the borders of scholarship and developing higher-order skills: communication, analysis, synthesis, initiative, curiosity, responsibility, leadership, teamwork and creativity. It's about open-ended learning. It's about you, and your love of learning.
Come and explore the Capstone Design Symposium for Mechatronics Engineering!
MathSoc celebrates the number Pi.
Come out for free Pi(e), a Pi(e) eating contest and much more!
Open to all students, staff and Faculty!
Professor Jennifer Clapp speaks about the challenge of embedding equity and sustainability into the global food system.
Mathematical models are central to making ecological prediction. However, most applied ecological fields including invasion biology, we are challenged by limited information, limited resources and limited time. As such, to be relevant for policy and provide advice in a timely manner, we must make predictions using the data available. I will focus on invasion biology - a global driver of environmental change and one which costs billions to society annually. I will present models and results for forecasting biological invasions, given data limitations and the inherent uncertainty.
Speaker: Elijah Millgram, University of Utah
Title of Talk: Who was the author of Neitzsche's Zarathustra?
Fashion for Change is proud to hold our fourth annual charity fashion show this Friday, March 14!
Using the coverage in the U.S. newspapers post September 11, 2001, this talk will uncover the multifaceted use of the term, "Islamophobia". Even though the term Islamophobia was used commonly in the U.S. press after 9/11, Dr. Mohamed argues that, owing to its multiple definitions, Islamophobia became an ambiguous term.