The Dan E. Christie Mathematics Lecture Fund was established in 1976 by family, friends, colleagues, and former students in memory of Dan E. Christie `37, a member of the faculty for thirty-three years and Wing Professor of Mathematics from 1965 until his death in 1975.

**Monday, May 3****, 2010** ** **

Professor Glenn Stevens, Boston University

7:30-8:30pm, TBA

Michael Starbird – March 30, 2009

“To Infinity and Beyond”

Nathan Dunfield - September 17, 2007

“Mathematical Truths: Experiment, Proof, and Understanding”

Sir Christopher Zeeman, FRS

September 16, 2006

Introduction to Catastrophe Theory, with Applications to the Biological and Social Sciences

Malcolm Williamson

October 25, 2005

Public Key Cryptography

Jeff Weeks

October 26, 2004

The Shape of Space

Harriet S. Pollatsek

April 7, 2004

Where the Railroad Tracks Meet: An Introduction to the (Finite) Projective Plane

Steven Krantz

April 9, 2003

A Matter of Gravity

Kathleen Snook

November 13, 2002

A Continuum of Choices

C. Herbert Clemens

April 17, 2002

Surviving the Math Wars

Thomas F. Banchoff

October 29, 1999

Internet-Based Courses and the Future of Math and Science Education

Roger E. Howe

October 7, 1998

Lost Theorems of Euclidean Geometry

Joseph A. Gallian

November 19, 1997

Breaking Driver's License Codes

Edward Burger

February 4, 1997

Why I HATE Mathematics But Love Museums

Frank Morgan

September 28, 1995

The Soap Bubble Geometry Contest

James E. Keesling

May 4, 1994

Fractals: Jagged Geometry

Rollin R. Fessenden

April 8, 1993

Math is So Much Fun Because There Is Never A Right Answer

Marjorie L. Senechal

April 7, 1992

Reflections on Symmetry

Walter Rudin

October 4, 1990

Set Theory - An Offspring of Analysis

Robert L. Devaney

September 27, 1989

Chaos, Fractals and Dynamics: Computer Experiments in Mathematics

David A. Vogan, Jr.

February 1, 1989

56 MPH: Life In A Slightly Non-Commutative World

John D.C. Little

March 9, 1988

Supermarket Bar Codes and Management Science

Philip C. Kutzko

April 23, 1987

Metaphor in Mathematics

Paul J. Sally, Jr.

April 14, 1986

Triangles, Polygons, and Shmuzzles

Joan P. Hutchinson

April 10, 1985

How Should You Solve a Real Traveling Sales Representative Problem?

Haynes R. Miller

April 20, 1983

Surfaces in 3-Space: Analogs of the Figure Eight

Jonathan D. Lubin

April 7, 1982

Seeing Non-Euclidean Geometry with Computer Graphics

John W. Tukey

April 15, 1981

Robustness and Resistance in Data Analysis: Past, Present, and Future; an Introduction

Albert W. Tucker

October 9, 1979

On Sperner's Lemma and Another Combinatorial Lemma

Howard Eves

September 12, 1978

Perhaps the Most-Used Technique in Mathematics

Ernst Snapper

March 20, 1978

Logicism, Intuitionism, and Formalism

Henry O. Pollak

October 28, 1976

Shortest Connecting Networks