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September 20, 2014
 
 
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Laurier working with City of Brantford on acquisition of Market Square Laurier working with City of Brantford on acquisition of Market Square
(Campus Update - Sep 19)
Laurier Library to open new Waterloo campus exhibit space Laurier Library to open new Waterloo campus exhibit space
(Campus Update - Sep 18)
Laurier movement disorders centre joins national strategy to fight dementia Laurier movement disorders centre joins national strategy to fight dementia
(News - Sep 18)
Career Fair 2014 RIM Park, Waterloo Sept. 24
(Campus Update - Sep 18)
Province invests $3.3m to support entrepreneurship education at Waterloo’s two universities Province invests $3.3m to support entrepreneurship education at Waterloo’s two universities
(News Release - Sep 18)
Laurier holds receptions to welcome international students Laurier holds receptions to welcome international students
(Notice - Sep 16)
Laurier professor selected to join Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists Laurier professor selected to join Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists
(News Release - Sep 16)
ACUNS: Student internship opportunity ACUNS: Student internship opportunity
(News Release - Sep 16)
Laurier's Athletes of the Week: Maxine Murchie and Dillon Campbell Laurier's Athletes of the Week: Maxine Murchie and Dillon Campbell
(News Release - Sep 15)
Laurier research centre offers community research internship program
(Campus Update - Sep 15)
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Connell McCluskey, Mathematics Connell McCluskey develops and uses modern mathematical methods to study biological systems such as the transmission dynamics of tuberculosis or the synchronization of interacting populations in ecology. He is interested in determining the long-term qualitative behaviour of these systems. "In areas where experiments are not feasible, mathematical models are useful for testing hypotheses and comparing the effectiveness of intervention strategies," said McCluskey.

Connell McCluskey
Associate Professor,
Mathematics