To Newport News!

It's time to hit the road once more. Tomorrow I am off to Newport News, VA, to visit Christopher Newport University. I shall be delivering not one, but two edge of your seat, barn-burners. Tomorrow afternoon I shall be speaking about evolution and creationism, based on my forthcoming book. Then, on Wednesday afternoon, it's back to the Monty Hall problem. Should be fun!

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I'm sure that the chairman of the math department in that august university will be there to give Prof. Rosenhouse a hard time.

Psst! Miles! Spelling--in the name! ;-)

I hope someone gets these presentations on video, especially "Among the Creationist" (sic). I'd love to watch them.

By Dr. I. Needtob Athe (not verified) on 16 Nov 2011 #permalink

Miles --

Oops! Sorry about the typo. Now fixed, er, now that I've returned home. But, as Norm points out, I'm actually Jason. I think you've confused me with my SciBling Josh Rosenau.

Dr. I --

Alas, I don't think the talks were taped. Both talks seemed to be well-received, though, so hopefully I'll have further opportunities to talk about the book.

Dr I,

Sorry, we do not record seminars or colloquiums. As Jason said, both talks were well-received. They were well attended. Jason's presentations were clear, lively, well-presented and sprinkled with humor. I have already received numerous comments of praise and many along the lines of "I wish we could have more talks like that!"

Thanks again Jason, and it was great meeting you.

heddle --

It was nice to meet you finally as well. Thank you for the invitation to CNU. I had a great time, and I'm glad the talks went over well.

Re Heddle @ #6

Ah, the chairman of the math department at that august institution must be getting soft in not giving Prof. Rosenhouse a hard time.