February 2013

  • Feb1All day
    Application Deadline for Reves Summer Study Abroad Scholarships
    Need-based awards for students participating in W&M-sponsored summer programs.
  • Feb14pm - 5pm
    Math & Physics Colloquium
    Andrews Hall, Room 101
    Christopher Jones, Bill Guthridge Distinguished Professor of Mathematics, UNC - Chapel Hill, Title of Talk: Climate Change: the science and the math
  • Feb44pm - 5pm
    Physics Colloquium
    Small Hall, Room 110
    Huey-Wen Lin, University of Washington, Title of Talk: Probing TeV Physics with Precision Nucleon Matrix Elements
  • Feb74pm - 5pm
    Physics Colloquium
    Small Hall, Room 111
    Ted Rogers, Stony Brook University, Title of Talk: "Exploring Hadron Structure with Perturbative Quantum Chromodynamics"
  • Feb124pm - 5pm
    Physics Colloquium
    Small Hall, Room 111
    Andre' Walker-Loud, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Title of Talk: The Most Perfect Physical Theory (until one wants to compute properties of matter)
  • Feb194pm - 5pm
    Physics Colloquium
    Small Hall, Room 111
    Bastian Kubis, University of Bonn, Title of Talk: Strong interactions and the precision frontier in particle physics
  • Feb22All day
    No Physics Colloquium
    Small Hall, Room 111
  • Feb221pm - 4:30pm
    2013 Undergraduate Research Science Symposium
    Sadler Center, Tidewater A&B, York, James, Colony Rooms
    Students who have conducted research in the sciences will present their work at the 19th Annual Science Symposium. {{http://www.wm.edu/as/charlescenter/undergrad_research/science_symposium/index.php, See the full schedule}}.
  • Feb2311am - 12pm
    Saturday Morning Physics: "Saving Infants in a Heartbeat" (Prof. John Delos)
    Small Hall, Room 111
    Prof. Delos studies the heart rate and respiration of infants in neonatal intensive care units. He will show how monitoring the heart rate of infants can be used to detect bacterial infections early on.
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