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Mohammed Kaabar
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Associations
 Global Math Project
Ambassador of Global Math Project 06/2018 – Current  Systemic Initiative for Modeling Investigations and Opportunities with Differential Equations (SIMIODE)
contributor 06/2018 – Current  American Mathematical Society
Nominated Student Member 08/2015 – 08/2016
Education History
 M.S in Mathematics Mathematics (05/2016)
Washington State University  B.S in Theoretical Mathematics Mathematics (12/2014)
Washington State University, Pullman, WA
Publications
 Kaabar, M, K. (2015). A Friendly Introduction to Differential Equations. Mohammed Kaabar Website.
 Kaabar, M, K. (2014). A First Course in Linear Algebra: Study Guide for Undergraduate Linear Algebra Course. Mohammed Kaabar Website.
 Kaabar, M, K. (2013). The Benefits of Three Dimensional Transistor in the Microelectronics Area in The Online Journal on Electronics and Electrical Engineering (OJEEE). (volume 5, issue 4, 597600).
Teaching Experience

Calculus II
(Fall 2015)
 Washington State University – Math 172

Honors Calculus II
(Fall 2015)
 Washington State University – MATH 182 (Substitute Instructor)

Calculus III
(Summer 2015)
 Washington State University – MATH 273
 (Teaching Assistant)
Languages
 English
 Speaking level: Superior
 Reading level: Superior
Honors & Awards
 The 2016 MERLOT Peer Reviewer Extraordinaire (05/2016)
Peer Reviewer Extraordinaire award recognizes individuals as Peer Reviewers Extraordinaire for completing fifteen or more Peer Reviews during a year.  Graduate Student Assistantship (08/2015)
Graduate Student Assistantship at Washington State University, Pullman, USA  Fall 2014 President’s Honor Roll at Washington State University (12/2014)
Presentations
 The Three Different Data Analysis Methods for finding the Best Classification Rates for Arabic Sign Language Data at American Mathematical Society Meeting at California State University, Fullerton, CA, USA, 11/25/2015
Data Analysis and Applied Mathematics  Finding the Best Classification Rates for Arabic Sign Language Data using Data Analysis Methods at Washington State University, USA, 10/08/2015
Data Analysis and Applied Mathematics  Linear Programming Models with Applications in Financial Mathematics and Risk Management, 03/03/2015
Optimization and Financial Mathematics
Positions
 Substitute Math Instructor (01/2017 – 02/2017) Colorado Early Colleges
 Adjunct Math Faculty (08/2016 – 12/2016) Moreno Valley College
 Calculus II Lab Instructor (08/2015 – 05/2016) Washington State University