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DESCRIPTION:"Noether\, Falconer\, Mirzakhani\, Kovalesky\, and Me"\nThe Mat
hematics Department presents the 15th Annual Etta Z. Falconer Mathematics
Lecture featuring Shelby Nicole Wilson\, Ph.D.\, C'2006\, assistant profes
sor of mathematics Morehouse College and granddaughter of Dr. Etta Z. Falc
oner.\n\n"My mathematical journey has been shaped and molded by some incre
dible women in the mathematical sciences" Wilson says. "This begins with m
y grandmother\, mathematician and educator\, Etta Falconer\, and continues
with a network of women who I have grown to admire greatly. In this talk\
, I will highlight my journey to becoming a 'Mathematical Biologist' and t
he women (and men) who helped me get here. I will discuss how my childhood
love of mathematics came together with my interest in medicine to create
a career path that I am passionate about."\n\nFollowing the lecture studen
t awards will be announced\, including the Falconer Scholarship recipient\
, &ldquo\;Best in Class&rdquo\; and inductees into honor societies.\n\nFoo
d will be served.
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SUMMARY:15th Annual Falconer Mathematics Lecture
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X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:### "Noether\, Falconer\, Mirzakhani\, Kovales
ky\, and Me"

\nThe Mathematics Department presen
ts the 15th Annual Etta Z. Falconer Mathematics Lecture featuring Shelby N
icole Wilson\, Ph.D.\, C'2006\, assistant professor of mathematics Morehou
se College and granddaughter of Dr. Etta Z. Falconer.

\n

\n"My m
athematical journey has been shaped and molded by some incredible women in
the mathematical sciences" Wilson says. "This begins with my grandmother\
, mathematician and educator\, Etta Falconer\, and continues with a networ
k of women who I have grown to admire greatly. In this talk\, I will highl
ight my journey to becoming a 'Mathematical Biologist' and the women (and
men) who helped me get here. I will discuss how my childhood love of mathe
matics came together with my interest in medicine to create a career path
that I am passionate about."

\n

\nFollowing the lecture student
awards will be announced\, including the Falconer Scholarship recipient\,
&ldquo\;Best in Class&rdquo\; and inductees into honor societies.

\n<
br />\nFood will be served.

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