SU Math Chats are a new, less formal series of talks given by Math Dept. faculty about subjects they find especially engaging or of interest. These presentations will always conclude with a discussion session, where students may ask questions or interact with our faculty on the event's topic. These Chats will be held fall and winter quarters via Zoom. The link can be found in the ConnectSU announcements or by contacting Math Dept. assistant John Teegarden: firstname.lastname@example.org. For other details, please reach out to organizer Jeff Boersema: Boersema@seattleu.edu.
All talks on Thursdays at 3:45pm via Zoom
|March 4, 2021||Eric Bahuaud||Gauss-Bonnet Theorem|
|January 14, 2021||Steven Klee||Graphs, Combinatoris, & Topology|
|November 5, 2020||McLean Sloughter, Seattle University||Randomization Tests|
|October 22, 2020||Jeff Boersema, Seattle University||The Four Color Theorem|