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7 reasons to skip the weekly research seminar (and why you should go anyway)*

January 16 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am MST

Speaker: Donna Calhoun
Associate Professor, Mathematics
Boise State University

Thursday, January 16th, at 10:30 AM in CCP Room 259

Topic: 7 reasons to skip the weekly research seminar (and why you should go anyway)*

Abstract:
If we are honest, we all have our list of perfectly good, rational, sensible reasons for skipping the weekly research colloquium. Top of the list is usually “I don’t have time”. But you know what? You should attend anyway! This talk will kick off the Computing Colloquium Series for Spring 2020. We have a full schedule of speakers and a new time : Thursday, 10:30AM and location in the City Center Plaza Building (Computer Science Department, downtown). Put this date and time on your calendar, and we look forward to seeing you this spring.

Computing PhD Program – The Boise State Computing PhD Program integrates research efforts across more than 10 disciplinary departments at Boise State with foundations in computer science and mathematics. The Program consists of four research emphases:  Computational Science and Engineering, Cybersecurity, Data Science and Computer Science. Donna Calhoun (Dept. of Mathematics and Chair of the Computing Colloquium Committee) will give this 2020 Colloquium Series kick-off talk.

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