Arthur T. Benjamin: Research Talks


  1. Harvey Mudd College Undergraduate Math Forum, Optimal Leapfrogging, Fall 1989.

  2. Stanford University Operations Research Colloquium, Graphs, Maneuvers and Turnpikes, Fall 1989.

  3. Santa Clara University Mathematics Colloquium, Optimal Leapfrogging, Fall 1989.

  4. Southern California Section MAA Meeting, Optimal Leapfrogging, Spring 1990.

  5. Claremont Colleges Math Colloquium, Graphs, Maneuvers and Turnpikes, Spring 1990.

  6. Harvey Mudd College Stauffer Series, Graphs, Maneuvers and Turnpikes, Summer 1990.

  7. Harvey Mudd College Undergraduate Math Forum, The Bisection Method: Which Root? Fall 1990.

  8. ORSA National Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, Improved Methods for Finding Negative Cycles in a Graph, Summer 1991.

  9. Trinity University Mathematics Seminar, Odd Numbers in Pascal's Triangle, Spring 1992.

  10. Claremont Colleges Math Colloquium, How to Win at Poker, Spring 1992.

  11. ORSA National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, How to Win at Poker, Fall 1992.

  12. Harvey Mudd College Undergraduate Math Forum, The Birthday Inequality, Fall 1992.

  13. ORSA National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, Sensible Rules for Remembering Duals, Spring 1993.

  14. Claremont Combinatorics Colloquium, Generatingfunctionology in Action (3 parts), Spring 1993.

  15. Harvey Mudd College Stauffer Series, The S-O-B Method, Summer 1993.

  16. Caltech Combinatorics Seminar, How Do I Marry Thee? Let Me Count the Ways!, Fall 1993.

  17. Carleton College Math Colloquium, How Do I Marry Thee? Let Me Count the Ways!, Fall 1993.

  18. St. Olaf College Math Colloquium, How Do I Marry Thee? Let Me Count the Ways!, Fall 1993.

  19. Claremont Colleges Math Colloquium, How Do I Marry Thee? Let Me Count the Ways!, Spring 1994.

  20. Claremont Combinatorics Colloquium, Combinatorics and Campus Security, Spring 1994.

  21. SIAM Symposium on Discrete Mathematics, Albuquerque, NM, How Do I Marry Thee? Let Me Count the Ways!, Summer 1994.

  22. Harvey Mudd College Stauffer Series, How Do I Marry Thee? Let Me Count the Ways!, Summer 1994.

  23. International Mathematical Programming Society International Symposium on Mathematical Programming, Ann Arbor, MI, Introduction to Duality: The S-O-B Method, (invited session organizer), Summer 1994.

  24. Harvey Mudd College Undergraduate Math Forum, Backwards Induction: The Arithmetic-Geometric Mean Inequality, Fall 1994.

  25. Harvey Mudd College Stauffer Series, The Tenure Game, Spring 1995.

  26. Southern California Section MAA Meeting, Mathematical Magic with Fibonacci Numbers, Spring 1995.

  27. Caltech Combinatorics Seminar, Combinatorics and Campus Security, Fall 1995.

  28. The Fourth Los Angeles Conference on Magic History, The Lives and Methods of Lightning Calculators, Fall 1995.

  29. Harvey Mudd College Undergraduate Math Forum, Combinatorics and Campus Security, Fall 1995.

  30. Joint Meetings of the AMS/MAA/SIAM, Orlando, FL, Determinants of the Tournaments, Spring 1996.

  31. Southeastern Conference on Combinatorics and Graph Theory, Baton Rouge, LA, Strong Chromatic Indices of Subset Graphs, Fall 1996.

  32. Santa Clara University Mathematics Colloquium, Odd Numbers in Pascal's Triangle , Spring 1996.

  33. Pacific Northwest Section of the MAA, Portland, OR, Mathematical Magic with Fibonacci Numbers, Spring 1996.

  34. Claremont Colleges Math Colloquium, The Probabilistic Method, Spring 1996.

  35. The Skeptics Society, Caltech, Pasadena, CA, The Lives and Methods of Lightning Calculators, Summer 1996.

  36. Harvey Mudd College Undergraduate Math Forum, Binomial Coefficients Mod p, Spring 1997.

  37. Claremont Combinatorics Colloquium, Paths to a Multinomial Inequality, Spring 1997.

  38. Harvey Mudd College Stauffer Series, Binomial Coefficients Mod p, Spring 1997

  39. ORSA National Meeting, Harvey Mudd College Mathematics Clinic, San Diego, CA, Summer 1997.

  40. Southern California Section MAA Meeting, Magic "Squares" Indeed!, Fall 1997,

  41. Harvey Mudd College Undergraduate Math Forum, Determinants of the Tournaments, Fall 1997.

  42. Claremont Colleges Math Colloquium, Magic "Squares" Indeed!, Spring 1998.

  43. Johns Hopkins University, "Goldmanfest", The Best Way to Knock 'em Down, Spring 1999.

  44. University of Arizona Math Colloquium, Recounting Fibonacci Numbers and Continued Fractions, Spring 1999.

  45. Claremont Combinatorics Colloquium, The Mathematics of Cootie, Spring 1999.

  46. Claremont Combinatorics Colloquium, Recounting Fibonacci Numbers and Continued Fractions, Spring 1999.

  47. Michigan Section of the MAA, Ypsilanti, MI, Recounting Fibonacci Numbers and Continued Fractions, Summer 1999.

  48. Kalamazoo Area Math and Science Center, Kalamazoo, MI, The Best Way to Knock 'em Down, Summer 1999.

  49. Southern California Section MAA Meeting, Magical Moments in Teaching, Fall 1999.

  50. George Mason University, Operations Research Colloquium, The Best Way to Knock 'em Down, Fall 1999.

  51. Claremont Combinatorics Colloquium, The Best Way to Knock 'em Down, Fall 1999.

  52. Humoldt State Universty, Harry S. Kieval Semi-Annual Lecture in Mathematics, The Art of Mental Calculation, Fall 1999.

  53. Humboldt State University Mathematics Colloquium, The Best Way to Knock 'em Down, Fall 1999.

  54. Eastern Pennsylvania-Delaware Section of the MAA, Recounting Fibonacci Numbers and Continued Fractions, Fall 1999.

  55. Joint Meetings of the AMS/MAA/SIAM, Washington DC, Magical Moments in Teaching, (acceptance speech for Haimo Prize for outstanding teaching), January 21, 2000.

  56. Carnegie-Mellon University, Theoretical Computer Science Colloquium, The Best Way to Knock 'em Down, February 18, 2000.

  57. Cal Poly Mathematics Colloquium, San Luis Obispo CA, The Best Way to Knock 'em Down, May 11, 2000.

  58. CSUN Mathematics Colloquium, Northridge CA, The Best Way to Knock 'em Down, May 12, 2000.

  59. Tenth SIAM Conference on Discrete Mathematics, Minneapolis MN, Recounting Fibonacci Numbers and Continued Fractions, June 13, 2000.

  60. The Magic Castle, Hollywood CA, The Art of Mathematical Magic, July 9, 2000.

  61. MSRI Workshop on Combinatorial Games, Berkeley CA, Le Her, July 26, 2000.

  62. MAA MathFest 2000, UCLA, Los Angeles CA, (Project NEXT Panel discussion ), Balancing Personal Life with Professional Life August 2, 2000.

  63. MAA MathFest 2000, UCLA, Los Angeles CA, (Master of Ceremonies for Opening Banquet) Mathematical Constance, August 2, 2000.

  64. Claremont Combinatorics Colloquium, Composite Fermions and Integer Partitions, Fall 2000.

  65. Southern California Section MAA Meeting, "Who Wants to be a Mathematician?" (game show with Ernie Solheid) Fall 2000.

  66. Oberlin College, Oberlin OH, Recounting Fibonacci Numbers and Continued Fractions, November 9, 2000.

  67. Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland OH, Recounting Fibonacci Numbers and Continued Fractions, November 10, 2000.

  68. University of Nevada, Las Vegas NV, Recounting Fibonacci Numbers and Continued Fractions, November 30, 2000.

  69. Caltech Combinatorics Seminar, Pasadena CA, Composite Fermions and Integer Partitions, December 7, 2000.

  70. Western Number Theory Conference, University of San Diego, San Diego CA, Recounting Fibonacci Numbers and Continued Fractions, December 20, 2000.

  71. Carnegie Mellon University Mathematics Colloquium, Proofs that Really Count!, January 26, 2001.

  72. Ohio Section of MAA, Bowling Green State University, Proofs that Really Count!, , March 23, 2001.

  73. Intermountain Section of MAA, Ricks College, Idaho, Proofs that Really Count!, April 6, 2001.

  74. Claremont Colleges Math Colloquium, Counting on Harmonic Numbers, Fall 2001.

  75. Bay Area Mathematical Adventures, San Jose, CA, Proofs that Really Count!, October 5, 2001.

  76. Southern California Section MAA Meeting, Counting on Harmonic Numbers, Fall 2001.

  77. Moravian College Student Math Conference (keynote speaker), Proofs that Really Count!, February 23, 2002.

  78. Southern California Section MAA Meeting, Combinatorics of Hyperharmonic Numbers, Spring 2002.

  79. University of Colorado, Boulder, Math Colloquium, Proofs that Really Count!, March 18, 2002.

  80. California State University, Fresno, Math Colloquium, Proofs that Really Count!, March 20, 2002.

  81. UC Irvine Mathematics Colloquium, The Best Way to Knock 'em Down, May 30, 2002.

  82. 10th International Conference on Fibonacci Numbers and their Applications, Flagstaff, AZ, Fibinomial Identities, June 28, 2002.

  83. SIAM Conference Discrete Mathematics , San Diego, CA, Combinatorics of Hyperharmonic Numbers, August 11, 2002.

  84. Claremont Colleges Math Colloquium, The "Power" of Fibonacci Numbers with Combinatorics, January 22, 2003.

  85. Michigan Undergraduate Math Council (keynote speaker), Proofs that Really Count, February 15, 2003.

  86. HMC Parents Day Reception, Fun with Fibonacci Numbers, May 10, 2003.

  87. Harvey Mudd College Stauffer Series, Proofs that Really Count, July 3, 2003.

  88. MAA MathFest, Boulder, CO, (keynote speaker, with J.J. Quinn), Proofs that Really Count, August 1, 2003.

  89. Carnegie Mellon University (convocation speaker, Mellon College of Science), The Science of Patterns, August 21, 2003.

  90. Carleton College, Mathematics Colloquium, Proofs that Really Count, September 25, 2003.

  91. Macalester College, Discrete Mathematics Colloquium, Proofs that Really Count, September 26, 2003.

  92. Cal Poly, Pomona, Mathematics Colloquium, The Best Way to Knock 'em Down, October 2, 2003.

  93. Southern California Section MAA Meeting, Counting on Determinants, October 4, 2003.

  94. Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Math Colloquium, The Best Way to Knock 'em Down, October 9, 2003.

  95. Claremont Statistics Colloquium, The Best Way to Knock 'em Down, November 4, 2003.

  96. Cal State Long Beach, Counting on Determinants, March 5, 2004.

  97. Cal State Dominguez Hills, Counting on Determinants, March 17, 2004.

  98. Gathering for Gardner 6, Counting on Fibonacci Numbers, Atlanta, GA March 25, 2004.

  99. MAA Southeastern Section, Clarksville, TN, Proofs that Really Count, March 27, 2004.

  100. Claremont Combinatorics Seminar, Counting the Sums of Cubes of Fibonacci Numbers, April 23, 2004.

  101. Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Counting on Determinants, May 7, 2004.

  102. HMC PDO program (visiting high school teachers), Counting on Fibonacci Numbers, June 13, 2004.

  103. International Fibonacci Conference, Braunschweig, Germany, Counting the Sums of Cubes of Fibonacci Numbers, July 7, 2004.

  104. International Fibonacci Conference, Braunschweig, Germany, When does F_m^L divide F_n? A Combinatorial Solution, July 9, 2004.

  105. Hampshire College Summer Studies in Mathematics, Counting on Fibonacci, August 7, 2004.

  106. Project NExT, Discrete Mathematics, Providence, RI, August 10, 2004.

  107. MAA MathFest, Providence, RI, Counting on Determinants, August 12, 2004.

  108. Olin College, The Science of Patterns, September 7, 2004.

  109. Washington and Lee U, Proofs that Really Count, September 20, 2004.

  110. Brandeis Combinatorics Colloquium, Counting the Sums of Cubes of Fibonacci Numbers, September 23, 2004.

  111. Bryn Mawr/Haverford Math Colloquium, Counting on Determinants, September 27, 2004.

  112. Swarthmore College, Counting on Determinants, September 28, 2004.

  113. Rutgers U, Experimental Math Seminar, Counting the Sums of Cubes of Fibonacci Numbers, October 7, 2004.

  114. Rutgers U Math Colloquium, Counting on Determinants, October 8, 2004.

  115. MAA Southern California-Nevada Section, The Best Way to Knock 'em Down, Las Vegas, NV, October 9, 2004.

  116. Carnegie Mellon U, Undergraduate Math Colloquium, Proofs that Really Count, October 14, 2004.

  117. Johns Hopkins U, Applied Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium, Counting on Determinants, October 21, 2004.

  118. University of Maine Math Colloquium, Proofs that Really Count, November 4, 2004.

  119. Mount Holyoke Math Club, The Best Way to Knock 'em Down, November 10, 2004.

  120. Mount Holyoke Math Seminar, Combinatorics and Number Theory, November 11, 2004.

  121. Boston University, Math Masters Lecture, Proofs that Really Count, November 16, 2004.

  122. MAA Northeastern Section, WPI, Counting on Determinants, November 20, 2004.

  123. Brandeis Math Colloquium, Counting on Determinants, November 22, 2004.

  124. Wellesley College, The Best Way to Knock 'em Down, December 1, 2004.

  125. Brandeis Combinatorics Colloquium, Vandermonde's Determinant and Fibonacci SAWs December 2, 2004.

  126. Stonehill College, The Best Way to Knock 'em Down, December 8, 2004.

  127. Weston High School, Counting on Fibonacci Numbers, December 9, 2004.

  128. MIT Combinatorics Seminar, Vandermonde's Determinant and Fibonacci SAWs, December 10, 2004.

  129. University of Sydney, Australia, Counting on Determinants, 18 March, 2005.

  130. Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, Maths Colloquium, Counting on Determinants, 21 March, 2005.

  131. Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, Number Theory Seminar, Combinatorics and Number Theory, 21 March, 2005.

  132. University of South Australia, Adelaide, Applied Mathematics Seminar, The Best Way to Knock 'em Down, 28 April, 2005.

  133. University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, Maths Seminar, Combinatorics and Number Theory, 17 May, 2005.

  134. Sydney University Maths Society, The Best Way to Knock 'em Down, 18 May, 2005.

  135. University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, Counting on Determinants, 8 July, 2005.

  136. Pomona College, Claremont Colleges REU, Counting on Undegraduate Research, July 14, 2005.

  137. Harvey Mudd College, Math, Magic & The Da Vinci Code, July 29, 2005.

  138. Project NExT keynote address, Albuquerque, NM, Magical Moments in Teaching and Undergraduate Research, August 1, 2005.

  139. MAA MathFest, Albuquerque, NM (short course lecture), Magic Square Magic, August 2, 2005.

  140. MAA MathFest, Albuquerque, NM, Math Horizons (with Jennifer Quinn), August 4, 2005.

  141. MAA MathFest, Albuquerque, NM, Gems of Number Theory (Invited session co-organized with Ezra Brown), August 5, 2005.

  142. Pi Mu Epsilon J. Sutherland Frame Lecture, MAA MathFest, Albuquerque, NM, Proofs That Really Count: The Art of Combinatorial Proof , August 5, 2005.

  143. Claremont Colleges Math Colloquium, A Combinatorial Proof of Vandermonde's Determinant (and Other Sabbatical Adventures), September 21, 2005.

  144. Claremont Combinatorics Colloquium, Self-Avoiding Walks and Fibonacci Numbers, September 28, 2005.

  145. Wisconsin Section NExT, Menemonie, WI, Magical Moments in Undergraduate Research, September 30, 2005.

  146. Wisconsin Section NExT, Menemonie, WI, Proofs That Really Count , September 30, 2005.

  147. Wisconsin Section NExT, Menemonie, WI, Magical Moments in Teaching, October 1, 2005.

  148. MAA Southern California-Nevada Section Meeting, A Combinatorial Proof of Vandermonde's Determinant, October 8, 2005.

  149. Claremont Combinatorics Colloquium, Pythagorean Primes and Palindromic Continued Fractions, October 12, 2005.

  150. James Madison University, Undergraduate Mathematics Research Conference (keynote speaker), Proofs That Really Count , November 12, 2005.

  151. California State University Northridge Math Club, Proofs That Really Count, November 18, 2005.

  152. University of Wisconsin, Madison, Brown Bag Seminar A Combinatorial Proof of Vandermonde's Determinant, December 2, 2005.

  153. Bay Area Math Olympiad Awards Ceremony, MSRI, Proofs That Really Count, March 12, 2006.

  154. Wake Forest University (Gentry Lectures), Proofs That Really Count, March 30, 2006.

  155. Wake Forest University (Gentry Lectures), Counting on Determinants, March 30, 2006.

  156. Kentucky Section of MAA, Centre College, Proofs That Really Count, March 31, 2006.

  157. Northern Arizona University, Proofs That Really Count, April 1, 2006.

  158. Northern Arizona University, Counting on Determimnants, April 6, 2006.

  159. Oberlin College, Counting on Determimnants, April 28, 2006.

  160. Metropolitan New York Section of MAA, Dowling College, Counting on Determimnants, May 7, 2006.

  161. Hollywood Math Club, Proofs That Really Count, May 21, 2006.

  162. HMC Stauffer Lecture Series, Counting on Determimnants, June 13, 2006.

  163. Claremont Colleges REU, Counting on Determimnants, June 15, 2006.

  164. 12th International Conference on Fibonacci Numbers and their Applications, San Francisco, Self-Avoiding Walks and Fibonacci Numbers, July 17, 2006.

  165. 12th International Conference on Fibonacci Numbers and their Applications, San Francisco, The Lucas Triangle Recounted, July 19, 2006.

  166. Young Mathematicians Conference (Keynote Speaker), Ohio State U., Proofs That Really Count, August 5, 2006.

  167. Joint Meetings of the AMS/MAA, New Orleans, LA, An Amazing Mathematical Card Trick, January 5, 2007.

  168. Claremont Mathematics Colloquium, Alternating Sums: An Alternative View , February 28, 2007.

  169. Louisiana-Mississippi Section of MAA, Mississippi State University, Proofs That Really Count , March 2, 2007.

  170. Indiana Section of MAA, University of Indianapolis, Proofs That Really Count , March 23, 2007.

  171. Nebraska - SE South Dakota Section of MAA, Dakota State University, Proofs That Really Count , March 30, 2007.

  172. HMC Alumni College, Claremont, CA, Alternating Sums: An Alternative View , April 28, 2007.

  173. UCLA Graduate Seminar, How to Find a Job (at a Good Liberal Arts College) , May 31, 2007.

  174. 6th International Conference on Lattice Path Combinatorics and Applications, Eastern Tennessee State University, Counting on Chebyshev Polynomials , July 13, 2007.

  175. Claremont Colleges REU, Counting on Chebyshev Polynomials , July 24, 2007.

  176. Project NEXT, MathFest, Project Next, San Jose State University, Discrete Math , August 2, 2007.

  177. Southern California Section MAA Meeting, Santa Ana College, Combinatorial Trigonometry, October 13, 2007.

  178. Claremont Combinatorics Colloquium, Combinatorial Trigonometry, December 4, 2007.

  179. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Gaithersburg, MD, Combinatorial Trigonometry (and a Method to DIE for), January 11, 2008.

  180. MAA Carriage House Lecture Series, Washington DC, Combinatorial Trigonometry (and a Method to DIE for), January 12, 2008.

  181. Bay Area Mathematics Association, Santa Clara University, Combinatorial Trigonometry, January 16, 2008.

  182. California State University, Los Angeles, Combinatorial Trigonometry, January 30, 2008.

  183. University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Combinatorial Trigonometry, February 29, 2008.

  184. Gathering for Gardner 8, Atlanta, GA, An Amazing Mathematical Card Trick March 29, 2008

  185. Allegheny Mountain Section of the MAA, University of Pittsburgh, Combinatorial Trigonometry, April 11, 2008.

  186. New Jersey Section of the MAA, William Patterson University, Combinatorial Trigonometry, April 12, 2008.

  187. Wisconisin Section of the MAA, Madison Area Technical College, Combinatorial Trigonometry, April 12, 2008.

  188. Harvey Mudd College, Mathematical Card Tricks, April 29, 2008.

  189. Kalamazoo College Mathematics Colloquium, Combinatorial Trigonometry, May 8, 2008.

  190. Dalhousie University Mathematics Colloquium, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Combinatorial Trigonometry, May 12, 2008.

  191. MAA Mathfest, Madison, Wisconsin, Biscuits of Number Theory, August 2, 2008.

  192. Caltech Math Club, Mathematical Card Tricks, October 21, 2008.

  193. TED, Palm Springs, CA, Down With Calculus, February 5, 2009

  194. Denison University (Gordon Lecture Series), Mathematical Card Tricks, February 12, 2009

  195. Denison University, Zero Sum Games, February 13, 2009

  196. Denison University (Gordon Lecture Series), Pascal's Triangle, February 13, 2009

  197. Denison University (Gordon Lecture Series), Combinatorial Trigonometry, February 13, 2009

  198. Roanoke College, The Best Way to Knock 'em Down, March 16, 2009

  199. Roanoke College, The Birth of Graph Theory, March 16, 2009

  200. Roanoke College, The Magic of Discrete Mathematics, March 16, 2009

  201. Roanoke College, Matrices and Markov Chains, March 17, 2009

  202. Roanoke College, Tournaments and King Chickens, March 17, 2009

  203. Roanoke College, Social Networks, March 18, 2009

  204. Roanoke College, Mathematical Card Tricks, March 18, 2009

  205. Roanoke College, Trees and Data Structures, March 18, 2009

  206. Roanoke College, Planar Graphs, March 18, 2009

  207. Roanoke College, Map Coloring, March 19, 2009

  208. Roanoke College, Algorithms and Complexity March 19, 2009

  209. Roanoke College, The Twelvefold Way of Combinatorics, March 19, 2009

  210. Eastern Michigan University, Magic with Numbers: Undergraduate Research in Mathematics, March 27, 2009

  211. Eastern Michigan University, Combinatorial Trigonometry, March 27, 2009

  212. Brigham Young University, The Best Way to Knock 'em Down, April 1, 2009

  213. Texas Section of MAA, University of North Texas, Combinatorial Trigonometry, April 18, 2009

  214. USAMO Awards Ceremony, Washington, DC, Combinatorial Trigonometry, June 8, 2009

  215. MAA MathFest Minicourse, Portland, OR, Thinking Combinatorially, August 6-8, 2009

  216. National Academy of Sciences, Distinctive Voices, Irvine, CA, The Art of Mental Calculation September 30, 2009

  217. Penn State Conference on Undergraduate Research in Math, Combinatorial Trigonometry, November 21, 2009

  218. Youngstown State University, Combinatorial Trigonometry, February 12, 2010

  219. California Polytechnic University, Pomona, Combinatorial Trigonometry, February 26, 2010

  220. Trinity University, San Antonio, TX, Combinatorial Trigonometry, March 4, 2010

  221. Southwest Undergraduate Mathematics Research Conference, El Paso, TX Combinatorial Trigonometry, March 5, 2010

  222. Claremont Combinatorics Colloquium, The Combinatorialization of Linear Recurrences, April 27, 2010

  223. DIMACS Z = 60 Conference in Celebration of Doron Zeilberger's 60th Birthday, Rutgers, NJ, The Combinatorialization of Linear Recurrences, May 27, 2010

  224. North Dakota Title I Special Education Summer Symposium, Bismarck, ND, Secrets of Mental Math (9 Lectures), July 13 to 14, 2010

     

  225.   MAA MathFest, Pittsburgh, PA, Combinatorial Trigonometry, August 5, 2010

  226. CGU School of Education, Claremont, CA, Secrets of Mental Math (4 lectures), August 25, 2010

  227. CGU School of Education, Claremont, CA, Secrets of Mental Math (4 lectures), September 1, 2010

  228. CGU School of Education, Claremont, CA, Secrets of Mental Math (2 lectures), September 7, 2010

  229. Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, Combinatorial Trigonometry, September 13, 2010

  230. CGU School of Education, Claremont, CA, Secrets of Mental Math (2 lectures), September 15, 2010

  231. Denison University, Gambier, OH, Secrets of Mental Math (5 lectures), September 27, 2010

  232. Ohio Valley University, Vienna, WV, Secrets of Mental Math (8 lectures), September 28 to 29, 2010

  233. SACNAS Conference, Anaheim, CA, The Best Way to Knock 'em Down, October 1, 2010

  234. Johns Hopkins University (Alan J. Goldman Lecture), Baltimore, MD, Combinatorial Trigonometry, October 7, 2010

  235. California State University Mathematics Colloquium, San Bernardino, CA, Combinatorial Trigonometry, October 27, 2010

     

  236. University of Southern California, Visions, and Voices, Los Angeles, CA, Calendar Oddities, October 27, 2010

     

  237. Teachers Teaching With Technology (T3) Conference, Calculus Mini-Conference, San Antonio, TX, I Come to Bury Calculus, Not to Praise it, February 26, 2011

     

  238. Bellevue College, Center for Excellence for Information and Computing Technologies, Bellevue, WA, Mathematics Education: Dreams and Nightmares, March 10, 2011

  239. Association for Christians in Mathematical Sciences, Santa Barbara, CA, Combinatorial Trigonometry, June 2, 2011

  240. Davidson Young Scholar Summit, Reno, NV, Conversation with the Mathemagician, June 18, 2011

  241. MAA MathFest, Lexington, KY, Speding Your Summers Effectively and Efficiently, August 3, 2011

  242. MAA MathFest, Lexington, KY, Mathematics and Backgammon Quiz, August 4, 2011

  243. Mills College, Oakland, CA, Mathematical Card Tricks, September 28, 2011

  244. Joint Meetings of the AMS/MAA, Boston, MA, I Come to Bury Calculus, Not to Praise it, January 4, 2012

  245. Joint Meetings of the AMS/MAA, Boston, MA, Counting on Students: Combinatorial Proofs with Undergraduates, January 5, 2012

  246. Joint Meetings of the AMS/MAA, Boston, MA, Mathematics and Backgammon (2-day Minicourse), January 5 and 7, 2012

  247. Davidson College, Davidson, NC, Counting on Students: Combinatorial Proofs with Undergraduates, March 16, 2012

  248. University  of  South Carolina, Columbia, SC, Counting on Students: Combinatorial Proofs with Undergraduates, March 23, 2012

  249. Pomona College, Claremont, CA, Math is HARD! (panel on math education for Pomona Student Union), April 5, 2012.

  250. CGU School of Education, Claremont, CA, The Mathematics of Games and Puzzles (2 Lectures), June 19, 2012.

  251. CGU School of Education, Claremont, CA, The Mathematics of Games and Puzzles (2 Lectures), June 26, 2012.

  252. CGU School of Education, Claremont, CA, The Mathematics of Games and Puzzles July 5, 2012.

  253. CGU School of Education, Claremont, CA, The Mathematics of Games and Puzzles (2 Lectures), July 10, 2012.

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