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  Events for February 13, 2018

Spring Job Fair RESUME DAYS!!

- Location: Career Development Center
(9:00 AM - 4:00 PM)
In preparation for the Spring Job Fair taking place on Thursday, February 15, stop into the Career Development Center to get your resume critiqued on Tuesday, February 13 or Wednesday, February 14 between 9am-4pm.

Learn Tai Chi for Free with Master from China!

- Location: Multipurpose Room, 2nd floor, Joyce and Walton
(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 for further information!

Math Research Talk by Dr. Jamie Juul

- Location: Myers 228
(12:20 PM - 1:20 PM)
The Division of Mathematics and Computer Science is pleased to announce a research talk by Dr. Jamie Juul, a candidate for the tenure-track position in mathematics. Dr. Juul’s talk will take place on Tuesday, February 13, from 12:20 pm - 1:10 pm in Room 228 of Myers Hall. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Title: Arithmetic Dynamics and Periodic Points

Abstract: Arithmetic Dynamics is the study of arithmetic properties of dynamical systems. A discrete dynamical system consists of a set and a function from the set to itself. One of the main goals is to determine what happens to each point in the set when we apply the map repeatedly. In this talk we will focus on functions defined by polynomials and our sets will be finite sets, called finite fields. We will consider the question: How many points in our set should we expect to eventually return to themselves as we iterate the function? Such points are called periodic points of the function. We will get intuition about the answer to this question from a familiar problem in probability theory. Then we will state some results and, if time permits, give an idea of the tools that go into the proofs.

The Community Table Cooking Class: Valentine's Day Desserts

- Location: The Community Table, Second Floor of Powell
(5:00 PM - 7:00 PM)
Tuesday, February 13 from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
with Josie Owens
Eat what you make!

Saxon Swipe or $8
(Cash, Credit, Dining Dollars, or Fiat Bux)

Sign up by Monday, February 12.
Call 871-2285 or email
Class size is limited.

Men's Basketball vs. Nazareth College

- Location: Terry S. Galanis Family Arena
(6:00 PM - 8:00 PM)
- Link:

Empire 8 Conference Match-up

AU's Carnaval & Mardi Gras: A Multicultural Experience

- Location: AU Language House, 12 Park Street
(6:00 PM - 7:00 PM)
Please join us for traditional Carnaval and Mardi Gras celebrations with a variety of delicious foods from around the globe, along with fun, cultural activities and games.

Women's Basketball vs. Nazareth College

- Location: Terry S. Galanis Family Arena
(8:00 PM - 10:00 PM)
- Link:

Empire 8 Conference Match-up

International Folk Dancing

- Location: Knight Club, PCC
(8:30 PM - 10:30 PM)
- Link: More info

We learn and do a variety of International Dances, many from the Balkans, Israel, Armenia, etc.

Everyone is welcome, no partner or experience necessary!