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Events for February 9, 2018
Learn Tai Chi for Free with Master from China!
(9:00 AM - 10:00 AM)
Tai Chi has been proven to be one of the world's best exercises, for your physical and mental health, learn Tai Chi with us! Taught by Master Fang, an award-winning martial art master from China, teaching us step by step, you will learn 24 forms, Qigong, and Yang Style Tai Chi.
The time is 9:00-10:00 every morning
The location will be on the second floor of Mclane Center, the multipurpose room.
Join the fun, no limitation of gender and age!
Join whenever you want or contact Charles Chen at Cheny@alfred.edu for further information!
(11:00 AM - 12:00 PM)
- Attachment 1: Heart Health Flyer
Heart Healthy Living: The Beat Goes On
Friday, February 9
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Powell Campus Center- Kenyon/Allen Room
Your best defense against coronary artery disease and other cardiovascular problems, including stroke, is knowledge. Learn what causes heart disease, your controllable and uncontrollable risks, and lifestyle choices for a healthy heart.
Brought to you by BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York. Faculty/Staff/Students are all welcome to attend.
Math Talk! with Dr. Kevin Gerstle
(12:20 PM - 1:00 PM)
The Division of Mathematics and Computer Science is pleased to announce a research talk by Dr. Kevin Gerstle, a candidate for the tenure-track position in mathematics. Dr. Gerstle’s talk will take place on Friday, February 9, from 12:20 pm - 1:10 pm in Room 227 of Myers Hall. Everyone is welcome to attend. Title: Brownian Motion, H-Functions, and the Art of Teleportation Abstract: The harmonic measure distribution function, or h-function, of a two-dimensional domain is a function relating the geometry of the domain to the shape of its boundary. In this talk, we will explore the random movement of Brownian particles inside several different types of domains and explore how h-functions may be simulated using teleportation, a process in which particles take large random steps that reach the end of their journeys much faster than with true Brownian motion. Be warned: audience participants may get the chance to become randomly moving particles themselves!
Laser Tag: Friday Night
(8:00 PM - 12:00 AM)
Come play Laser Tag this Friday night from 8:00 pm to Midnight in the Joyce & Walton Center. Up to eight players per team are welcome to play! FREE!!!!!!