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Adam Gilbert
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Education History
 PhD Mathematics (05/2013)
University of Rhode Island  Master of Science Mathematics (05/2009)
University of Rhode Island  Bachelor of Arts Mathematics and Economics (05/2007)
Merrimack College
Publications
 Gilbert, A. and Tiner, G.. (2015). On the ErdosSos Conjecture for Graphs with Circumference At Most k in Congressus Numerantium. (223, 127  137).
 Gilbert, A.. (2014). Representing Asteroidal Sets on Subdivisions of Start in Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing. (88, 5  16).
 Gilbert, A., Camouzis, E., Heissan A.M., Ladas, G.. (2009). On the Boundedness Character of a System of Difference Equations in Communications in Mathematical Analysis. (7, 2, 41  49).
Teaching Experience

Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
(Current)
 Southern New Hampshire University – Mathematics
Languages
 English
 Speaking level: Superior
 Reading level: Superior
Honors & Awards
 Excellence in Teaching (05/2018)
Award given to one fulltime faculty member at Southern New Hampshire University's University College (Day Campus). Nominations are student driven, and selection is made via a committee of students, faculty, and administration.
Presentations
 Tailoring Curriculum Design to Students' Preferred Approaches to Learning: Using the Kolbe Conative Index(TM), 11/06/2017
An analysis of learning styles of Business Students at Southern New Hampshire University, according to the Kolbe Conative Index(TM).  Using Polling Technologies to Create Adaptive and Effective Learning Experiences, 04/17/2016
Discussion of the impact of using Poll Everywhere in firstyear mathematics courses.  Games of No Chance: Analysis of Some Combinatorial Games, 04/28/2015
Keynote talk for an undergraduate mathematics conference targeting small colleges and universities along Boston's North Shore. The talk surveyed some interesting combinatorial games on graphs.
Positions
 Assistant Professor of Mathematics (09/2014 – Current) Southern New Hampshire University
 Lead Faculty in Mathematics (06/2013 – 08/2014) Northeastern University