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OUTLOOK @MSRI, Oct/Nov 2013

OUTLOOK FROM MSRI: October/November 2013

For information on submitting proposals to MSRI, to apply for program memberships or workshops, the 2014 Summer Graduate Schools, and many other areas, please see www.msri.org. Videos of many lectures at MSRI can be found on VMath.  For information on Math Circles, see www.mathcircles.org and http://www.msri.org/web/msri/education/for-k-12-educators/math-circles.  For information on exhibits and activities at the Lawrence Hall of Science, please visit http://lawrencehallofscience.org/visit  Information about upcoming Julia Robinson Mathematics Festivals can be found here: http://juliarobinsonmathfestival.org/index.html


1.  October–November 2013 Workshops

2.  “Not on the Test” MSRI-BCC Lecture Series

3.  Emissary newsletter

4.  Programs in 2013–16

5.  Modern Math Workshop

6.  How to donate to MSRI

7. Math & Public Announcement subscriptions



Fluid Mechanics, Hamiltonian Dynamics, and Numerical Aspects of Optimal Transportation
October 14–18, 2013

Bay Area Differential Geometry Seminar (BADGS) Fall 2013
October 19, 2013



The Not on the Test: The Pleasures and Uses of Mathematics lecture series, jointly co-hosted by MSRI and Berkeley City College (BCC), presents a talk by Stanford University Professor Keith Devlin on “Video Games for Mathematics,” on Wed., October 9, 7:00–8:15 pm; additionally, UC Berkeley Professor Inez Fung will give a talk on "Verifying Greenhouse Gas Emissions" on Wed., November 6, 7:00–8:15 pm.  The six-part lecture series (see www.msri.org/events/nott) will be held in BCC’s Auditorium at 2050 Center Street in Berkeley.  For more information and to RSVP, please visit http://tinyurl.com/KeithDevlin and http://tinyurl.com/InezFung.  This series is sponsored by the Simons Foundation.



Read the Spring 2013 issue of MSRI’s newsletter, the EMISSARY, which can be downloaded. To get your e-copy, go to http://www.msri.org/web/msri/static-pages/-/node/16


4. PROGRAMS, 2013–16

For descriptions of our current and future semester- and year-long Scientific Programs, please visit https://www.msri.org/web/msri/scientific/programs



The eight NSF-funded US mathematics institutes created a collaborative diversity initiative that began in the fall of 2011.  This program sponsors several mathematics and diversity oriented workshops per year.  The next activity in this series is the Modern Math Workshop, which will take place October 2–3, 2013 in San Antonio, Texas, preceding the annual SACNAS National Conference.  Please visit http://icerm.brown.edu/mmw2013 for more details.  The full list of upcoming diversity initiative events may be found at: http://www.mathinstitutes.org/diversity.php.



ARCHIMEDES SOCIETY: Annual Fund gifts are recognized through membership in the Archimedes Society.  Archimedes Society members enjoy reserved seating for public events and are invited to special receptions.  Annual Fund gifts support all of MSRI’s activities, including scientific research, K–12 education, and community outreach. Over 3,500 young people participate in our education programs each year and countless others attend our public programs.  For more information and to join the Archimedes Society, please go to https://secure.entango.com/donate/ZbzmT35yJjs

MUSEION: Your generous gift of $5,041 or more is recognized by an invitation to MSRI’s Museion dinner and lecture series.  At Museion, an elegant dinner complements a lecture by an acclaimed expert in the mathematical sciences.  Attendees have a unique opportunity to get to know the speakers during the discussion following the lecture.  For more information about Museion, please visit http://www.msri.org/web/msri/pages/23 or contact Development by emailing development@msri.org.

GAUSS SOCIETY: The Gauss Society honors donors who have chosen to designate MSRI in their Will or Living Trust. Income from contributed endowments will help support MSRI's scientific programs in perpetuity.  Professor Douglas Lind chairs the Gauss Society and hosts an annual gathering each January to recognize its members. For more information, please visit http://www.msri.org/web/msri/static-pages/-/node/235 or contact Development by emailing development@msri.org.

CORPORATE PARTNERS PROGRAM: MSRI is grateful to those corporations that have supported our education and scientific programs.  Corporate Partners members enjoy a variety of benefits including invitations to special events and listing in MSRI publications.  For more information about the Corporate Partners program, please visit http://www.msri.org/web/msri/support-msri/corporate-sponsors or contact Development by emailing development@msri.org.



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