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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 Erdos-Sos 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 full-time 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 first-year 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