# Weekly Seminar Schedule

## Friday, September 29

**3:30 pm – Graduate Student Seminar**see Discord

**Math 103**

*(Only for Graduate Students)*

## Monday, October 2

**3:00 pm – Colloquium**no meeting

Math 103

## Tuesday, October 3

**11:00 am – Math Education**

*Math Education and AI: How does the rise of AI mirror past technological developments in terms of the acceptance/rejection by teachers of mathematics?*

Math 108

**2:00 pm – C&OMark Kayll:**

*Combinatorics Work Group*

Math 311

**3:00 pm – Applied MathEmily Stone:**

*Building and analyzing a discrete dynamical system for coupled inhibitory neurons with short term synaptic plasticity.*

Math 211

## Wednesday, October 4

**3:00 pm – Undergraduate Student Seminar**

**Elizabeth Gillaspy:**

*Volterra's Function and Other Counterexamples: or, Why Hypotheses are Important*

Math 211

*(Only for Undergraduate Students)*

**4:00 pm – AnalysisKyle Nemeth: **

*An introduction to fractional derivatives*

Math 311

## Friday, October 6

**3:30 pm – Graduate Student Seminar**see Discord

**Math 103**

*(Only for Graduate Students)*

### For more information, please contact the seminar organizers:

- Analysis: Elizabeth Gillaspy
- Applied Math: Leonid Kalachev
- Colloquium: Cory Palmer
- Combinatorics & Optimization: Mark Kayll
- Graduate Student Seminar: Ryan Wood
- Math Ed: Matt Roscoe
- Undergraduate Student Seminar: Nikolaus Vonessen