Events

Monday, May 14

Approaches to Math Instruction by Edward Lauber '18

Pedagogical Approaches to Mathematics Instruction: Finding a Balance Between Lectures and DIscovery Mathematics Senior Thesis Defense Abstract: Math...

The Density of States of RNA by Eliza Matt '18

Mathematics Senior Thesis Defense Abstract: RNA molecules can adopt a multitude of fold configurations of varying free energy G. The Boltzmann probability...

Art History Senior Thesis Colloquium

10:00 Hayley Eve Tartell, Snake Charming and the Senses: A Ninteenth-Century Orientalist Fantasy 10:40 Katherine M. Priest, America's Second Art City: Sun,...

Longitudinal Regression Trees by Anna Neufeld '18

Mathematics Senior Thesis Defense Abstract: Growing scientific evidence suggests that exposure to environmental pollutants during key periods of...

On Higher Distance Commuting Matrices by Madeleine Elyze '18

Mathematics Senior Thesis Defense Abstract: In general, matrix multiplication is not a commutative operation. However, certain pairs of matrices commute. ...

Monday Meditation (Thompson Chapel)

Silent meditation, noon-12:30pm, every Monday in the Zen Meditation Room located in the lower level of Thompson Chapel. All are welcome!

Physics Thesis Talks

Please join students, Sam Alterman, Ellery Galvin, Eliza Matt, Ashay Patel, Emily Stump and Bingyi Wang during their physics thesis presentations. ...

Chris Hough Deane '19, clarinet

Chris Hough Deane '19 offers a late afternoon concert of music for clarinet.

Geosciences Thesis Presentations

3:00 pm: Jacob Cyntrynbaum: "How Can Storm Waves Move Very Large Boulders: Investigations in a Wave Tank" 3:20 pm: Tiim Nagle-McNaughton: "Photogrammetric...

Stacks As Artifacts. Exhibit in Sawyer Library

Final project of students in REL 215, “The New Testament: From Word to Book”. This two-part exhibit starts in Sawyer Atrium with 24 New Testament selected by...

Cello Studio Recital

The talented students of Nathaniel Parke give a performance of classic works for the cello.

Monday, May 14