La Tangueria, the Johns Hopkins tango club, is offering a
six-week series of beginner
and intermediate classes in Argentine tango on Monday
evenings, beginning Nov. 5.
The beginner II classes meet from 6 to 7 p.m. at the
Bloomberg School of Public Health, 9th
floor cafeteria, and from 7:45 to 8:45 p.m. in the Great
Hall, Levering, Homewood campus.
The intermediate class meets from 9 to 10 p.m. in the
Great Hall. The cost for each series is
$40. Classes are taught by Maximiliano Gonzalez, a native
Argentinean who has been involved in both
national and international performances and workshops.
Statistics Research Funding Request for
The Acheson J. Duncan Fund for the
Advancement of Research in Statistics requests proposals
for small grants to support research
projects in statistics, probability and stochastic
Faculty and students throughout the university are
eligible to apply for funding for
collaborative projects with a member of the faculty in the
Applied Mathematics and
Department. Most grants will be less than $5,000. Among
the items eligible to be funded are travel to
research conferences and workshops, computer equipment and
software, matching funds for grant
proposals, short-term visits of collaborators to Johns
Hopkins, interdepartmental seminars, partial
support for research assistants and seed money for new
Proposals should be brief, preferably no more than
three single-sided pages; provide itemized
expense estimates; and be signed by each investigator.
Proposals may be submitted at any time to
committee chair John Wierman, Applied Mathematics and
Statistics Department, 302 Whitehead
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