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UID:https://events.ucf.edu/event/944291/history-faculty-book-talk/
DTSTAMP:20180927T163000
DTSTART:20180927T163000
DTEND:20180927T180000
LOCATION:Trevor Colbourn Hall: 351
SUMMARY:History Faculty Book Talk
DESCRIPTION:You are invited to join the UCF History Department for a Faculty Book Talk.\n\nDr. Barbara Gannon, Dr. Duncan Hardy, Dr. David Head and Dr. Luis Martinez-Fernandez will discuss their recent publications in a panel format.
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UID:https://events.ucf.edu/event/948164/central-florida-math-circle/
DTSTAMP:20180929T140000
DTSTART:20180929T140000
DTEND:20180929T160000
LOCATION:Mathematical Sciences Building: 318
SUMMARY:Central Florida Math Circle
DESCRIPTION:The Central Florida Math Circle is an effort of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Central Florida to offer the middle/high school students of the Central Florida region an opportunity to have fun with mathematics.\n\nThe Math Circle is not directed towards a particular curriculum; it is not a class, a lecture or a tutorial. It is a directed experience in encouragement of student discovery of mathematics. We are happy to be part of a national effort "The National Association of Math Circles" to encourage and develop mathematical insight in students.\n\nAll sessions are guided by math faculty at the University of Central Florida. During the sessions, students will be engaged in problem-solving activities which will sharpen their understanding of the curriculum related topics. All meeting sessions will be held on Saturdays, 2:00pm-4:00pm, in the room 318 of the Mathematical Sciences Building on the UCF campus. Please check the website () for more detailed information on meeting dates, etc.\n\nOnline problem challenge, instead of meeting sessions will be held on September 29th, October 6th, November 10th, November 17th, and November 24th due to campus closure as of football games or holiday.
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UID:https://events.ucf.edu/event/948612/riches-oral-history-workshop/
DTSTAMP:20181004T153000
DTSTART:20181004T153000
DTEND:20181004T174500
LOCATION:Trevor Colbourn Hal: 203
SUMMARY:RICHES Oral History Workshop
DESCRIPTION:Attend this free informative session on conducting oral history interviews and receive helpful tips on developing interview questions. The session also outlines steps to take prior to and after the interview. Participants will engage in a mock interview.\n\nIf you would like to attend, please register by emailing riches@ucf.edu by October 3.
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UID:https://events.ucf.edu/event/948165/central-florida-math-circle/
DTSTAMP:20181006T140000
DTSTART:20181006T140000
DTEND:20181006T160000
LOCATION:Mathematical Sciences Building: 318
SUMMARY:Central Florida Math Circle
DESCRIPTION:The Central Florida Math Circle is an effort of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Central Florida to offer the middle/high school students of the Central Florida region an opportunity to have fun with mathematics.\n\nThe Math Circle is not directed towards a particular curriculum; it is not a class, a lecture or a tutorial. It is a directed experience in encouragement of student discovery of mathematics. We are happy to be part of a national effort "The National Association of Math Circles" to encourage and develop mathematical insight in students.\n\nAll sessions are guided by math faculty at the University of Central Florida. During the sessions, students will be engaged in problem-solving activities which will sharpen their understanding of the curriculum related topics. All meeting sessions will be held on Saturdays, 2:00pm-4:00pm, in the room 318 of the Mathematical Sciences Building on the UCF campus. Please check the website () for more detailed information on meeting dates, etc.\n\nOnline problem challenge, instead of meeting sessions will be held on September 29th, October 6th, November 10th, November 17th, and November 24th due to campus closure as of football games or holiday.
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UID:https://events.ucf.edu/event/944318/plagiarism-citation-workshop/
DTSTAMP:20181009T140000
DTSTART:20181009T140000
DTEND:20181009T150000
LOCATION:John C. Hitt Library 235A
SUMMARY:Plagiarism & Citation Workshop
DESCRIPTION:This librarian led workshop will teach you how to:\n\n * avoid plagiarism\n * correctly use citations
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UID:https://events.ucf.edu/event/948166/central-florida-math-circle/
DTSTAMP:20181013T140000
DTSTART:20181013T140000
DTEND:20181013T160000
LOCATION:Mathematical Sciences Building: 318
SUMMARY:Central Florida Math Circle
DESCRIPTION:The Central Florida Math Circle is an effort of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Central Florida to offer the middle/high school students of the Central Florida region an opportunity to have fun with mathematics.\n\nThe Math Circle is not directed towards a particular curriculum; it is not a class, a lecture or a tutorial. It is a directed experience in encouragement of student discovery of mathematics. We are happy to be part of a national effort "The National Association of Math Circles" to encourage and develop mathematical insight in students.\n\nAll sessions are guided by math faculty at the University of Central Florida. During the sessions, students will be engaged in problem-solving activities which will sharpen their understanding of the curriculum related topics. All meeting sessions will be held on Saturdays, 2:00pm-4:00pm, in the room 318 of the Mathematical Sciences Building on the UCF campus. Please check the website () for more detailed information on meeting dates, etc.\n\nOnline problem challenge, instead of meeting sessions will be held on September 29th, October 6th, November 10th, November 17th, and November 24th due to campus closure as of football games or holiday.
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UID:https://events.ucf.edu/event/948167/central-florida-math-circle/
DTSTAMP:20181020T140000
DTSTART:20181020T140000
DTEND:20181020T160000
LOCATION:Mathematical Sciences Building: 318
SUMMARY:Central Florida Math Circle
DESCRIPTION:The Central Florida Math Circle is an effort of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Central Florida to offer the middle/high school students of the Central Florida region an opportunity to have fun with mathematics.\n\nThe Math Circle is not directed towards a particular curriculum; it is not a class, a lecture or a tutorial. It is a directed experience in encouragement of student discovery of mathematics. We are happy to be part of a national effort "The National Association of Math Circles" to encourage and develop mathematical insight in students.\n\nAll sessions are guided by math faculty at the University of Central Florida. During the sessions, students will be engaged in problem-solving activities which will sharpen their understanding of the curriculum related topics. All meeting sessions will be held on Saturdays, 2:00pm-4:00pm, in the room 318 of the Mathematical Sciences Building on the UCF campus. Please check the website () for more detailed information on meeting dates, etc.\n\nOnline problem challenge, instead of meeting sessions will be held on September 29th, October 6th, November 10th, November 17th, and November 24th due to campus closure as of football games or holiday.
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UID:https://events.ucf.edu/event/948168/central-florida-math-circle/
DTSTAMP:20181027T140000
DTSTART:20181027T140000
DTEND:20181027T160000
LOCATION:Mathematical Sciences Building: 318
SUMMARY:Central Florida Math Circle
DESCRIPTION:The Central Florida Math Circle is an effort of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Central Florida to offer the middle/high school students of the Central Florida region an opportunity to have fun with mathematics.\n\nThe Math Circle is not directed towards a particular curriculum; it is not a class, a lecture or a tutorial. It is a directed experience in encouragement of student discovery of mathematics. We are happy to be part of a national effort "The National Association of Math Circles" to encourage and develop mathematical insight in students.\n\nAll sessions are guided by math faculty at the University of Central Florida. During the sessions, students will be engaged in problem-solving activities which will sharpen their understanding of the curriculum related topics. All meeting sessions will be held on Saturdays, 2:00pm-4:00pm, in the room 318 of the Mathematical Sciences Building on the UCF campus. Please check the website () for more detailed information on meeting dates, etc.\n\nOnline problem challenge, instead of meeting sessions will be held on September 29th, October 6th, November 10th, November 17th, and November 24th due to campus closure as of football games or holiday.
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UID:https://events.ucf.edu/event/948169/central-florida-math-circle/
DTSTAMP:20181103T140000
DTSTART:20181103T140000
DTEND:20181103T160000
LOCATION:Mathematical Sciences Building: 318
SUMMARY:Central Florida Math Circle
DESCRIPTION:The Central Florida Math Circle is an effort of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Central Florida to offer the middle/high school students of the Central Florida region an opportunity to have fun with mathematics.\n\nThe Math Circle is not directed towards a particular curriculum; it is not a class, a lecture or a tutorial. It is a directed experience in encouragement of student discovery of mathematics. We are happy to be part of a national effort "The National Association of Math Circles" to encourage and develop mathematical insight in students.\n\nAll sessions are guided by math faculty at the University of Central Florida. During the sessions, students will be engaged in problem-solving activities which will sharpen their understanding of the curriculum related topics. All meeting sessions will be held on Saturdays, 2:00pm-4:00pm, in the room 318 of the Mathematical Sciences Building on the UCF campus. Please check the website () for more detailed information on meeting dates, etc.\n\nOnline problem challenge, instead of meeting sessions will be held on September 29th, October 6th, November 10th, November 17th, and November 24th due to campus closure as of football games or holiday.
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UID:https://events.ucf.edu/event/948170/central-florida-math-circle/
DTSTAMP:20181110T140000
DTSTART:20181110T140000
DTEND:20181110T160000
LOCATION:Mathematical Sciences Building: 318
SUMMARY:Central Florida Math Circle
DESCRIPTION:The Central Florida Math Circle is an effort of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Central Florida to offer the middle/high school students of the Central Florida region an opportunity to have fun with mathematics.\n\nThe Math Circle is not directed towards a particular curriculum; it is not a class, a lecture or a tutorial. It is a directed experience in encouragement of student discovery of mathematics. We are happy to be part of a national effort "The National Association of Math Circles" to encourage and develop mathematical insight in students.\n\nAll sessions are guided by math faculty at the University of Central Florida. During the sessions, students will be engaged in problem-solving activities which will sharpen their understanding of the curriculum related topics. All meeting sessions will be held on Saturdays, 2:00pm-4:00pm, in the room 318 of the Mathematical Sciences Building on the UCF campus. Please check the website () for more detailed information on meeting dates, etc.\n\nOnline problem challenge, instead of meeting sessions will be held on September 29th, October 6th, November 10th, November 17th, and November 24th due to campus closure as of football games or holiday.
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UID:https://events.ucf.edu/event/944319/plagiarism-citation-workshop/
DTSTAMP:20181116T110000
DTSTART:20181116T110000
DTEND:20181116T120000
LOCATION:John C. Hitt Library: 235C
SUMMARY:Plagiarism & Citation Workshop
DESCRIPTION:This librarian led workshop will teach you how to:\n\n * avoid plagiarism\n * correctly use citations
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UID:https://events.ucf.edu/event/948171/central-florida-math-circle/
DTSTAMP:20181117T140000
DTSTART:20181117T140000
DTEND:20181117T160000
LOCATION:Mathematical Sciences Building: 318
SUMMARY:Central Florida Math Circle
DESCRIPTION:The Central Florida Math Circle is an effort of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Central Florida to offer the middle/high school students of the Central Florida region an opportunity to have fun with mathematics.\n\nThe Math Circle is not directed towards a particular curriculum; it is not a class, a lecture or a tutorial. It is a directed experience in encouragement of student discovery of mathematics. We are happy to be part of a national effort "The National Association of Math Circles" to encourage and develop mathematical insight in students.\n\nAll sessions are guided by math faculty at the University of Central Florida. During the sessions, students will be engaged in problem-solving activities which will sharpen their understanding of the curriculum related topics. All meeting sessions will be held on Saturdays, 2:00pm-4:00pm, in the room 318 of the Mathematical Sciences Building on the UCF campus. Please check the website () for more detailed information on meeting dates, etc.\n\nOnline problem challenge, instead of meeting sessions will be held on September 29th, October 6th, November 10th, November 17th, and November 24th due to campus closure as of football games or holiday.
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UID:https://events.ucf.edu/event/948172/central-florida-math-circle/
DTSTAMP:20181124T140000
DTSTART:20181124T140000
DTEND:20181124T160000
LOCATION:Mathematical Sciences Building: 318
SUMMARY:Central Florida Math Circle
DESCRIPTION:The Central Florida Math Circle is an effort of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Central Florida to offer the middle/high school students of the Central Florida region an opportunity to have fun with mathematics.\n\nThe Math Circle is not directed towards a particular curriculum; it is not a class, a lecture or a tutorial. It is a directed experience in encouragement of student discovery of mathematics. We are happy to be part of a national effort "The National Association of Math Circles" to encourage and develop mathematical insight in students.\n\nAll sessions are guided by math faculty at the University of Central Florida. During the sessions, students will be engaged in problem-solving activities which will sharpen their understanding of the curriculum related topics. All meeting sessions will be held on Saturdays, 2:00pm-4:00pm, in the room 318 of the Mathematical Sciences Building on the UCF campus. Please check the website () for more detailed information on meeting dates, etc.\n\nOnline problem challenge, instead of meeting sessions will be held on September 29th, October 6th, November 10th, November 17th, and November 24th due to campus closure as of football games or holiday.
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UID:https://events.ucf.edu/event/948173/central-florida-math-circle/
DTSTAMP:20181201T140000
DTSTART:20181201T140000
DTEND:20181201T160000
LOCATION:Mathematical Sciences Building: 318
SUMMARY:Central Florida Math Circle
DESCRIPTION:The Central Florida Math Circle is an effort of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Central Florida to offer the middle/high school students of the Central Florida region an opportunity to have fun with mathematics.\n\nThe Math Circle is not directed towards a particular curriculum; it is not a class, a lecture or a tutorial. It is a directed experience in encouragement of student discovery of mathematics. We are happy to be part of a national effort "The National Association of Math Circles" to encourage and develop mathematical insight in students.\n\nAll sessions are guided by math faculty at the University of Central Florida. During the sessions, students will be engaged in problem-solving activities which will sharpen their understanding of the curriculum related topics. All meeting sessions will be held on Saturdays, 2:00pm-4:00pm, in the room 318 of the Mathematical Sciences Building on the UCF campus. Please check the website () for more detailed information on meeting dates, etc.\n\nOnline problem challenge, instead of meeting sessions will be held on September 29th, October 6th, November 10th, November 17th, and November 24th due to campus closure as of football games or holiday.
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UID:https://events.ucf.edu/event/948174/central-florida-math-circle/
DTSTAMP:20181208T140000
DTSTART:20181208T140000
DTEND:20181208T160000
LOCATION:Mathematical Sciences Building: 318
SUMMARY:Central Florida Math Circle
DESCRIPTION:The Central Florida Math Circle is an effort of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Central Florida to offer the middle/high school students of the Central Florida region an opportunity to have fun with mathematics.\n\nThe Math Circle is not directed towards a particular curriculum; it is not a class, a lecture or a tutorial. It is a directed experience in encouragement of student discovery of mathematics. We are happy to be part of a national effort "The National Association of Math Circles" to encourage and develop mathematical insight in students.\n\nAll sessions are guided by math faculty at the University of Central Florida. During the sessions, students will be engaged in problem-solving activities which will sharpen their understanding of the curriculum related topics. All meeting sessions will be held on Saturdays, 2:00pm-4:00pm, in the room 318 of the Mathematical Sciences Building on the UCF campus. Please check the website () for more detailed information on meeting dates, etc.\n\nOnline problem challenge, instead of meeting sessions will be held on September 29th, October 6th, November 10th, November 17th, and November 24th due to campus closure as of football games or holiday.
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