Department of Mathematics & Statistics Calendar Week of September 3 ‹ 9, 2007 Monday, September 3, 2007 NO CLASSES ‹ OFFICE CLOSED ‹ LABOR DAY HOLIDAY Tuesday, September 4, 2007 11:00 AM Graduate Committee Meeting 400 MSc 1:00 PM Statistics Education Seminar 459 MSc Professor James ALBERT, BGSU "Finding Good Data for MATH 115" 3:30 PM Tenured/Tenure Track Faculty Meeting 459 MSc Dr. Heinz BULMAHN, Graduate College TOPIC: 4 Years of PhD Funding Wednesday, September 5, 2007 10:30 AM Statistics Seminar 459 MSc Dr. John CHEN, BGSU "Matrix Variate Skew Normal Models" 1:30 PM Education Seminar **208 MSLY** "Working with the Math Lab" 3:30 PM Calculus Seminar 459 MSc "Dealing with Students Who Think They Know Calculus" Thursday, September 6, 2007 10:30 AM MATH 122 Instructors Meeting 400 MSc 10:45 AM MATH 112 Instructors Meeting 459 MSc 2:30 PM Undergraduate Committee Meeting 400 MSc 3:30 PM Foundational Math Committee 400 MSc 4:30 PM Lattice Ordered Groups Seminar 459 MSc Friday, September 7, 2007 12:00 Noon Calendar Information Due to Cyndi for next week's calendar 12:00 Noon Graduate Student Seminar 400 MSc Papiya BHATTACHARJEE "Introduction to Frames" 3:30 PM Refreshments served prior to the colloquium 459 MSc 3:45 PM Colloquium 459 MSc Dr. Tonghui (Tony) WANG, New Mexico State University "Versions of Cochran's Theorem under Multivariate Settings' ABSTRACT: It is well known that Cochran's theorem related to the distribution of quadratic forms plays an important role in regression, analysis of variance, covariance analysis, linear models, MINQUE theory, etc. Cochran's theorem in its univariate and multivariate versions provides connections between statistics and matrix algebra. In this talk, we will discuss versions of Cochran's theorem for multivariate normal model, for elliptically contoured models, and for skew normal models. Also several research projects in this topic will be addressed in this talk. Saturday, September 8, 2007 Sunday, September 9, 2007
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