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In 1986, the mathematics faculty of Converse College, Wofford
College and University of South Carolina Upstate (then USC Spartanburg) joined
under the leadership of USC Upstate professor Guy Jacobsohn to sponsor an
annual mathematics colloquium series. The colloquia are designed to encourage
interaction among mathematics students and faculty.Each
participating institution hosts one mathematics lecture on their campus each
semester. Guest lecturers have included nationally recognized mathematicians as
well as faculty from the participating colleges, the University of South
Carolina and Clemson University. The programs are designed at a level that can
be understood by the undergraduate mathematics student. The purpose of the
series is to enrich the undergraduate experience and to provide an opportunity
for the students and faculty on the three campuses to get to know one
another.Upon the untimely passing of Guy Jacobsohn in the spring of
2003, the series was renamed from the Spartanburg Collegiate Mathematics
Colloquium Series to the Guy Jacobsohn Memorial Mathematics Colloquium
Series.The schedule and brochure for the Spring 2015 Colloquium talks will be posted as they are made available.
Division ChairDr. Jerome Lewis
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