Date(s) - 09/26/23
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Minnesota Fulbright invites you to a play about one of history’s most influential mathematicians
Join your fellow Minnesota Fulbrighters the evening of Tuesday, Sept 26, at 5:30 p.m. for a dinner in Coffman Union on the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities campus, followed by a 7:00 performance in Coffman Memorial Theater of, “Diving Into Math With Emmy Noether.” We have reserved 25 tickets for our fellow Fulbright scholars and hope that you can join us for this event, so hurry and reserve your seat for a free dinner and show! Please RSVP by September 22 to MN Chapter Board Member Cheri Shakiban at email@example.com
Emmy Noether (1882-1935) was one of the most influential mathematicians of the last century. Her works and teachings left a lasting mark on modern algebra, opening new avenues for a new structural perspective in mathematics. Noether was also one of the first women to gain the right to teach at a German university. She acquired that certification (Habilitation) on June 4, 1919, after submitting a thesis in which she solved one of the central problems in Einstein’s general theory of relativity. Her two celebrated theorems relating symmetries of variational problems and conservation laws of the field equations form the cornerstone of modern physical theories and beyond.
Prior to the play we will have dinner together at 5:30 to socialize and learn more about Emmy Noether in Coffman Union. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by September 22. Further information can be found on the play’s website.