The Frederick V. Pohle Colloquium in the History of Mathematics was founded in September 1998. The Colloquium is named in honor of our departed colleague, Fred Pohle, a former chairman of the department.
The colloquium usually meets during the afternoon on the first Wednesday of the month. Dinner with the speaker at a local restaurant generally follows each talk; everyone is welcome.
All talks are open to the public and most talks will be accessible to undergraduate students who have had linear algebra. If you have any questions, please contact Assistant Professor Branden Stone.
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
p – 516.877.4480