As you know, last night Dr. Spallone talked to the Math Club about juggling and some of the mathematics behind it. Like, how do you know if a new juggling pattern is even jugglable?
Of course, wherever Dr. Spallone goes, it’s a media event! In this case, the Math Club is a story in today’s OU Daily.
We’ll have to see if Dr. Spallone lists it on his webpage as a publication .
Steven Spallone, visiting professor, juggles Wednesday during the Math Club meeting in the Physical Sciences Center. Spallone discussed the mathematics of juggling at the club's meeting. (Merrill Jones/The Daily)
The first Math Club meeting of the year is
Wednesday, September 1st at 5 pm in PHSC 1105!
First, a talk by our own Steven Spallone:
Abstract: Serious jugglers use mathematics to produce exciting new juggling patterns. I’ll show you how this works, and give you some tips for working out a few yourself! There will be physical audience participation.
Dr. Spallone is advisor to OUIJA, a member of PFC, and the world leading JYoga guru:
We’ll also be having an organizational meeting after Dr. Spallone’s talk where we make plans for this year’s events. And, as always, Free Pizza!