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Winter 2016 SE&T Colloquia

All presentations will be in P-240 on Tuesdays from 4:10-5:00pm. Refreshments will be served at 4:00pm

January 26



Data Mining in Physics Education Research: Searching for Features that Matter (124KB)

Dr. Chris Nakamura, Department of Physics

February 23



A proposed methodology to improve quantitative reasoning skills (57KB)

Dr. Danilo Sirias, Department of Management and Marketing

March 15



Learning Programming through Play: with Python and Minecraft (59KB)

Dr. Il-Hyung Cho, Department of Computer Science and Information Systems

March 29



Social Status and the Effects of Environmental Factors (120KB)

Dr. Art Martin, Deparment of Biology

April 5



Speckle denoising model using nonlocal similar neighborhoods (59KB)

Dr. Arundhati Misra, Department of Mathematical Sciences

April 12



Why a cardiovascular physiologist is concerned with macrophages (58KB)

Dr. Jay Scott, Department of Biology

April 19





Dr. Amalene Cooper-Morgan, Quinsigamond Community College

Host:   Dr. Frank Hall