We are pleased to welcome new tenure-track faculty member Dr. Nicole Lewis. Dr. Lewis received her Ph.D. from the University of South Carolina in Statistics earlier this year. She earned her bachelor's degree from ETSU, also with a concentration in Statistics, in 2006.
Also joining us this year as a "new" Lecturer is ETSU graduate John Hicks. Mr. Hicks has served the department for several years in numerous roles--graduate assistant, adjunct faculty member, and full time adjunct. He is also currently pursuing a Ph.D. at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, in his spare time!
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Notable Activities of Our Students!
Devanshu Agrawal received the 2013-2014 Faculty Award, Outstanding Student
Devanshu Agrawal won the Outstanding Undergraduate in Mathematics Award
Pamela Delgado received the 2013-2014 Outstanding Graduate Student Award
Summer Research Programs:
▪ Kristen Bales, a junior double major in Mathematics and Computer Science, accepted an offer from Rochester Institute of Technology's Research Experience for Undergraduates where her research project will use extremal graph theory to investigate functional connectivity of the human brain in athletes.
▪ Ty Frazier is a junior Mathematics major and he gained admission into ETSU's Ronald McNair Program. He will participate in the summer pre-research internship, where students build foundations including research designs and methods, preparation for the graduate record exam, and research presentation skills.
▪ Zach Helbert is a senior Mathematics major who was admitted in a summer undergraduate research program hosted by Indiana University. His project relates to dynamical systems with an emphasis in chaotic signals with reduced noise.
▪ Jennifer Houser, a junior Mathematics major, will be exploring fast-spiking interneurons in schizophrenia in the context of network dynamic models at the Mathematical Biosciences Institute of Ohio State University.
▪ Alex Quijano, a junior dual major in Mathematics and Computer Science, accepted an offer from the Maryland Robotic Center of University of Maryland to join their Research Experience for Undergraduates program. His project will involve robots of size between 1mm and 100mm, with the potential to enhance capabilities in manufacturing, medicine, reconnaissance, search and rescue, etc.
Notable Activities of Our Faculty!
Outstanding Mathematics/Statistics Faculty (2013-2014): Mike Marks (Teaching), Anant Godbole (Research),
Ariel Cintron-Arias (Service), John Hicks (Teacher)
Edith Seier was selected as an ETSU Notable Woman for the 2012-2013 academic year.
Teresa Haynes won the Graduate Studies Outstanding Mentor Award for the 2012-2013 academic year.
Anant Godbole was selected to serve as an editor of ISRN Combinatorics.
Debra Knisley was elected to the Board of Directors of MCBIOS.