Colloquium provides a forum for interaction among faculty, students, and visitors
interested in the applications of mathematics and statistics in the behavioral sciences.
Disciplines covered include anthropology, architecture, artificial intelligence, biology,
business, computer science, economics, education, engineering, geography, linguistics,
management, operations research, philosophy, political science, psychology, public health,
public planning and policy, sociology, and systems
analysis. The Colloquium sponsors resentations by leading experts in these fields,
including faculty members from UCLA, other University of California campuses, and other
universities or research institutes.
The Marschak Colloquium is sponsored by the Western Management Science Institute, the Anderson School, and the Department of Economics, UCLA, with support from Blum-Kovler Foundation, the Leon Strauss Foundation, the Sidney Stern Memorial Trust, the Dean of the Anderson School, and the Dean of the School of Public Policy and Social Research. The Colloquium is directed by Michael D. Intriligator, Professor of Economics, Political Science, and Policy Studies at UCLA.
TIME AND LOCATION: The Colloquium meets from October to June on alternative Fridays from 1 to 3 p.m. in room C-301 in the Anderson School Building.
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