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Introduction to (modern) Polyhedral Geometry. This lecture defines convex sets and polyhedra and proves a few statements about convex sets and polyhedra.

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AI Speaker Series: ChatGPT, Large Language Models & Their Real-World Applications

An interactive discussion on generative AI (genAI) and the real-world applications of large language models, ChatGPT, and other genAI tools, led by the Information Technology Services team in the…

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Exploring the Mind: Sensorimotor Plasticity, Cognitive Flexibility and the Bilingual Brain: A Neuroemergentist Perspective.

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2023-11-03_Alberini-Lecture_Nettrice-Gaskins

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SITT 2023 - Letters From Your Besties: Reflection, Google Docs and Leveraging Peer Wisdom by Russ Carpenter

This talk was given at the 2023 Summer Institute on Teaching and Technology. In this Live-Action Presentation I will illustrate some of the ways that I use google docs in my upper division writing…

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524 Bradford

This interview is with Kent J. Bradford, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Plant Sciences. He was appointed in 1982 (initially in the Vegetable Crops Department) and retired in 2019. Kent’s…

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Breaking into Finance after Your Physics Degree by Peter Salzman

Peter completed his doctorate in physics at UCD with Steven Carlip in 2005, researching the semi-classical theory of gravitation. He decided to forgo looking for a postdoc, and instead, taught for a…

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Drawing With Math: How I landed in a data visualization career (Desireé Abbott)

In this seminar, Desireé Abbott talks about how leaving grad school with a master's degree was one of the best decisions she ever made and how that set her on the path to find her true…

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520 Leo Chalupa

This interview is with Leo Chalupa, Distinguished Professor Emeritus and Chair Emeritus of Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior. He was appointed in 1975 and retired in 2009 to accept a position…

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David Burger honoring Heiner Lieth

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History Domestication and Uses of Phaseolus Beans

Jorge Berny leads a seminar about the history, domestication, and cultural uses of Phaseolus beans.

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Adventures as an Optical Engineer

Fernando Erismann (BS Applied Physics 1991) speaks on April 7, 2023 in the Alumni Seminar Series

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Tom Wood 2022 WAC - Chitosan, Crop Input

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Fred Darland 2022 WAC - Sustainable Water Management Software

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Chancellor's Colloquium with Joseph Patel - November 3rd, 2022

Joseph Patel ’94, winner of an Academy Award and a Grammy in 2022, returned to campus as a guest for the first Chancellor’s Colloquium of the new academic year. Patel has a long history…

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DOLCE - October 7, 2022 - Faculty presentations on dual mode instruction and a podcast project

Our first fall event, a DOLCE meeting that took place this coming Friday, October 7, at noon via Zoom, featured four speakers, two of them faculty. Ian Korf, Professor of Molecular and Cellular…

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