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October 22 - Business Seminar – Women & Wealth

Event date: Sunday, October 22, 2017

Event Time: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm

Location: Millenium Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles


-          Advertise and network with over 700 professionals

-          Learn key tactics from Molly Fletcher, the "female Jerry Macguire," on how to grow your

-          business and make yourself more captivating to potential clients or employers

-          Lunch & Learn Networking Event

Discrete Dynamics (Math 191) - Only in Fall 2017

Description: A discrete process is the same as a recurrence relation, e.g.,  the Fibonacci relation. The behavior of such a process is similar to that of a differential equation. One key difference is that solutions are sequences of numbers or vectors. Moreover, it is clear that given an initial condition one obtains a solution. As with differential equations it is interesting to study the long time behavior of solutions. This can be quite difficult even for linear systems and uses just about everything one might learn in linear algebra.

The Happiness Challenge and ReBoot Camp: 8 Weeks of habits, Self Improvement, and Prizes

These two online programs are being offered at UCLA starting this fall. First, you get to choose which program fits your personality – are you more Happiness Challenge or ReBoot Camp? Next, create your personalized goal plan. Then, every week there will be a new habit targeting things like socializing, stress coping, procrastination, physical exercise, sleep, and more. Both programs cover the same habits, and each week you choose which specific skills and strategies you want to try. Every time you log activity on your account, you’ll be entered for prize drawings.

Call for Putnam Exam Participants

Every year, a team of UCLA students participates in the William Lowell Putnam Mathematics Competition. The competition consists of a three-hour morning session and a three-hour afternoon session. The problems in the competition are elementary, yet difficult, and require more originality and ingenuity than ordinary math exam problems.  Consequently, an extensive knowledge of upper division mathematics is not required.  We encourage you to consider participating in this year's competition, which will be held on Saturday, December 2, 2017.