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Prentice Lecture (2024) - Patrice Rankine - Theater and Crisis

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Who Plays First? Using Game Theory to Coordinate Many Robots, Haimin Hu, GS, and Zixu Zhang, GS (00A963B2)

On Monday morning, three auto-piloted jetliners are flying on a collision course. How should the air traffic controller reroute them to avoid collisions and minimize delays? Meanwhile, a fleet of…

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Universality and its Glitches Lecture Series Talk - Eric Santner "Negative Anthropology: Shakespeare, Sophocles, Freud“

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RF Sensor Systems for Resilient Smart Infrastructure, Bryan Boyd, UG '24 (2263555)

Modern day displacement sensors can measure displacement due to cracks in concrete structures at most in 2-dimensions, and can mainly measure the displacements very close to the sensor itself. This…

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Reimagining Baseball Analytics using ChatGPT, Senne Michielssen, UG '25 (2771011)

Spray charts are a data visualization used in baseball to describe which area of the field hitters have historically hit the ball to. Hitters have unique hitting tendencies for various reasons (e.g.,…

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Who Tells The Story: Speech in Collaborative Roleplaying Games, August Roberts, UG (2770101)

My research uses transcripts from the Dungeons & Dragons actual play Dimension 20 to examine the extent to which different players in a singular D&D game contribute to the telling of the…

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Session 4 _The Netherlands: Culture and Global History

Saturday Morning, 26 February, 20229.45 a.m. – 11.30 a.m. (EST); 3.45 p.m. – 5.30 p.m. (CET). – Session 4Session 4 Chair – Paize Keulemans, Department of East Asian Studies,…

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Session 3_The Netherlands: Culture and Global History

Friday Afternoon, 25 February, 202211.45 a.m. – 1.30 p.m. (EST); 5.45 p.m. – 7.30 p.m. (CET) – Session 3Session 3 Chair – Ronni Baer, Department of Art and Archeology and…

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Session 1_The Netherland: Culture and Global History

Thursday, 24 February, 202211.45 a.m. – 1.30 p.m. (EST); 5.45 p.m. – 7.30 p.m. (CET) -Session 1Session 1 Chair – Nigel Smith, Department of English and Committee for Renaissance…

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Afternoon Concert Series - Eric Plutz / January 27, 2022

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ReMatch+ Intern - Valeria Zuluaga-Sanchez

Investigating Variability in Infant-Directed Communication across Contexts

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Fagles Lecture - Mary Alice Zimmerman

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Session 1-013

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Faber Lectures: Amy Richlin

Blackface and Drag in Early Roman Comedy

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Faber Lectures: Page duBois

The Politics of the Swarm

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ARTS MANAGEMENT: Kelvin Dinkins, Jr. '09 - Assistant Dean, Yale School of Drama; General Manager, Yale Repertory Theatre - Why English Matters

Seven recent alumni, who are in the fields of law, medicine, publishing, journalism, film, theater administration, and non-profit education, returned to campus to talk about their professional…

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