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Peter Pietrangelo of Sault Ste. Marie presented a research paper at the 2010 John Burroughs Nature Writing Conference and Seminar held during the summer at the State University of New York in Oneonta. The conference, "Old Lessons for a New Millennium: Nature Writing and Environmentalism in the 21st Century," focused on the work of writers who contributed to the early conservation movement of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and the work of contemporary writers who are exerting an influence on the development of early 21st century environmentalism. Read more

Peter Pietrangelo ('10)
Liberal Studies, concentrations in both English and professional communication

Mathematics

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

Using Mobile Applica- tions to Understand Modular Arithmetic Algorithms

Collin Baker

Modular arithmetic plays an important role in a variety of modern applications, including cryptography and coding theory. In this project, we will research a number of fundamental algorithms from the area of modular arithmetic, and develop software applications for mobile devices that can be used to illustrate and explain these algorithms.

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