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News Release (May 1965)


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News Release (May 1965)
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New College News Release, For Release: On Receipt
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New College of Florida
New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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May 1965


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FOR RELEASE: ON RECEIPT NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C ARTHUR INFORMATION A visiting lecturer in mathematics be on the College campus Monday and Tuesday, Hay 24 and 25, to meet with students and faculty and to give two talks to the student body. Dr. Howard E. Taylor, Associate Professor of Mathematics at Florida State University, will appear on campus under a program set up with the support of the National Science Foundation and administered by the Associa-tion of America. Under this program the visiting educators give formal lectures and are ready to confer with students and faculty, to advise students on future oppor-tunities in study and employment, and to discuss teaching problems and curricular matters with members of the staff. Dr. Taylor will lecture "On 'Structure' in and on Tuesday on "Hetrics or 'Distances' Defined by Differential Forms." The first '-rill be a general interest talk but the second requires some knowledge of calculus. Dr. Taylor received his from California Institute of Technology and his t1.A. and Ph.D. from Rice. He has taught at .Rice and the University of Chicago and is co-author of several text books on mathematics. -30-

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