Department Colloquia

The Department hosts a weekly colloquium on Fridays at 1 PM. The Colloquium Coordinators, Kristen Roland and Nadun Kulasekera Mudiyanselage, arrange a variety of speakers of interest to our diverse department. Please watch the news on our main department website for announcements of locations.  If you are interested in presenting to our faculty and students, please let one of our colloquium coordinators know!

Spring 2023 Colloquia

  • January 27: Dr. Jacob Blazejewski, Michigan Technological U
  • February 3: Dr. Carl Mummert, Marshall U
  • February 10: Dr. Kelly Buch, Austin Peay State U
  • February 17: Dr. Rene Salinas
  • February 24: Dr. Tomas McIntee, Ion Innovations & Hurricane Lamp Press
  • March 24: Dr. Cecile Piret, Michigan Technological U
  • March 31: Jamie-Marie Miller, Eastern Kentucky U
  • April 21: Dr. Stephen Robinson, Wake Forest U
  • April 28: Dr. Michael Penn, Randolph College

Fall 2022 Colloquia

  • August 26: Jennifer Williams
  • September 9: Math Sciences Faculty Research Mini-presentations
  • Septembe 16: Tyrel Winebarger
  • September 23: Lester Mackey, Microsoft Research New England
  • September 30: Damji Heo Stratton, U of Missouri System
  • October 7: Kristen Roland
  • October 21: Mary Beth Searcy
  • October 28: Matt Cavallo, Harvard U
  • November 4: Julie Bessac, Argonne National Laboratory
  • November 11: Nalin Fonseka, Carolina U
  • December 2: Noah Hughes, Winston-Salem State U

Spring 2022 Colloquia 

  • January 28: Paul Sabin, ESPN
  • February 4: Matt Menickelly, Argonne National Lab
  • February 11: Arunabha Biswas, Virginia Tech
  • February 18, Michael Dorff, Brigham Young University
  • February 25: Toby Driscoll, University of Delaware
  • March 4: Joel Sanqui, Appalachian State University
  • March 18: Alex Lyford, Middlebury College
  • March 25: Casian Pantea, West Virginia University
  • April 1: Nadun Dissanayake, Appalachian State University
  • April 9: Hollylynne S. Lee, NC State University
  • April 22: Nii Okine, Appalachian State University

Archive of Past Colloquia