What makes Lake Erie College a unique place?
Lake Erie College fosters my engagement with students through their small class size offerings. This allows me to teach to the individual, as well as to the whole. I’ve found this to be very beneficial towards promoting higher success rates for students in mathematics.
Ph.D., Mathematics, Kent State University
M.A., Mathematics, Kent State University
B.A., Mathematics, Kent State University
MT 207 - Probability and Statistics
MT 209 - Discrete Mathematics
MT 210 - Calculus and Analytical Geometry I
MT 211 - Calculus and Analytical Geometry II
MT 213 - Calculus and Analytical Geometry III
MT 309 - Differential Equations
MT 311 - Intermediate Analysis I
MT 401 - Senior Research
Research/Creative Activity Interests:
Operator theory and the geometry of Banach spaces
Porous and sigma-porous sets, individually and as a "smallness” concept
Recipient of a 2012 Ohio Magazine Excellence in Teaching award
Ohio Board of Regents Graduate Fellowship recipient (2000-2001)
Initiation into Phi Beta Kappa, Nu of Ohio (2000)
Pi Mu Epsilon
Association of Women in Mathematics
American Mathematical Society
Mathematical Association of America
Algebraic Complements and Ranges of Linear operators, Contemporary Mathematics / American Mathematical Society, 87 – 90; Vol. 547 on Function Spaces in Modern Analysis, 2011.