Fall 2023 Schedule

Sept 14- Mathematical Scientists are Social! Social


Sept 28- Colin Starr, Willamette University

Colin is a combinatorist with expertise in graph theory and matroids. This talk will likely focus on recent work with visibility graphs.


Oct 12- Renata Gerecke, NYC Mayor’s Office

Renata is a quantitative policy advisor for the New York City Mayor’s Office of Operations.

(this will be a Zoom talk)


Oct 26- Robert Chang, Reed College

Robert’s work examines questions at the intersection of mathematical physics, probability, and complex analysis.


Nov 9- Jens Mache, L&C

Jens will tell us the story of how he came to do computer science at Lewis & Clark.


Nov 30- No Colloquium.



Talks are twice monthly on Thursdays, 4:00-5:00 p.m. in Howard 132.

All are welcome!


Visit the Past Colloquia page for a list of talks from recent semesters.