On Mondays and Wednesdays when classes are in session, there will be meditation at noon in the lower level of Thompson Chapel. 30 minutes, silent meditation. No service or instruction. All are welcome.Find out more »
Join us this Wednesday, from 12:15 to 1:15 pm, for lunch and conversation in Italian in the Driscoll Lounge.Find out more »
Modeling Financial Crises With Stochastic Calculus by William Chen '19, at the Mathematics Colloquium today 1-1:45 pm, Stetson Court Classroom 101.Find out more »
Blood donations have been dropping nationally, and your help is needed! Please consider donating at the Red Cross Blood Drive on Wednesday 9/19, 1-6pm. WCJA will be tabling in Paresky on Mon 9/17 and Tues 9/18 from 11:30 to 1, or you can email eml6 to sign up for a slot. Thank you!Find out more »
Faculty Panel on post-Williams possibilities today! Statistics faculty will share their experiences and advice on careers, grad school, and the “real world.” Bring your questions!
Faculty Panel on post-Williams possibilities! Statistics faculty will share their experiences and advice on careers, grad school, and the "real world." Bring your questions! Wednesday, September 19, 1:10 - 1:50 pm, Stetson Court Classroom 105Find out more »
Assistant Professor Greg Phelan will present an Economics department seminar based on joint work with Thomas Eisenbach of the NY Fed: "Cournot Fire Sales".Find out more »
A public conversation with artists Junior Pakapym and Daniel Minter about their work and its inspiration, September 19, 4 p.m. Antonio dos Santos Cerqueira Junior (aka Junior Pakapym) is a digital artist and painter whose work draws on the rich iconography of Afro-Brazilian religious and cultural imagery. Daniel Minter is a Maine-based painter, sculptor, illustrator and assemblage artist whose work is profoundly influenced by his roots in southern African American culture and his decades of exploration of artistic and religious traditions of the African diaspora. Rachel Harding, Sterling Brown '22 Visiting Professor of Africana Studies, will facilitate a conversation between the artists with slides of their work. Both artists explore Afro-Diasporan religious sensibilities and environmental/racial justice concerns.Find out more »
MQ kick-off meeting, Wednesday, September 19th, 6 pm – 7:30 pm, Paresky 220. Come collaborate on fun and challenging math problems over dinner! Free swipe.
MQ kick-off meeting, Wednesday, September 19th, 6 pm - 7:30 pm, Paresky 220. Come collaborate on fun and challenging math problems over dinner! Free swipe.Find out more »
Journalist, activist and commentator Eric Laursen will discuss his new book The Duty to Stand AsideFind out more »