MISSION STATEMENT
The Kent State University Algebra Seminar is committed to becoming the highest quality seminar in Mathematics or, indeed, in any discipline, in this or any other conceivable World, and endeavors to proactively and assertively thwart all efforts of rival seminars to prevent the Algebra Seminar from attaining this lofty and rightful position, by striving to synergistically create and enthusiastically disseminate cutting edge research in critical and emerging areas of Group, Ring, and Field Theory, or any combination or permutation thereof. 
Date

Speaker

Title


September 2

Mike Doyle  Thompson's Generalized Characters 
September 9

Casey Wynn  Supercharacters and Superclasses for Algebra Groups 
September16

Mark Bissler  Palfy's Condition for Character Degree Graphs of Solvable Groups 
September 23

Mark Bissler  Palfy's Condition for Character Degree Graphs, continued 
September 30

Ramadan Elsharif  Groups With Few Conjugacy Classes 
October 7

Ramadan Elsharif  Groups With Few Conjugacy Classes, continued 
October14

Sarah Croome  The Diameter of the Prime Graph of a Finite Group 
October 21

Sarah Croome  The Diameter of the Prime Graph, continued 
October 28

Anthony Harrison  The RiemannRoch Theorem 
November 4

Anthony Harrison  The RiemannRoch Theorem, continued 
November 11

Veterans Day  No Seminar  
November 18

Jordon Bounds  Koethe's Conjecture and Some Equivalent Formulations 
November 25

Ian Hogan  The O'NanScott Theorem 
December 2

Ian Hogan  The O'NanScott Theorem, continued 