Everything is Mathematics Lecture Series  Returning this Year!
The annual Duncan Buell Everything is Mathematics Lecture Series gives the Tucson community a window into the mathematical research our UA faculty do here in Tucson. The lecture series is made possible in part by a generous endowment by UA mathematics alumnus Duncan Buell, now professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of South Carolina.
The lecture returns this year (see righthand image) with Professor and member of the graduate faculty, Bryden Cais. Please RSVP below.
Buell, a public intellectual himself, believes in the value of raising public awareness about the relevance, beauty, and applicability of mathematics, in its many forms. Buell's commitment to benefitting the larger good is widespread. For example, his work on electronic voting served to keep wait times below goal in the 2016 national election in Maricopa County, AZ.
See past lectures below.

Calvin ZhangMolina  Is “in sync” always nature's choice? The math of crustacean swimming 
Sergey Cherkis  Nature’s quantum escape: gravity, geometry, and instantons 

Shankar Venkataramani  Flowers, sea slugs and robots: a journey through nature's geometry 

Hang Xue  Mathematics in your credit card: a pillar of data security 

Matti Morzfeld  Probably Not: Using Mathematics, Statistics and Computers to Predict the Future 
Janek Wehr  Mathematics of Cooperation: Sending Swarming Microbots in a Search & Rescue Mission 