Location: COHH 2117 or Zoom (https://wku.zoom.us/j/91356174643)
Have you ever wondered what some of the benefits are to studying mathematics at WKU? Are you unsure of what to do after graduation? A great resource for answers to these questions are the people who have been in your shoes before! In the monthlyPiMuEpsilonMath Alumni Speaker Series(PME MASS), WKU Mathematics alumni speak about their career paths and how studying mathematics at WKU has been beneficial to them. Each event ends with a Q&A session.
We are pleased to announce this month’s speaker, Dr. Caitlyn Bruns! Dr. Bruns will be speaking to us via Zoom from Utah on Thursday, October 26, at 4:00 PM. You have the option of joining us in person (in COHH 2117, where light refreshments will be served) or via Zoom (https://wku.zoom.us/j/91356174643). Dr. Bruns is a Senior Manager of DNA Strategy at Ancestry. See picture below and attached PDF for more information!
Public event on Tuesday 23 October to observe Earth's Moon through telescopes. Event begins 8:00 PM in KTH 1035, and after a 20-minute presentation guests will follow us to the roof of the building to use telescopes to observe the Moon.
Thursday 26 October is our fallback date for weather.
Join us for Dr. Kendra Field's keynote address, Stories and Silences: African American Family Histories After Emancipation. Dr. Field is an Associate Professor and the Director of the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy at Tufts University.
The event is free and open to the public. Sponsored by The Ohio Valley History Conference and The Committee on the Civil War and its Legacies.
Child of the Night: Pirates of the Mediterranean
Written by Alan White.
Based on the play The Son of the Night; the Pirate by Victor Séjour,
Alexandre Dumas, père, Gérard de Nerval & Bernard Lopez.
Set sail for adventure in this world premiere adaptation of a 19th century pirate melodrama written primarily by Victor Séjour, America’s first Black professional playwright. Asra del Mar is the most feared pirate in the Mediterranean, but a web of secrets links her to nobility and rebellion in 16th century Naples. Will she be able to reclaim her birthright and defeat imperial Spain, or will lies from the past destroy her and those she loves?
Russell H. Miller Theatre, FAC
Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Monday at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday at 2:00 p.m.
Adults $16 / Students & Seniors (62+) $12
WKU Fine Arts Box Office