Fall Faculty Lecture Series - Tzu-Yi Chen

Wednesday, October 10, 2012
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Frank Dining Hall - Blue Room
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Fall Faculty Lecture Series
Tzu-Yi-Chen, Associate Professor of Computer Science will deliver a talk titled: "A Graph-Based Perspective on the World."

Wednesday, October 10, 12pm - Frank Blue Room

The Fall Faculty Lecture Series offers a diverse range of lectures from the College's distinguished faculty. All lectures begin at 12:10 p.m. in the Frank Dining Hall Blue Room. Please plan to arrive at noon to sign in and get your lunch before the lecture begins. 

2012 Fall Faculty Lectures 

September 12 - William Swartz, professor of physical education and soccer coach
Title of talk TBA

September 19 - Johanna Hardin, associate professor of mathematics
Finding Life's Music Through Statistical Noise

September 26 - Richard McKirahan, Edwin Clarence Norton Professor of Classics and Professor of Philosophy
Progress on Pythagoras and the Value of Interdisciplinarity

October 10 - Tzu-Yi-Chen, Associate Professor of Computer Science
Title of talk TBA

October 31 - Mark Allen, Associate Professor of Art
Machine Project Presents!

November 14 - Lynn Rapaport, Henry Snyder Professor of Sociology
Zap! Pow! Bam! Superman Fights the Nazis

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