Contactto reserve a date for a colloquium. The following information is needed as soon as possible (no later than a month before the talk) so it can be used for scheduling and advertising.
Submit the Following Information
- The preferred date of the colloquium
- The default time is 4:00 p.m. to 4:50 p.m. If there is a different time slot needed, please include this time.
- The default room is Avery Hall 115. If there is a different room needed, please include the room number.
- The default event is a colloquium. If the talk is for a different event, please include the name of the Department of Mathematics event.
- The name of the speaker (as it should appear)
- The professional title of the speaker (i.e., Professor, Dr., etc.)
- The organizational affiliations of the speaker
- The title of the talk
- The abstract of the talk (optional, but strongly recommended)
- Any funding sources to acknowledge (i.e., UNL Research Council, grants, etc.)
- Any links for the speaker (i.e., to a home page, additional resources, etc.)
- Any special needs for the talk
- The type of technology (i.e., transparencies, computer, white board, etc.) needed (this may determine if a different room is needed)
- UNL Research Council deadlines for Visiting Scholar
- October 15, 2009, for Spring 2010 visitors (provides funding for 01/01/2010 - 06/30/2010)
- March 22, 2010, for Fall 2010 visitors (provides funding for 07/01/2010 - 12/31/2010)
- Limited funds are available for expenses; however, making use of other funding sources (i.e., UNL Research Council, grants, etc.) before requesting departmental support is strongly encouraged.
General Suggestions/Information for Colloquia
- The dates are first come, first served.
- If the preferred date is reserved by a UNL math faculty member, please talk to him/her about trading dates so a visiting speaker can have the preferred date.
- It is preferred that the talk be at a level that can be understood by graduate students.
- Test the technology before the talk.
- Figure out ahead of time who will introduce the speaker.