**
Schedule for In-Class Presentations **

**Note:** Schedule and Topics Subject to Change

You will be notified by email of the details regarding your particular
topic or problem. You are welcome (and encouraged) to speak with
me beforehand about your presentation. All presentations should be 5-10 minutes in length
and done using the chalkboard (no powerpoint slides) so that students can take notes
in order to better absorb the material.

Date |
Topic |
Speaker |

Monday, Jan. 30 | Attracting and Repelling Fixed Points | Diana Homsy |

Wednesday, Feb. 1 | The Chain Rule Along a Periodic Cycle | Charlie Cunningham |

Wednesday, Feb. 8 | The Conjugate Fixed Point Theorem | Kate Chamberlin |

Friday, Feb. 10 | When are Two Linear Functions Conjugate? | Chalmer Swanson |

Monday, Feb. 13 | Dynamics Near Infinity: Two Examples | Gabe Miranda |

Monday, Feb. 20 | The Fatou and Julia Sets for z^2 | Suzanne Crifo |

Wednesday, Feb. 22 | Attracting Fixed Points are in the Fatou Set | Mariah Napolitano |

Wednesday, March 14 | The Neutral Fixed Point Theorem | Liz Bolduc |

Wednesday, March 21 | Interior of J Nonempty implies J = Riemann Sphere | Leah DeCoste |

Friday, March 23 | Perfect Sets | Morgan Hill |

Monday, March 26 | The Julia Set is a Perfect Set | Alisa Aylward |

Wednesday, March 28 | The Importance of the Orbit of the Critical Point(s) | Jaime Tierney |

Wednesday, April 11 | z^2 One More Time | Meghan Reynolds |

Date |
HW Problem |
Speaker |

Friday, Feb. 3 | HW #1: Problem #1 | Meghan Reynolds |

Friday, Feb. 3 | HW #1: Problem #4 | Jaime Tierney |

Wednesday, Feb. 15 | HW #2: Problem #2 | Alisa Aylward |

Wednesday, Feb. 15 | HW #2: Problem #3 | Morgan Hill |

Friday, Feb. 24 | HW #3: Problem #1a and #1b | Leah DeCoste |

Friday, Feb. 24 | HW #3: Problem #1c | Liz Bolduc |

Wednesday, March 21 | HW #4: Problem #1 | Mariah Napolitano |

Wednesday, March 21 | HW #4: Problem #2 | Chalmer Swanson |

Monday, April 2 | HW #5: Problem #1a | Gabe Miranda |

Monday, April 2 | HW #5: Problem #1b | Suzanne Crifo |

Friday, April 20 | HW #6: Problem #1 | Kate Chamberlin |

Friday, April 20 | HW #6: Problem #5 | Charlie Cunningham |

Friday, April 20 | HW #6: Problem #6 | Diana Homsy |

**Some Tips for Giving a Good Presentation:**

- Speak clearly, slowly and loud enough to reach the back of the room.
- Make eye contact with your audience and engage them whenever possible.
- Be organized and make effective use of the board. It's certainly fine to have notes with you as you write on the board, but be sure you understand the material thoroughly before you present.
- Practice your presentation beforehand! Try it out on a few classmates.