Math research student.

Undergraduate Research

The Department of Mathematical Sciences at Cameron University encourages students to become involved with undergraduate research in pure and applied mathematics and mathematics education. These projects offer a unique experience to learn mathematics beyond typical coursework and to further develop important skills in problem solving, independent and creative thinking, and presentation. Student involvement in research signals personal initiative, dedication, and intellectual curiosity, thereby distinguishing the student to potential employers and graduate schools.

The Department has initiated a Seminar for Undergraduate Mathematics. This seminar provides an opportunity to students who are engaged in research to give presentations, both as a means to share their results with their peers and the campus community at large and as a chance to hone their presentation abilities before traveling to conferences at the state, regional, and national levels.

 

Seminar for Undergraduate Mathematics (S.U.M) 2017-2018:

FALL 2017

Speaker: Joshua Stewart
Title: Possible energy levels of subatomic particles part 1
Date: September 20, 2017
Time: 4:00 pm
Location: BUR026 (basement of Burch Hall)



Speakers: Jeffery Elbert and Natalie Wimer
Title: Solving America's High School Math Problem
Date: October 25, 2017
Time: 4:00 pm
Location: Sciences Complex room 100




Speaker: TBA
Title: TBA
Date: November 15, 2017
Time: 4:00 pm
Location: BUR026 (basement of Burch Hall)

SPRING 2018

Speaker: TBA
Title: TBA
Date: TBA
Time: 4:00 pm
Location: BUR026 (basement of Burch Hall)

Speaker: TBA
Title: TBA
Date: TBA
Time: 4:00 pm
Location: BUR026 (basement of Burch Hall)

Speaker: TBA
Title: TBA
Date: TBA
Time: 4:00 pm
Location: BUR026 (basement of Burch Hall)

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If you are a student at Cameron University who is interested in mathematics, mathematics education, or applications of mathematics (whatever you're currently majoring), consider participating in mathematical research. The following is a list of faculty members, with brief descriptions of some of their research interests, in the Department of Mathematical Sciences who may be available to act as mentors.

 
FACULTY MENTORS

Ioannis K. Argyros

Ph.D., University of Georgia
Research Interests include: Numerical Analysis; Numerical Functional Analysis

 

Parshuram Budhathoki

Ph.D., Florida Atlantic University
Research interest include design and implementation of cryptographic protocols

 

James Dover

Ph.D., University of Oklahoma
Research Interests include: Topology; Combinatorics; Graph Theory; Abstract Algebra

 

Gregory J. Herring

Ph.D., University of Massachusetts
Research interests include Computational Mathematics

 

Gokul Kadel

Ph.D., Bowling Green State University
Research interests include Functional Analysis; Function Theory; Operator Theory

 

Hong Li

Ph.D., Bowling Green State University
Research interests include Statistical Methodology and its applications, including Multiple Comparisons; Robust Regression Models; Survival Analysis

 

Narayan Thapa

Ph.D., University of Oklahoma
Research interests include Interdisciplinary Applied Inverse Problems; Mathematical Modeling

 

Contact Information

Dr. James Dover
Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematical Sciences
jdover@cameron.edu
(580) 581 2488

Dr. Gokul Kadel
Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematical Sciences
gkadel@cameron.edu
(580) 581 2486

Irene C. Corriette M.S.
Instructor
Department of Mathematical Sciences
icorriet@cameron.edu
(580) 581 2909