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  Events for April 28, 2015

Writing Center Workshop: Writing Exams

- Location: Seidlin 016
(12:20 PM - 1:10 PM)
Essay exams getting you stressed? Get ready for finals with the Writing Center’s workshop, "Essay Exams: Short but Sweet!" on Tuesday, April 28 at 12:20 p.m. in the Seidlin computer lab (Seidlin 016) across from the Writing Center.

There will be pizza and candy for those who sign up. To sign up, go to https://alfred.mywconline... and look for the workshop on the schedule for April 28.

Math Talk ’Symmetric Products of Graphs’ - Evan Witz

- Location: Myers Hall Rm. 334
(12:20 PM - 1:20 PM)
The AU Math Division Presents a Math Talk presented by Evan Witz.

The talk will be on Tuesday, April 28 at 12:20 p.m. in Myers Hall Rm. 334

Title: "This is a graph theory based talk in which we discuss the concept of a hyperspace graph. Graphs are useful in many different sorts of modeling, from turing machines in Computer Science to evolutionary trees in Biology. Graphs are useful in these regards because they give a very intuitive way of showing how elements of finite sets (such as machine states in turing machines, or species/families/etc. in evolutionary trees) interact with one another. This is done by establishing adjacencies between members of the sets that are in some way related. However, we may also want to construct a way to relate multiple members of our sets to others; that is, rather than observing one turing machine state or species at a time, we may want to see how a collection of states or species interact with other such collections. Our hyperspace graphs provide a method for this. In this talk, we will describe these hyperspace graphs, and establish several theorems dealing with their planarity, order, size and classification."

All are welcome, bring a friend!

Pizza and soda will be served while it lasts!

Annual Scholes Lecture

- Location: Nevin's Theater, Powell Campus Center 2nd Floor
(8:00 PM - 10:00 PM)
The Division of Chemistry at Alfred University would like to announce the 17th Annual Samuel R. Scholes, Jr. Lecture to be given on Tuesday, 28th of April 2015 in the Nevins Theater at 8 p.m.

This Year’s Lecture will be given by Suzanne Quillen Lomax, senior conservation scientist, National Gallery of Art.

The title of this year’s lecture will be: The Application of Chemistry to the Examination of Works of Art.
The talk will focus on the application of various techniques to the examination of paintings and sculpture. Examples will be presented from the collection of the National Gallery of Art.

For more information on attending the Lecture contact Bailey Grillo at grillo@alfred.edu or stop in to Myers 108.

Win a $100 Gift Card!

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Please take the Alfred University Dining - AVI Fresh Survey and earn a chance to win a $100 gift card! Information obtained from this survey is used to continually improve the dining program at AU. Complete this survey by Friday, May 1 in order to be eligible for the gift card.