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Frederick V. Pohle Colloquium in the History of Mathematics

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The Frederick V. Pohle Colloquium in the History of Mathematics was founded in September 1998. It is hosted by the Department of Mathematics & Computer Science at Adelphi University in Garden City, NY, 11530. The Colloquium is named in honor of our departed colleague, Fred Pohle, a former chairman of the department.

  • The colloquium usually meets on the first Wednesday of the month.
  • All talks are held in Alumnae Hall, room 116, at 4:15
  • Coffee is served at 4:00
  • Dinner with the speaker at a local restaurant generally follows each talk; everyone is welcome.

Digital video of Pohle Colloquia is made available by Adelphi University's Office of Information Technology. Contact www.pohlecolloquium.org.

Date: Wednesday, February 7, 2007

Speaker: TBA

Title: To be Announced

 

Date: Wednesday, March 7, 2007

Speaker: Prof. David Pengelly

Department of Mathematical Sciences

New Mexico State University

davidp@nmsu.edu

Title: Did Euclid Need the Euclidean Algorithm to Prove Unique Factorization?

 

Date: Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Speaker: Prof. Richard Jardine

Department of Mathematics

Keene State College

rjardine@keene.edu

Title: Linking Euler to Taylor: Connecting Discrete and Continuous Mathematics

 

Date: Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Speaker: Prof. Joel Silverberg

Department of Mathematics

Roger Williams University

joels@alpha.rwu.edu

Title: TBA

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