# Achievements

### Publications and achievements submitted by our faculty, staff, and students.

Faculty Tyler Evans Mathematics

Published, jointly with Alice Fialowski (ELTE, Budapest) a new peer reviewed paper in Linear Algebra and it's applications. The full text of the article is temporarily available at https://authors.elsevier.com/c/1YFcD5YnCXqL3

Faculty Kamila Larripa Mathematics

Accepted to American Insitute of Mathematics research program

https://aimath.org/programs/squares/

Faculty Kamila Larripa Mathematics

Published book chapter in Understanding Complex Systems in Mathematics, Springer

Faculty Robin Carter Mathematics

Co-editor of "Letters of Martin Fleischmann and Melvin Miles" published 2018.

Faculty Kamila Larripa Mathematics

Kamila Larripa's multiple myeloma research group had a paper accepted to the Journal for Theoretical Biology. A link to the paper is here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022519318304259

Faculty Peter Goetz Mathematics

Peter Goetz's paper, "The Koszul property for graded twisted tensor products", was accepted for publication in the Journal of Algebra in August, 2018. The paper will appear in print in the November 2018 issue. A sciencedirect link is

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0021869318304423?via…

Faculty Kamila Larripa Mathematics

Kamila Larripa was awarded an Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) travel grant to help support her visit to Oberwolfach, Germany to study Mathematical Modeling in Systems Biology.

Faculty Bori Mazzag and Kamila Larripa Mathematics

Bori Mazzag and Kamila Larripa secured funding through NSF INCLUDES WATCH US/ University of Nebraska to support undergraduate women in mathematics. The funds will help prepare HSU students for the annual Mathematical Contest in Modeling.

Student Gabriela Martinez, Jeremy Johnson, Charlotte Olsen, Catie Ledesma, Katie Fasbender, Troy Maloney, Caleb Hill, Alden Bradley, Erik Knutsen, Karlie Elliott, Kylie Reich, and Mario Sanchez Mathematics

The Math Department had twelve students in four teams compete in the International Mathematical Contest in Modeling this January. Teams are challenged to analyze an open applied problem and to propose a solution using mathematical modeling over an intense four-day competition. All four of our teams were recognized by the judges as either Honorable Mention or Successful Participant for their papers.

The students were advised by Dr. Kamila Larripa (Math) and are listed below.

Gabriela Martinez

Jeremy Johnson

Charlotte Olsen

Catie Ledesma

Katie Fasbender

Troy Maloney

(Successful)

Caleb Hill

Alden Bradley

Erik Knutsen

Karlie Elliott

Kylie Reich

Mario Sanchez

Student Jacob Partida Mathematics

2016 Dr. Orval M. Klose Scholarship

This year's scholarship was awarded to Jacob Partida. The scholarship was established in 2003 and named after HSU Professor of Mathematics, Orval Klose.

Student Caleb Hill, Emily Norberg Mathematics

2016 Robert S. Chambers Mathematics Scholarship

This year's awardees were Caleb Hill and Emily Norberg.

Student Karlie Elliott Mathematics

2016 Michael Tucker Memorial Scholarship

This year's Michael Tucker Memorial Scholarship is awarded to Karlie Elliott. The scholarship honors the late son of Marilyn and HSU Mathematics Professor Emeritus, Roy Tucker.

Student Paul George, Gabriela Martinez, Robert Toledo III Mathematics

2016 Travis Jepsen Memorial Scholarship

This year's Travis Jepsen Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Paul George, Gabriela Martinez and Robert Toledo, III.

Student Leah Eakes, Erik Knutsen Mathematics

2016 Kieval Transfer Scholarship

This year's Kieval Transfer Scholarship has been awarded to Leah Eakes and Erik Knutsen, both transfer students from College of the Redwoods. This scholarship is for outstanding mathematical performance at a two-year college in preparation for transfer to HSU.

Student Jeremy Johnson, Molly Severdia Mathematics

2016 Kieval Scholarships Awarded

This year's awardees are Jeremy Johnson and Molly Severdia. This scholarship was established in 1983 by the late Harry Kieval, HSU Mathematics Professor Emeritus. This is awarded to outstanding seniors-to-be mathematics majors.

Student Alden Bradley, Caleb Hill, Cameron Trujillo, Leo Munoz, Karlie Elliott, Matthew Hall, Kamila Larripa Mathematics

Mathematics Students Participate in COMAP. Student teams of Alden Bradley, Caleb Hill, Cameron Trujillo, Leo Munoz, Karlie Elliott and Matthew Hall, with faculty advisor, Kamila Larripa received a designation of Successful Participant in the 2016 Mathematical Contest in Modeling administered by the Consortium for Mathematics and its Applications (COMAP). It challenges teams of students to clarify, analyze, and propose solutions to open-ended problems. The contest attracts diverse students and faculty advisors from over 900 institutions around the world.

Student Charlotte Olsen, Gabriela Martinez, Jeremy Johnson, Kamila Larripa Mathematics

Student team of Charlotte Olsen, Gabriela Martinez, and Jeremy Johnson, with faculty advisor, Kamila Larripa received an Honorable Mention in the 2016 Mathematical Contest in Modeling administered by the Consortium for Mathematics and its Applications (COMAP). It challenges teams of students to clarify, analyze, and propose solutions to open-ended problems. The contest attracts diverse students and faculty advisors from over 900 institutions around the world.

Faculty Rollie Lamberson Mathematics

At their recent meeting in Bordeaux, France, the Resource Modeling Association (RMA) announced the creation of a new research award, the Rollie Lamberson Research Prize, named for HSU mathematics professor emeritus Rollie Lamberson.

The disctinction will be awarded annually to the RMA member publishing the most significant research work in the previous two years. The RMA is composed of a group of scientists involved in resource management, environmental science, ecology, natural resources, statistics, and mathematics.

Rollie was the founder and first president of the RMA. At HSU he also coordinated the Environmental Systems program.

Student Camille Skweir Mathematics

Math student Camille Skweir won the National Disc Golf Championship in Augusta, Georgia on April 17th. For more, visit http://www.pdga.com/tour/event/20981.

Faculty Peter Goetz Mathematics

Peter Goetz, associate professor of Mathematics, and Andrew Conner, assistant professor of Mathematics at Saint Mary's College of California, have published a paper titled "Some non-Koszul algebras from rational homotopy theory" in The Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society, an international mathematical research journal.