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|Papers and Prompts||Fri, Jul 12||1000-1100|
|Reading with Intent I: Social Sciences and Business||Fri, Jul 12||1300-1430|
|Organization: The Secret to Clear Writing||Mon, Jul 15||1000-1100|
|Reading with Intent II||Mon, Jul 15||1300-1400|
|Research Quickstart||Tue, Jul 16||1200-1250|
|Reading with Intent I: Social Sciences and Business||Tue, Jul 16||1730-1900 |
|Mastering the Literature Review||Wed, Jul 17||1000-1130|
|Thesis Quickstart||Wed, Jul 17||1200-1250|
|Reading with Intent I: Social Sciences and Business||Thu, Jul 18||1000-1130|
|Organization: The Secret to Clear Writing||Thu, Jul 18||1300-1400|
|Building Blocks of Academic Papers||Thu, Jul 18||1530-1630|
|Citation Management with Zotero||Fri, Jul 19||1000-1150|
|Beyond Brainstorming||Fri, Jul 19||1300-1430|
|Mastery Series: Grammar||Fri, Jul 19|| |
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An Invitation to a Special Presentation:
The Richard Wesley Hamming Legacy Project: Richard Wesley Hamming: Man, Mathematician, and Mentor
Speaker: Dr. Martin Mandelberg (1982 NPS Alumnus), with additional commentary by Prof. Don Brutzman
A presentation on the legacy of NPS Professor Richard Wesley Hamming through interpretation of Hamming’s archives, including the introduction of the on-line archive of Hamming materials featuring digitally remastered videos of NPS classes taught by Hamming and significant previously unavailable research findings, soon-to-be-available through the NPS Archive, Calhoun.
- Date/Time: Thursday, 18 July 2019, 1500-1600
- Location: NPS Reed Hall 201/202