shane bevel, rachel apple, john jernigan, and nathan gunter’s lakeviews: American lakes

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lake nanih waiya

Lake Nanih Waiya

By:  Don Groom,  Southeast Fisheries Supervisor. Phone (918) 297-0153

Location: Located 1.5 miles northwest of Tuskahoma in Pushmataha County.

Driving Directions: From Clayton – 5 miles northeast on U.S. Hwy 271, ½ mile north on N4340.

Recreational Facilities: 2 boat ramps, fishing jetties and primitive camping.

Lake History: Lake Nanih Waiya was constructed by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation in 1958.

Primary Uses: Angling and general recreation

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lake lioyd vincent

SW of town
Arnett, OK 73832

Located in the Ellis County Wildlife Management Area, the lake has two boat ramps and picnic areas. Fish populations include redear sunfish, along with largemouth bass, saugeye, bluegill, channel and blue catfish crappie. The lake offers 160 surface acres and 5 miles of shoreline.

lake atoka

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lake murray

Lake Murray is a 5,700-acre lake in south central Oklahoma, near Ardmore named for Oklahoma Governor William H. Murray. It was created by damming Anadarche and Fourche Maline Creeks.

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lake scott king

NW of Ardmore
Ardmore, OK 73401

Lake Scott King in Ardmore has boat ramps, boat docks and fishing docks. Perfect for a great day with friends and family.

View a detailed Lake Scott King map.

lake ozzie cobb

Ozzie Cobb Lake is a small recreational lake in Pushmataha County, Oklahoma. It is located 6 miles (9.7 km) northeast of Rattan, Oklahoma.

The lake, which was built in 1958, impounds the waters of Rock Creek. It is named for J. Ozzie Cobb (1898-1965), an area resident. It is managed by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.

Ozzie Cobb Lake comprises 116 acres (0.47 km2) of area and four miles (6 km) of shoreline. Normal pool elevation is 513 feet (156 m) above sea level. Its normal holding capacity is 833 acre feet (1,027,000 m3). The maximum depth is 22 ft. The average depth is 7.2 ft.[1]

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lake kaw,

Kaw Lake is a reservoir completed in 1976 in the northern reaches of the U.S. state of Oklahoma, near Kaw City. It is approximately 8 miles (13 km) east of Ponca City.[1]

Kaw Dam is 9,466 feet (2,885 m) long and 121 feet (37 m) above the stream bed. The dam lies 654 miles (1,053 km) above the mouth of the Arkansas River. The top of the flood control pool is 1,044.5 feet (318.4 m), while the normal operating level is 1,010 feet.[2]

 

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lake yahola

Located on the west end of Tulsa’s Mohawk Park, Lake Yahola offers a boat ramp and fishing dock.  Birding is a popular activity at the lake, and hiking trails are available nearby.

lake wilson

Wilson Lake, noted as the clearest lake in Kansas, offers over 9,000 water surface acres and over 100 miles of beautiful shoreline making it one of the most scenic and better fishing areas in Kansas.

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lake zurich

Lake Zürich (Swiss German/Alemannic: Zürisee; German: Zürichsee)[1] is a lake in Switzerland, extending southeast of the city of Zürich. Depending on the context, Lake Zürich or Zürichsee can be used to describe the lake as a whole, or just that part of the lake downstream of the Seedamm at Rapperswil, whilst the part upstream of Rapperswil may be called the Obersee or Upper Lake.

 

Wilson Lake is the leading recreational resource for many surrounding communities and is recognized for its  boating, camping, fishing, hunting, swimming, hiking and bike trails. It is also noted for its premier striped bass and smallmouth bass fishing.

 

 

 

 

singers from sichuan,王琳晶、龚玥、关燕萍

基本信息

中文名
龚玥
别    名
小玥
国    籍
中华人民共和国
民    族
汉族
出生地
泉州
出生日期
1983年10月15日
职    业
歌手
毕业院校
四川音乐学院
代表作品
《禅是一枝花》《轮回》
座右铭
走自己的路,相信自己是最棒的!

组合简介

编辑

成员:王琳晶、龚玥、关燕萍
风信子是一个全新的女声三重唱组合,其三名成员--王琳晶、龚玥、关燕萍在音乐学院学习的分别是声乐、音乐制作和录音工程、通俗演唱专业。
王琳晶、龚玥、关燕萍三位美少女组成的风信子组合推出了将这一风潮升级的首张发烧大碟《风信子》。专辑收录了《边疆的泉水清又纯》、《太阳出来喜洋洋》、《我爱这蓝色的海洋》、《茉莉花》、《在那遥远的地方》等12首经典老歌,不过,为了求新求变,制作人对这些老歌进行了重新配器,又采用了即便在国内发烧唱片中也不多见的XRCD制式,最大程度地满足乐迷越来越挑剔的听觉要求。
据介绍,风信子是一个全新的女声三重唱组合,其三名成员--王琳晶、龚 玥、关燕萍在音乐学院学习的分别是声乐制作和录音工程、通俗演唱以及声乐专业。专辑中,热衷创作的她们和制作人一起,对12首经典老歌进行了大胆的编配, 在节奏与和声的变化上力求创新,将流行、民谣、等元素融入其中,并加入了电声乐器作伴奏,给老歌添加时代的味道。一样的旋律、一样的音符,经过三个年轻女 孩的演绎由当年的激扬和热情变成了天真和童趣,同时,钢琴、竹笛、埙、古筝等的优美乐音以及XRCD制式的完美录音也为这张《风信子》加分。据悉,三名女 生年纪不大,野心却不小,她们表示首张大碟的目标就是挑战目前国内最热卖的怀旧发烧唱片。
龚玥 专辑封面

university of texas, austin, math faculty,

photo Professor
Ph.D., UC Berkeley, 1996
Group theory, Lie theory, Algebraic Geometry.
RLM 9.112, 471-1120

Office Hours: M 1-2, W 2-3

 

photo Instructor
RLM 8.100,

Office Hours: On leave

 

photo Professor
Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1987
Numerical Analysis and Partial Differential Equations.
RLM 11.162, 471-0166
ACE 5.334, 475-8628

Office Hours: See my home page.

 

photo Senior Lecturer
Ph.D., University of Colorado, 1995
Number Theory
RLM 9.144,
471-7711

Office Hours: See my web page.

 

photo Lecturer
Undergraduate Mathematics Faculty Advisor
Ph.D., Florida State University, 2007
DNA Topology
RLM 11.150,

Office Hours: M 12:30 – 1:30 pm, W 1:00 – 2:00 pm, Th 11:30 – 12:30 pm, and by appointment (Sp

photo Professor
Simons+X Chair
Stochastic network theory and communication network modeling and design
RLM 11.136, 471-1754

Office Hours: TBA

 

Bah, Bubacarr  <bah@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-1167
photo Lecturer
Postdoctoral Fellow at ICES
PhD, University of Edinburgh (UK), 2012
Applied and Computational Mathematics
RLM 11.164, (512) 471-1167

Office Hours: MWF 9-10

 

photo Professor
Paul V. Montgomery Centennial Memorial Professor in Mathematics
Ph.D., Princeton University, 1975
Analysis.
RLM 10.140, 471-7711

Office Hours: By appointment

 

Ben-Zvi, David  <benzvi@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-8151
photo Joe B. and Louise Cook Professor of Mathematics
Ph.D., Harvard University, 1999
Algebraic Geometry, Representation Theory.
RLM 10.168, 471-8151

Office Hours: Th 2-3, Fri 1-2

 

Berg, Gary  <gberg@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-6410
photo Lecturer
Ph.D., University of Texas (Austin), 1996
Functional Analysis.
RLM 13.164, 471-6410

Office Hours: MWF 10:30 to Noon or by appointment (Fall 2015)

 

Blazek, Kirk  <blazek@math.utexas.edu > (512) 232-6185
photo Lecturer
Ph.D. University of Washington, 2006
RLM 13.140, 232-6185

Office Hours: TBA

 

photo Associate Professor
Ph. D. University of Chicago, 2005
Homotopy Theory
RLM 10.160, 471-3147

Office Hours: TBA

 

Bowen, Lewis  <lpbowen@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-1132
photo Associate Professor
Ph. D., UT Austin, 2002
RLM 9.154, 471-1132

Office Hours: TBA

photo Professor
Sid W. Richardson Foundation Regents Chair (No. 1)
Ph.D., University of Buenos Aires, 1972.
Harmonic Analysis and Partial Differential Equation.
10.150A, 471-3160
ACE 3.328, 475-8635

Office Hours: TBA

 

Campbell, Jonathan 512-471-5179
photo Instructor
RLM 9.118, 512-471-5179

Office Hours: TBA

 

photo Lecturer
MS , Kansas State University, 1999
Statistics
RLM 13.148, 232-6189

Office Hours: M W 12:05-1:05p and F 7:05-8:05a Other times by appointment.

 

Chae, Minwoo  <mchae@math > (512) 475-9142
photo Postdoc
Ph. D.
RLM 10.108, 475-9142

Office Hours: TBA

 

Chen, Thomas  <tc@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-7180
photo Associate Professor
Graduate Advisor
Ph.D., ETH Zurich, 2001
Analysis and Mathematical Physics
RLM 12.138, 471-7180

Office Hours: By Appointment

 

photo Assistant Professor
Ph. D. Princeton University, 2006
Number Theory
RLM 12.164, 471-4188

Office Hours: T 5-7pm

 

Clark, David  <clark@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-6410
photo Lecturer
RLM 13.164, 471-6410

Office Hours: TBA

 

photo Clinical Assistant Professor
Ph. D. Carnegie Mellon University, 2006
Applied Probability, Statistics
RLM 13.142, 232-6186

Office Hours: TBA

photo Assistant Professor
Ph.D, Stanford, 2011
Low dimensional geometry and topology
RLM 10.128, 471-1140

Office Hours: 341: M1-2, W4-5 408D: M1-2, Tu5-6

 

photo Clinical Professor
Advisor – Mathematics Teaching Options
Ph.D.; M.A. Mathematics, U. Idaho, 2001
Mathematics for Secondary Teaching and UTeach
RLM 10.114, 475-9145
PAI 4.10, 232-5767

Office Hours: 10-11 am WF or by appointment

 

Davis, Kathy  <davis@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-0128
photo Associate Professor
Ph.D., Cornell University, 1974
Harmonic Analysis; Signal Analysis
RLM 9.138, 471-0128

Office Hours: TBA

 

photo RLM 11.110, 475-9517

Office Hours: TBA

photo Professor
CAM Chair (No. 1)
Ph.D, Uppsala University, 1969
Applied & Computational Mathematics.
RLM 11.148, 471-7163
ACES 3.324, 471-2160

Office Hours: M 2-3, W 9-10

photo Professor
R. L. Moore Chair
Ph.D., SNS Pisa (Italy) and ENS Lyon (France), 2007
PDE, Optimal Transport, Calculus of Variations
RLM 10.148, 475-8145

Office Hours: TBA

 

Freed, Dan  <dafr@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-7136
photo Professor
Mildred Caldwell and Baine Perkins Kerr Centennial Professor of Mathematics
Ph.D., University of California (Berkeley), 1985
Geometry and Topology
RLM 9.162, 471-7136

Office Hours: W 10:30–12:00

Gamba, Irene  <gamba@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-7150
photo Professor
Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1989
Applied Mathematics, Partial Differential Equations.
RLM 10.166, 471-7150
ACES 3.340, 471-7422

Office Hours: T 11:00-12:00am and by appointment

 

photo Professor
Ph.D., Oxford (England), 1963
Harmonic Analysis and Functional Analysis.
RLM 12.134, 471-1179

Office Hours: TTh 12:30-2:00pm

 

photo Lecturer
Ph.D., University of Nebraska, 1989
Number Theory
RLM 11.104, 471-9171

Office Hours: MWF 2:00 to 2:50, or by appointment.

 

Gompf, Robert  <gompf@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-8182
photo Professor
Jane and Roland Blumberg Centennial Professor
Ph.D., University of California (Berkeley), 1984
Geometric Topology.
RLM 12.150, 471-8182

Office Hours: M 1-2, WF 12-1 (Fall 2015)

 

Gonzalez, Oscar  <og@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-1138
photo Professor
Ph.D., Stanford University, 1996
Computational and applied mathematics
RLM 10.122, 471-1138

Office Hours: Tu 1-2, W 12-1, Th 9-10

 

photo Professor
Sid W. Richardson Foundation Regents Chair (No. 2)
Ph.D, Cambridge (England), 1971
Geometric Topology.
RLM 12.112, 471-1173

Office Hours: MWF 11-12

 

photo Bing Instructor
Ph.D. Northwestern University, 2013
RLM 11.166,

Office Hours: TBA

Hadani, Ronny  <hadani@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-0175
photo Assistant Professor
Ph. D. Tel-Aviv University
Representation theory
RLM 12.118, 471-0175

Office Hours: TBA

 

Hager, Amanda  <achager@math.utexas.edu > (512) 475-9143
photo Lecturer
Ph.D, University of Iowa, 2010
Algebraic Topology, Combinatorics and Graph Theory
RLM 10.110, 475-9143

Office Hours: M 9:00-9:50, 2:00-2:50 W 9:00-9:50

 

photo Emeritus – Modified Services
Ph.D., Virginia, 1971
Differential Topology.
RLM 9.156, 471-3158

Office Hours: MF 9:30-11:30

 

photo RLM 11.124, 471-4157

Office Hours: TBA

 

Harper, Shinko  <shinko@math.utexas.edu > (512) 232-6194
photo Lecturer
Ph.D., University of Texas (Austin), 1997
RLM 13.160, 232-6194

Office Hours: TTh 10-10:30, TTh 12:30-1:30

 

photo Lecturer
M.A., University of Texas at Austin, 2008
FCAS, 2015
RLM 13.148, 232-6189

Office Hours: Spring 2015: MWF 9:30am-10:15am; MW 3:00pm-3:30pm

 

He, Yuan  <yuan@math.utexas.edu > (512) 232-6185
photo Lecturer
Ph.D, Columbia University, 2010
Parallel Computing, Nonlinear PDE
RLM 13.140, 232-6185

Office Hours: Tu Th 10:00AM-11:30AM

 

photo Professor
Ph.D., Wisconsin, 1974
Algebra and Commutative Rings.
RLM 9.150, 471-1130

Office Hours: T W Th 11-12

 

photo Instructor
Ph.D. Brown University, 2013
RLM 11.108, 512-471-9178

Office Hours: TBA

photo Assistant Professor
RLM 12.126,

Office Hours: TBA

photo R. H. Bing Instructor
Ph.D., Seoul National University , 2013
PDEs, Applied Mathematics
RLM 10.164, 512-471-3149

Office Hours: See my webpage

 

Keel, Sean  <keel@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-3126
photo Professor
Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1989
Algebraic Geometry.
RLM 9.130, 471-3126

Office Hours: Tu: 11-12, W:9-10, F:4:30-5:30

 

photo Professor
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1999
Geometric Analysis, Differential Geometry, Geometric PDE.
RLM 9.152, 512-471-8131

Office Hours: By appointment during summer.

 

Koch, Hans  <koch@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-8183
photo Professor
Ph.D., Geneva (Switzerland), 1979
Mathematical Physics, Dynamical Systems, Statistical Mechanics
RLM 12.152, 471-8183

Office Hours: Tue Thu Fri 4:00-5:00

 

Korman, Eric  <ekorman@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-1135
photo Instructor
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 2014
RLM 11.166, 471-1135

Office Hours: TBA

 

Krummel, Brian  <bkrummel@math > (512) 475-9142
photo Research Fellow
Ph. D.
RLM 10.108, 475-9142

Office Hours: TBA

photo Lecturer
Ph.D, University of Nancy and Bonn
RLM 11.154, 475-8764

Office Hours: TBA

 

Lee, Christine  <clee@math > (512) 471-7125
photo NSF Postdoc
Ph. D. Michigan State University, 2015
Quantum link invariants and low-dimensional topology
RLM 9.126, 471-7125

Office Hours: TBA

 

Lock, Michael  <mlock@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-5179
photo Instructor
Ph.D. the University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2013
RLM 9.118, 471-5179

Office Hours: TBA

 

Lomeli, Hector  <lomeli@math.utexas.edu > (512) 475-8764
photo Lecturer
RLM 11.154, 475-8764

Office Hours: TBA

 

Luecke, John  <luecke@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-4176
photo Professor
Ph.D., University of Texas (Austin), 1985
Topology.
RLM 12.122, 471-4176

Office Hours: M,T 5-6, F 3-4, (W 3-5 for 382C)

photo Associate Professor
Ph.D, University of Firenze, 2004
Calculus of Variations, Geometric Measure Theory, PDE
RLM 10.124,

Office Hours: T 11-12 Th 9-10

 

photo Clinical Professor, Paul V. Montgomery Fellow
Actuarial Studies Program Director
PhD, Oregon State University, 1994
Actuarial Science Education, Probability, Litter Prevention
RLM 11.168, (512) 471-7169
ASA, 2003

Office Hours: Mon 8:30A-10:30A Wed 8:30A-11:30A Administrative: Tue & Thu 11:00A-11:45A By A

 

Meth, John  <jmeth@math.utexas.edu > (512) 475-9138
photo Lecturer
Ph. D. University of Texas At Austin, 2009
Algebra
RLM 9.144, 475-9138

Office Hours: MW 10:30 – 11:30 AM

 

Miller, Jesse  <jmiller@math.utexas.edu > (512) 232-6193
photo Lecturer
RLM 13.158, 232-6193

Office Hours: TBA

 

Miner, Zachary  <zminer@math.utexas.edu > (512) 475-9172
photo Lecturer
Ph.D, UT Austin 2011
Algebraic Number Theory
RLM 12.144, 475-9172

Office Hours: TuTh 11:45a-1:15p

 

Mohammadi, Amir  <amir@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-8186
photo Assistant Professor
Ph.D, Yale University, 2009
Lie groups and ergodic theory
RLM 12.160, 471-8186

Office Hours: TBA

 

Mooney, Connor  <cmooney@math > (512) 475-9142
photo NSF Postdoc
Ph. D.
RLM 10.108, 475-9142

Office Hours: TBA

 

photo Lecturer
Ph.D. Baylor University
Zeta functions
RLM 13.158, 232-6193

Office Hours: M 1-2, W 11-12, 2-3

 

photo Professor
Bayesian statistics
RLM 11.174, 471-7168

Office Hours: MW 5-6pm

photo Assistant Professor (on leave)
RLM 10.108, 475-9142

Office Hours: TBA

 

photo Associate Professor
Ph.D., Harvard University, 2005
Geometry, Physics
RLM 9.134, 471-1132

Office Hours: TBA

 

photo Diophantine Geometry and Number Theory
RLM 12.142, 471-6948

Office Hours: TBA

 

Nibert, Joel  <nibert@math.utexas.edu > (512) 232-6193
photo Lecturer
Ph.D., University of Southern California, 2012
Probability and Stochastic Processes
RLM 13.158, (512) 232-6193

Office Hours: M W 10:00 – 10:50, T 12:00 – 1:00

Parker, Mary  <parker@math.utexas.edu > (512) 232-6194
photo Sr. Lecturer
Ph.D., University of Texas (Austin), 1988
Statistics.
RLM 13.160, 232-6194

Office Hours: TTh 4:30 – 5:00 pm, 6:15-6:45 pm in FAC 101B
Appt. RLM 13.160 earlier TTh af

 

photo Assistant Professor
Ph.D. 2010, University of Rome
RLM 12.156, 471-7711

Office Hours: TBA

 

photo Associate Professor
Ph. D. University of Illinois at Chicago, 2002
PDE, Harmonic Analysis
RLM 12.162, 471-1187

Office Hours: Th 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm or by appointment.

 

photo Assistant Professor
Ph. D. University of London, 2005
Symplectic Topology and Low-dimensional Topology
RLM 10.136, 471-6142

Office Hours: TBA

Radin, Charles  <radin@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-0174
photo Professor
Ph.D., Rochester,1970
Mathematical Physics, Discrete Geometry
RLM 12.114, 471-0174

Office Hours: TBA

 

photo Senior Lecturer
M.A., Rochester (New York), 1968
Mathematics Education.
RLM 13.146, 512-232-6188

Office Hours: MWF 11:45-12:45

 

Reid, Alan  <areid@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-3153
photo Professor
Department Chair
Pennzoil Company Regents Professor

Ph.D., University of Aberdeen (U.K.), 1988
Low-dimensional topology, hyperbolic manifolds and discrete groups.
RLM 10.172, 471-3153
RLM 8.152, 471-0117

Office Hours: TBA

 

Ren, Kui  <ren@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-3152
photo Associate Professor
Ph. D. Columbia University, 2006
Numerical Analysis
RLM 10.170, 471-3152

Office Hours: T TH 9:30 – 10:30 AM

 

Rhodes, Ben  <rhodes@math.utexas.edu > (512) 232-6189
photo Lecturer
Ph.D., Oklahoma State University,1961.
Statistics
RLM 13.148, 232-6189

Office Hours: M-W: 3:30-4:30p.m. T-Th: 12:40-1:40 p.m.

 

Rodin, Altha  <rodin@math.utexas.edu > (512) 475-9517
photo Senior Lecturer
Ph.D, University of Texas (Austin), 1988
Division Algebras.
RLM 11.110, 475-9517

Office Hours: MWF 10:00-10:50 am

 

photo R. H. Bing Instructor
Ph.D, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (Barcelona), 2014
Partial Differential Equations
RLM 11.108, 475-9178

Office Hours: TBA

 

Rusin, David  <rusin@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-6112
photo Lecturer
Ph.D., Univ of Chicago
Algebra
RLM 9.140, 471-6112

Office Hours: T, Th 11-2

Sadun, Lorenzo  <sadun@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-7121
photo Professor
Ph.D., University of California (Berkeley), 1987
Mathematical Physics, Differential Geometry, and Analysis.
RLM 9.114, 471-7121
475-8141

Office Hours: W10-11 and Th2-3 in 9.114

 

photo Lecturer
Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin, 2011
RLM 13.162, 232-6195

Office Hours: MWF 2 pm to 3 pm

 

photo Assistant Professor
Ph.D, University of Chicago, 2008
RLM 12.154, 471-7189

Office Hours: TBA

 

photo Lecturer
M.A.T., Duke University
Mathematics Education.
RLM 13.146, 232-6188

Office Hours: MWF 1-1:50 p.m.

 

photo Lecturer
Ph.D., University of Texas (Austin), 1984
Algebra.
Masters Degree in Music (Musicology), University of Texas (Austin) 2000
RLM 13.164, 471-6410

Office Hours: MWF, 3:15 PM – 4:45 PM

 

Sirbu, Mihai  <sirbu@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-5161
photo Associate Professor
Ph.D Carnegie Mellon University, 2004
Mathematical Finance and Applied Probability
RLM 11.140, 471-5161

Office Hours: T 4-5pm, Th 9:30-10:30 am

 

Spice, Anna  <aspice@math.utexas.edu > (512) 232-6186
photo Lecturer
Ph. D, University of Padova, 2006
RLM 13.142, 232-6186

Office Hours: TBA

 

photo Professor
Distinguished Teaching Professor
Ph.D., Wisconsin, 1974
Topology.
RLM 11.122, 471-5156

Office Hours: TBA

 

Staron, Eric  <estaron@math.utexas.edu > (512) 475-8689
photo Lecturer
Ph.D, UT Austin, 2012
RLM 12.144, 475-8689

Office Hours: TH: 3:30 TH: 5-6

 

photo Lecturer
RLM 13.146, 232-6188

Office Hours: TBA

Tran, Ngoc  <ntran@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-1167
photo Assistant Professor (on leave)
Simons postdoc fellow
RLM 8.100, 471-1167

Office Hours: TBA

 

Tran, Giang (512) 471-1167
photo Bing Instructor
Ph.D. UCLA, 2015
RLM 11.164, 471-1167

Office Hours: TBA

 

photo Professor
Director, Charles A. Dana Center for Mathematics and Science Education
Ph.D., University of California (Berkeley), 1985
Undergraduate Mathematics Development.
RLM 10.162, 232-2271
UTA 3.206, 471-6190

Office Hours: TBA

 

photo Professor
Ph.D. UCLA, 2002
Applied Mathematics.
RLM 11.160, 471-7133
ACES 3.332

Office Hours: W 2:30-3:30

Um, Ko Woon  <kum@math.utexas.edu > (512) 232-6185
photo Lecturer
Ph.D, University of Iowa, 2010
Partial Differential Equations
RLM 13.140, 232-6185

Office Hours: W 11 am -1 pm Th 2-3 pm

photo Professor
Ph.D., Ecole Normale Superieure / Paris VI, 1999
Partial Differential Equations.
RLM 11.172, 471-2363

Office Hours: M:9:00-10:00am, Th:12:30-2:00pm.

 

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Ph.D., Moscow (Russia), 1980
Partial Differential Equations, Fluid Dynamics.
RLM 11.128, 471-1165

Office Hours: TBA

 

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Ph.D., Cambridge (England), 1985
Number Theory, Algebraic Geometry.
RLM 9.122, 471-2674

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RLM 10.174, 512-471-7154

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Ward, Rachel  <rachel@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-0144
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Ph.D, Princeton University, 2009
Applied harmonic analysis, probability and numerical analysis
RLM 10.144, 471-0144

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RLM 13.160, 232-6194

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Wolesensky, Kris  <kwolesensky@math > 512-232-6195
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Ph. D.
RLM 13.162, 512-232-6195

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Yu, Cheng  <yucheng@math.utexas.edu > (512) 471-4157
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Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh, 2013
RLM 11.124, 471-4157

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photo Professor (Mathematics and IROM)
Chair in Mathematics, V.F.Neuhaus Centennial Professor of Finance
Ph.D., Brown University, 1989.
Applied Mathematics.
RLM 11.170, 471-7170
CBA 6.316, 471-9432

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photo Associate Professor
Ph. D. Columbia University, 2003
Mathematical Finance and Probability
RLM 11.132, 471-1159

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mother’s day and sweet sayings

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Mother’s Day

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This article is about a holiday celebrating mothers and motherhood. For other uses, see Mother’s Day (disambiguation).
Mother’s Day
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A mother posing with her card
Observed by 40+ countries
Type Worldwide
Significance Honors mothers and motherhood
Date Many dates
Frequency Annual
Related to Children’s Day, Siblings Day, Father’s Day, Parents’ Day

Mother’s Day is a celebration honoring the mother of the family, as well as motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers in society. It is celebrated on various days in many parts of the world, most commonly in the months of March or May. It complements similar celebrations honoring family members, such as Father’s Day and Siblings Day.

In the United States, celebration of Mother’s Day began in the early 20th century. It is not related to the many celebrations of mothers and motherhood that have occurred throughout the world over thousands of years, such as the Greek cult to Cybele, the Roman festival of Hilaria, or the Christian Mothering Sunday celebration (originally a commemoration of Mother Church, not motherhood).[1][2][3][4] In some countries, Mother’s Day has become synonymous with these older traditions.[5]

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Establishment of holiday

The modern holiday of Mother’s Day was first celebrated in 1908, when Anna Jarvis held a memorial for her mother at St Andrew’s Methodist Church in Grafton, West Virginia. Today St Andrew’s Methodist Church now holds the International Mother’s Day Shrine.[6] Her campaign to make “Mother’s Day” a recognized holiday in the United States began in 1905, the year her mother, Ann Reeves Jarvis, died. Ann Jarvis had been a peace activist who cared for wounded soldiers on both sides of the American Civil War, and created Mother’s Day Work Clubs to address public health issues. Anna Jarvis wanted to honor her mother by continuing the work she started and to set aside a day to honor all mothers, because she believed that they were “the person who has done more for you than anyone in the world”.[citation needed]

In 1908, the US Congress rejected a proposal to make Mother’s Day an official holiday, joking that they would have to proclaim also a “Mother-in-law’s Day”. However, owing to the efforts of Anna Jarvis, by 1911 all US states observed[clarification needed] the holiday, with some of them officially recognizing Mother’s Day as a local holiday,[7] the first being West Virginia, Jarvis’ home state, in 1910. In 1914, Woodrow Wilson signed a proclamation designating Mother’s Day, held on the second Sunday in May, as a national holiday to honor mothers.[8]

Although Jarvis was successful in founding Mother’s Day, she became resentful of the commercialization of the holiday. By the early 1920s, Hallmark Cards and other companies had started selling Mother’s Day cards. Jarvis believed that the companies had misinterpreted and exploited the idea of Mother’s Day, and that the emphasis of the holiday was on sentiment, not profit. As a result, she organized boycotts of Mother’s Day, and threatened to issue lawsuits against the companies involved.[9] Jarvis argued that people should appreciate and honor their mothers through handwritten letters expressing their love and gratitude, instead of buying gifts and pre-made cards.[8] Jarvis protested at a candy makers’ convention in Philadelphia in 1923, and at a meeting of American War Mothers in 1925. By this time, carnations had become associated with Mother’s Day, and the selling of carnations by the American War Mothers to raise money angered Jarvis, who was arrested for disturbing the peace.[8][9]

Jarvis’ holiday was adopted by other countries, and it is now celebrated all over the world.[original research?]

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In 1912 Anna Jarvis trademarked the phrases “second Sunday in May” and “Mother’s Day”, and created the Mother’s Day International Association.[10] She specifically noted that “Mother’s” should “be a singular possessive, for each family to honor its own mother, not a plural possessive commemorating all mothers in the world.”[11] This is also the spelling used by U.S. President Woodrow Wilson in his 1914 presidential proclamation, by the U.S. Congress in relevant bills,[12][13] and by various U.S. presidents in their proclamations concerning Mother’s Day.[14]

Dates around the world

While the United States holiday was adopted by some other countries, existing celebrations, held on different dates, honouring motherhood have become described as “Mother’s Day”, such as Mothering Sunday in the United Kingdom or, in Greece, the Eastern Orthodox celebration of the presentation of Jesus Christ to the temple (2 February of Julian Calendar). Both the secular and religious Mother Day are present in Greece. Mothering Sunday is often referred to as “Mother’s Day” even though it is an unrelated celebration.[5]

In some countries, the date adopted is one significant to the majority religion, such as Virgin Mary Day in Catholic countries. Other countries selected a date with historical significance. For example, Bolivia’s Mother’s Day is the date of a battle in which women participated.[15] See the “International history and tradition” section for the complete list.

Ex-communist countries usually celebrated the socialist International Women’s Day instead of the more capitalist Mother’s Day.[16][not in citation given] Some ex-communist countries, such as Russia, still follow this custom[17] or simply celebrate both holidays, which is the custom in Ukraine. Kyrgyzstan has recently introduced Mother’s Day, but International Women’s Day remains a more widely popular holiday.

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Release date: April 29, 2016 (USA)

 

Schmidt lecturer predicts higher ed’s future: Lifelong, tech-based learning instead of 4 years

UT-Arlington’s Siemens says professors will track student engagement, students will take ‘learner profiles’ with them

We know about the clicker – a handheld device that lets professors pose a question and learn almost instantly how many students understand the material.

Education researcher and MOOC pioneer George Siemens knows what comes after the clicker.

He’s predicting a data-rich environment where students wear new devices – or simply the Fitbits and Apple Watches they already own – conveying information about whether they’re engaged, anxious or bored. Professors will use eye-tracking technology to know whether they’re looking at the screen up front or the smartphone in their laps.

Siemens, here Wednesday for the Schmidt Family Annual Educational Technologies Lectureship, is executive director of the Learning Innovation and Networked Knowledge Research Lab at the University of Texas, Arlington, but his grad students work in schools across the U.S.

With today’s technology, why shouldn’t they? Siemens contends.

“We have to do away with the idea of geographically combined research labs,” he told his audience at Vanderbilt University School of Engineering. “You’ll find this hard to believe, but not everybody wants to come to Texas.”

In a lecture titled The Future of Learning: Digital, Data-Driven, and Distributed that was by turns humorous and visionary, Siemens outlined a new kind of higher education where the 18-to-22-year-old student attending a university for four years is virtually nonexistent. Even now, only 50 percent of university students attend school full-time, and the average age for new students is rising.

“More students with more varied backgrounds are entering,” Siemens said. “At the same time, there is a massive reduction in state support of public education across the board, from 62 percent of costs in 2005 to 51 percent in 2014.

“If you don’t have an education, the doors of opportunity are getting smaller and smaller.”

Future students will travel in and out of educational systems their entire lives, reinventing themselves as the career market or their changing interests prompt them, he predicts.

A “learner profile” or “personal learning graph” will follow them throughout their working years, keeping track of knowledge and skills acquired both in classrooms and on the job. When they return to universities for more classes, admissions employees will personalize a course of study that gets them where they want to go quickly instead of issuing standardized schedules.

And students will learn in a combination of massive open online courses (MOOCs) and in person, depending on what they want and need.

He called for more use of big data and neuroscience to adapt curriculum to the way people learn, while warning that one size will never fit all when it comes to education, and not everything with the title “neuroscience” or “brain-based” slapped on it is meaningful.

“Have you heard that phrase ‘brain-based learning?’” he said. “You all are engaged in butt-based sitting right now.”

The lectureship’s focus is to explore advances in digital learning and how those apply in practice. Doug Schmidt, associate chair for computer science and professor of electrical engineering and computer science, and his parents, retired Navy Capt. Raymond P. Schmidt and Roberta R. Schmidt, created the lectureship.

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Heidi Hall, (615) 322-6614

poetry rally week 83, nutrition or free verse (number two)

 

the sky cries hard
she feels like a broken arrow

far from Spage Yee home,
we find Qingwei Yao stir strong fire on her stove

a guy from Lafayette, IN speaks,
he calls Hua Yong, Hansheng Pan, and Xi Sun names

folks hearing him may disagree,
despite that the sky continues pouring her sober tears

the road is wet,
my car wheels roll with sad splashes

future unknown
life becomes sane

by dawn,
some notice the orange cue from the vanishing sun ray

wild geese waddle in silence,
Qing Wu, Jenny Wu, Patrick Flynn, Flavio Rocha, and Yi liu clutch their fists

rain, rain, rain,
it sheds thousands of years of sorrow

confused drivers,
yaya’s cafe takes visitors from Penn Yan village

new york city glances
the wall street journey halts