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Nancy (Braschayko) McNamara, a summa cum laude Laker Alumni from 2006 is attending the University of Michigan School of Medicine.

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Students in mathematics regularly participate in faculty-supervised competitions
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Collette Coullard

Professor
BS 1980, Lake Superior State University
MS 1981, PhD 1985, Northwestern University

 

Sherilyn Duesing


Sherilyn Duesing

Assistant Professor
AS 1971, North Central Michigan College
BS 1976, Central Michigan University
MS 1998, Northern Michigan University

 

Lorraine Gregory


Lorraine Gregory

Assistant Professor
BS 1972, BEd 1984, University of Saskatchewan
MSEd 1997, EdD 2001, Duquesne University

Kimberly Muller


Kimberly Muller

BS 1994, Hardin-Simmons University
MS 1997, PhD 2004, University of North Texas

Bryan Snyder


Bryan Snyder

Assistant Professor
BS 1992, University of California, Santa Barbara
MS 1994, PhD 1999, Ohio State University

George Voutsadakis


George Voutsadakis

Assistant Professor
Diploma 1993, University of Patras, Greece
MS 1995, PhD 1998, Iowa State University


  

Lorraine Gregory
LSSU Mathematics professor Lorraine Gregory helps education majors prepare to become successful math teachers.

Prepared for Success

"Learn everything you possibly can from your professors. They are there to help and will prepare you well for whatever you choose to do upon graduation." [more]

--David DeMarchis '93
Computer & Mathematical Sciences Graduate

Under- standing the Fourier Transform

Edward Kramer

Fourier transforms are used for obtaining the frequency spectrum of a signal. For instance, in nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, a molecule’s spin in a magnetic field is analyzed to discover its oscillation frequencies and draw conclusions about its chemical consistency. In this work, the basic definitions and elementary mathematical properties of the Fourier integral, used as the main theoretical tool in Fourier transform analysis, were studied, together with some applications of these properties in computing the Fourier integral of some functions perceived as time signals in order to discover their frequency spectra.

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