Articles and Book Chapters 2006 to 2010
Articles and Book Chapters in 2010
Ed Aboufadel, S. Boyenger, and C. Madsen. "Digital Creation of Chuck Close Block-Style Portraits Using Wavelet Filters." Journal of Mathematics and the Arts, December 2010. DOI: 10.1080/17513472.2010.486701.
Jonathan K. Hodge, E. Marshall (student), G. Patterson (student). Gerrymandering and convexity. College Mathematics Journal 41(4): 312-324, September 2010. doi:10.4169/074683410X510317.
Lim, K. H., Buendía, G., Kim, O. K., Cordero, F., & Kasmer, Lisa. (2010). The role of prediction in the teaching and learning of mathematics. International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, 41(5), 595-610.
Articles and Book Chapters in 2009
Matthew Boelkins, Nine articles in The Encyclopedia for Mathematics and Society, S. J. Greenwald and J. E. Thomley (eds.), Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2011.
Jonathan K. Hodge, M. Krines (student), and J. Lahr (student). Preseparable extensions of multidimensional preferences. Order 26(2):125-147, June 2009. doi:10.1007/s11083-009-9112-1.
Steven Schlicker, Lisa Morales (student), and Dan Schultheis (student). "Polygonal Chain Sequences in the Space of Compact Sets." Journal of Integer Sequences, Vol. 12 (2009), Article 09.1.7. (link to article)
Steven Schlicker, Chantel Blackburn (student), Kristina Lund (student), Patrick Sigmon (student), and Alex Zupan (student). "A Missing Prime Configuration in the Hausdorff Metric Geometry." Journal of Geometry (2009),92, Numbers 1-2, 28 - 59.
Articles and Book Chapters in 2008
Esther Billings. “Exploring Generalizations through Growth Patterns.” Algebra and Algebraic Thinking – The 70th Yearbook of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. (2008).
Matthew Boelkins, “Polynomial Root Squeezing,” with J. From (student) and S. Kolins (student). Mathematics Magazine 18:1 (Feb. 2008), pp. 39-44.
Will Dickinson and Megan Kerr (Wellesley College). “The Geometry of Compact Homogeneous Spaces with Two Isotropy Summands.” Annals of Global Analysis and Geometry. March 2008. http://www.springerlink.com/content/m54l8m1738643318/
Jonathan. K. Hodge and M. TerHaar (student). Classifying interdependence in multidimensional binary preferences. Mathematical Social Sciences 55(2):190-204, March 2008. doi:10.1016/j.mathsocsci.2007.07.005.
Steven Schlicker, Kris Lund (student), and Patrick Sigmon (student). "Fibonacci Sequences in the Space of Compact Sets." Involve. Vol. 1 (2008), No. 2, 197 - 215.
Carter C. Gay (Alma College), Akalu Tefera, and Aklilu Zeleke (Michigan State University). “The Naïve Chain Rule.” The College Mathematics Journal 39.2 (2008): 145 – 148.
Articles and Book Chapters in 2007
David Austin. “That Knotty DNA.” Monthly Essays on Mathematical Topics. American Mathematical Society. March1997. http://www.ams.org/featurecolumn/archive/knots-dna.html
Esther Billings, Tarah Tiedt (student), and Lindsey Slater (student). “Algebraic Thinking and Pictorial Growth Patterns.” Teaching Children Mathematics, (December 2007/January 2008): 302 – 308.
Matt Boelins and Matt Wells (student). “On the Ratio Vectors of Chebyshev and Equispaced Polynomials.” Missouri Journal of Mathematical Sciences 19.1 (2007): 15 – 28.
Will Dicksinson and Mohammad Salmassi (Framingham State College). “The Right Right Triangle on the Sphere and the Quest for the Spherical Common Cord Theorem.” College Mathematics Journal 38.5.
Articles and Book Chapters in 2006
Ed Aboufadel and David Austin. “A New Method for Computing the Mean Center of Population of the United States.” The Professional Geographer 58.1 (2006): 65 – 69.
David Austin. “How Google Finds Your Needle in the Web's Haystack.” Monthly Essays on Mathematical Topics. American Mathematical Society. December 2006.
Char Beckmann, Esther Billings Istanbul, Turkey: Turkish Mathematical Association, 2006., and Filiz Dogru. “Enhancing the Teaching of Undergraduate Geometry Using K–12 Resources.” Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on the Teaching of Mathematics at the Undergraduate Level.
R.A. Austin, D.R. Thompson, and Char Beckmann. . “Locusts for Lunch: Connecting Mathematics, Science, and Literature.” Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School 12.4 (2006).
Steve Blair, Will Dickinson, and Paul Yu. “Discourse, Metaphor and multi-representational instruction in the teaching and learning of Non-Euclidean geometry.” Proceeding of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education.
Matt Boelkins and Matt Wells (student). “A Note on PIPCIRS.” The Pi Mu Epsilon Journal 12.5 (2006): 257 – 263.
Matt Boelkins, Jennifer Miller, and Ben Vugteveen (student). “From Chebyshev to Bernstein: A Tour of Polynomials Small and Large.” College Mathematics Journal 37.3 (2006): 194 – 204.
Will Dickinson and Kristina Lund (student). “The Volume Principle.” Mathematics Magazine 79.4 (2006): 251 – 261.
Jon Hodge. “Permutations of Separable Preference Orders.” Discrete Applied Mathematics 154.10 (2006): 1478 – 1499.
Jon Hodge. “The Top Ten Things I Have Learned about Discovery-Based Teaching.” PRIMUS 26.2 (2006): 154 – 161.
Jon Hodge and Pete Schwallier (student). “How Does Separability Affect the Desirability of Referendum Election Outcomes?” Theory and Decision 61.3 (2006): 251 – 276.
Reva Kasman. “Critique That! Analytic Writing Assignments in Advanced Mathematics Courses.” PRIMUS 16.1 (2006).
Akalu Tefera, G. Grossman, and A. Zeleke. “On Proofs of Certain Combinatorial Identities.” Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Fibonacci Numbers and their Applications, 2006.
Akalu Tefera, G. Grossman, and A. Zeleke. “Summation Identities for Representation of Certain Real Numbers.” International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences (2006). Article ID 78739.
Rebecca Walker. “Student Voices and the Transition from Reform High School Mathematics to College Mathematics.” A Fresh Start for Collegiate Mathematics: Rethinking the Courses below Calculus Washington, DC: Mathematical Association of America, 2006. 193 – 209., Ed. Hastings, N., Gordon, F., Gordon, S., and Narayan, J.