e-mail at <[address removed]>.

I've now borrowed the projector, and also had a chance to go look at
the MLK Library's lower-level meeting room and at the new Digital
Commons area (which is quite attractive).

So I'll repeat my call for speakers: if you'd like to present
something on a mathematical topic, please let me know.  A meeting
could accommodate anything from 5-minute lighting talks to a 60-minute
lecture; more variety is better.

Thanks, everyone!

A.M. Kuchling
[address removed]

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