Cooper Fellow Lecture

Dr. G. Christopher Cosner, Professor
Department of Mathematics

will present

Modeling Populations in Space and Time

Thursday, October 25, 2018, 3:30pm

Communication International Building, Room 2055
School of Communication

Refreshments to follow.
All interested persons are welcome to attend.

Abstract: Mathematical models can provide insights about the ways populations can be expected to grow, and the ways that movement and spatial effects can influence their growth. This lecture will describe some ideas and results from mathematical population models in an informal and nontechnical way.

Cooper Fellows Lectures are free and open to the public. Parking is available in the Pavia garage. For more information, contact Rose Glemaud at 305-284-4021;