Events

Feb 23
Tuhin Sahai, United Technologies Research Center

Complex networks such as building systems, UAV swarms and communication networks are of paramount importance to modern day applications. In this talk, we construct efficient algorithms to analyze and propagate uncertainty in these systems.

Feb 23
Dr. Tina Lu

Dr. Tina Lu is a scholar of Chinese literature from 1550 to 1750. In 2016, Yale named Lu the inaugural head of the new Pauli Murray College, named to honor this Durham-raised civil and human rights activist.

Feb 25

The 3rd Annual Embodied Learning Summit is part of the Bass Connections project team Mindfulness and Human Development.

Mar 01
Amy Anderson

Amy Anderson, a faculty mentor for PebblePad, will walk you through creating your first portfolio items in PebblePad, plus how to create assignments for students (or others) to complete.

Mar 01
Gary King

A student lunch will take place 11:45-1:00. The seminar is 3:30-5:00.

Mar 02
Jorge Silva (SAS)

Light lunch provided.

Mar 03
Harry Crane

Light lunch provided.

Mar 04

The theme this year is “Uncharted Waters.” We have 11 amazing community-nominated speakers from a wide array of disciplines expanding the frontier of knowledge in new, exciting ways. Join us for interesting ideas, food, and a free t-shirt for the first 300 guests!

Mar 08
Molly Griffith and Zapoura Newton-Calvert

Molly Griffith (Associate Director, Office of Academic Innovation) and Zapoura Newton-Calvert (Faculty in Residence for Engagement) will reveal some of the professional portfolios being developed by students, speak to the kinds of departments and organizations using PebblePad on campus and explore how PebblePad is implemented in the classroom.

Mar 09
Mike Dolan Fliss (CounterTools)

Light lunch provided.

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