The Reid Lecture Series is an annual public lecture geared toward showing a broad
audience the beauty of mathematics It is hosted each March by the CSUSM Department
of Mathematics. The event is open to the local and campus communities, including
engaged high school and college students from other campuses and interested community
members.

The Reid Lecture was established in 2015 and has continued with support from Founding
Library Dean and Librarian Emerita Marion Reid and Founding Faculty Member and Professor
Emeritus K. Brooks Reid.

## 2018 Lecture Series

**Dr. William Dunham, Professor, Mathematical Historian, Distinguished Author, and Research
Associate in Mathematics at Bryn Mawr.**

**DATE**: Thursday March 1, 2018
**TIME**: Reception with light appetizers: 5:30 PM

Presentation: 6:00 - 7:00 PM
**LOCATION**: California State University San Marcos, USU Ballroom

**PARKING**: Parking is available in Lot N. The department has pre-paid for a block of 25 parking passes, which will be distributed
to the first 25 off-campus guests by a parking attendant stationed in Lot N. Additional
permits can be purchased at the Pay Stations in Lot N at a cost of $4 for 2 hours
or $6 for 4 hours. More information is available at the Parking Services website. Please follow the A-frame signage to Lot N and from there, the A-frame signage
to the USU Ballroom.

## History

- 2015: The inaugural Reid Lecture given by Professor Ron Graham, UC San Diego Department
of Mathematics and Computer Science.
- 2016: Professor Francis Su, Harvey Mudd College, Department of Mathematics.
- 2017: Professor Alice Silverberg, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, UC Irvine