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various WILL USE MyMathLab Briggs Cochran MATH192 001 Calculus Early Transcendentals 2 E 2 E 9780321947345 WILL NOT USE MyMathLab Briggs MATH192 002 Calculus Early Transcendentals Hardback Plus NEW MyMathLab with Pearson eText Access Card Package 2 E MyMathLab Standalone Access Card 4 E 2 E 9780321965165 9780321199911 WILL USE MyMathLab Briggs MATH192 003 Calculus Early Transcendentals 2 E 2 E 9780321947345 WILL NOT USE MyMathLab Briggs MATH192 004 Calculus Early Transcendentals Hardback Plus NEW MyMathLab with Pearson eText Access Card Package 2 E MyMathLab Standalone Access Card 4 E 2 E 9780321965165 9780321199911 WILL USE MyMathLab Briggs MATH215 001 Connecting Mathematics for Elementary Teachers 1st 9780321542663 Feikes MATH251 001 Discrete Mathematics Brief Edition 9780495826170 Epp MATH272 001 No Textbook MATH280 001 Foundations of Higher Mathematics 3rd 9780534951665 Fletcher MATH291 001 Multivariable Calculus Early Trans or Calculus Early Trans 1st 9781429210799 or 9781429210737 Rogawski MATH291 002 Multivariable Calculus Early Trans or Calculus Early Trans 1st 9781429210799 or 9781429210737 Rogawski MATH365 001 Linear Algebra 3 E 9780201526752 Fraleigh MATH368 001 A Friendly Introduction to Number Theory 4th Edition Featured Titles for Number Theory 4 E 9780321816191 Silverman MATH394 001 Differential Equations with DE Tools Printed Access Card 2011 9781133109037 Blanchard MATH395 001 Applied Partial Differential Equations 2nd 9780387209531 Logan MATH452 001 A Course in Mathematical Modeling Mathematical Association of America Textbooks Paperback March 1 1999 1 E 9780883857120 Mooney MATH462 001 Abstract Algebra Note Most students will have taken Math 461 and already have the textbook 7th OR 8th 9780547165097 OR 9781133599708 Gallian MATH480 001 No Textbook MATH480 002 No Textbook STAT185 001 Intro Stats 3rd 9780321500458 Deveaux STAT185 002 Intro Stats 3rd 9780321500458 Deveaux STAT185 003 Intro Stats Plus NEW MyStatLab with Pearson eText Access Card Package 4 E 4th 9780321891242 Deveaux STAT185 003 MyStatLab Stand Alone Access Code N

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Open archived version from archive - Parsons Lecture | Department of Mathematics

Lectures Archive 2015 The Shape of Space by Dr Jeffrey Weeks 2014 The Right Treatment for the Right Patient at the Right Time Personalized Medicine and Statistics By Dr Marie Davidian 2013 The Great Pi vs E debate by Dr Thomas Garrity and Dr Colin Adams 2012 Codes are everywhere by Dr Judy Walker 2011 Monkeys Mathematics and Mischief What are the lifelong lessons of education by Dr Edward B Burger 2010 This is so wrong by Dr Stan Wagon 2009 From Flatland to Hypergraphics Geometry and Art in the 4th dimension by Dr Tomas F Banchoff 2008 Mathematical Modeling in Biology What is it And how is it useful by Dr Mary Lou Zeeman 2007 We vote but do we elect who we really want by Dr Donald Saari 2006 Breaking Driver s License Codes by Dr Joseph Gallian 2005 Ingenious mathematical amateurs M C Escher artist and Marjorie Rice homemaker by Dr Doris Schattschneider 2004 On the Number of Groups of a Given Order by Dr John Conway 2003 Newton and Liebnitz Mathematicians at War by Dr William Dunham 2002 The Chaos Game and Fractal Image by Dr Robert Devaney Meet Joe Parsons Celebrating exceptional teaching at UNC Asheville past present and future Joe Parsons grew up on a farm in western Tennessee and graduated from high school at 15 in 1931 In order that he might get a teaching certificate a friend gave Joe enough money to attend his first year of college He completed his undergraduate work and went on to the University of Tennessee for his graduate degree When Joe started at Asheville Biltmore College what is now UNC Asheville he was the entire Math Department and through much of the 1970 s he was the chair of the department Other roles he filled at

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Open archived version from archive - Faculty and Staff Contact Information | Department of Mathematics

Association of America Math Contest Science Olympiad Faculty and Staff Contact Information Lothar Dohse Chair and Professor 304 Robinson Hall 828 232 5189 dohse unca edu Rudy Beharrysingh Director Parsons Math Lab 323 Robinson Hall 828 232 5191 rbeharry unca edu Sheryl Donaldson Administrative Associate 303 Robinson Hall 828 251 6556 sdonalds unca edu Leigh Atkinson Associate Professor 320 Robinson Hall 828 232 5188 atkinson unca edu Patrick Bahls Associate Professor 324 Robinson Hall 828 232 5190 pbahls unca edu Greg Boudreaux Associate Professor 318 Robinson Hall 828 232 5193 gboudrea unca edu Ed Johnson Lecturer 307 Robinson Hall 828 251 3875 ejohnson unca edu Sam Kaplan Professor 313 Robinson Hall 828 232 5192 skaplan unca edu Eunmee Koh Adjunct Assistant Professor 305 Robinson Hall 828 251 6556 ekoh unca edu Jimin Lee Associate Professor 306 Robinson Hall 828 250 2319 jlee unca edu Pages 1 2 next last About Math Mission and Student Learning Outcomes Department Calendar What Can I Do With This Major Curriculum Majors Minors Current Classes STAT Current Classes MATH Math Student Handbook Textbooks Parsons Lecture Our Faculty Faculty Staff Our Students Clubs Awards Scholarships Alumni Profiles Senior Projects Math Lab Welcome Services Schedule Projects Partnerships

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Open archived version from archive - Clubs, Awards & Scholarships | Department of Mathematics

functions and Science Olympiad works with UNC Asheville s Super Saturday youth program and just has fun together For more information on the UNC Asheville math club contact the advisor Jimin Lee at jlee unca edu AWM The Math Department has a new Student Chapter of the Association for Women in Mathematics AWM which was founded to support encourage and promote women and girls in the mathematical sciences It is for women and not of women so men are welcome as well For more information contact Sheryl Donaldson at sdonalds unca edu Awards The Math Department offers two awards for our outstanding students The criteria are listed below For more information contact the awards committee chair Dr Dave Peifer You can also download the application form Top Math Student Requirements Math major of junior or senior standing Criteria Top GPA in math classes Participation in undergraduate research and presentations Departmental citizenship Award 100 and certificate presented at the awards ceremony in May Achievement In Mathematics Requirements Declared math major Graduating Senior Award One year membership in MAA including subscription to Mathematics Magazine and College Mathematics Journal Scholarships The Math Department offers three scholarships for our outstanding students The criteria are listed below For more information contact the awards committee chair Dr Dave Peifer You can also download the application form Application deadline is Friday prior to Spring Break Joseph M Parsons Scholarship and Jane Oliver Swafford Scholarship Requirements Declared math major Planned completion of at least 12 hours of 200 level math courses Rising junior or senior Criteria GPA in math classes Departmental citizenship Other scholarships received Award Varies contact math department for more information Application Deadline Spring Break Martha Game Scholarship Requirements Math major in teaching concentration Rising Junior or Senior Criteria GPA in math classes Departmental citizenship Other

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Open archived version from archive - Meet our Alumni | Department of Mathematics

Math Contest Science Olympiad Meet our Alumni Mathew Pons Class of 02 I finished my Ph D in mathematics in 2007 at the University of Virigina specializing in operator theory functional analysis and complex function theory with a particular focus on composition operators on spaces of analytic functions Currently I m an Read More Benjamin Radford Class of 10 Whatever your goals mathematics can help you achieve them I graduated from UNC Asheville in May 2010 having majored in mathematics and international studies The mathematics program at UNC Asheville is outstanding The faculty is unbelievably helpful Read More Daniel Robinson Class of 06 Enthusiasm and energy of the faculty helps former student everyday After graduating from UNC Asheville I moved to Tallahassee FL to begin graduate studies in mathematics at Florida State University where I am currently in my fourth year My Read More About Math Mission and Student Learning Outcomes Department Calendar What Can I Do With This Major Curriculum Majors Minors Current Classes STAT Current Classes MATH Math Student Handbook Textbooks Parsons Lecture Our Faculty Faculty Staff Our Students Clubs Awards Scholarships Alumni Profiles Senior Projects Math Lab Welcome Services Schedule Projects Partnerships Asheville Initiative for Mathematics Association

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Open archived version from archive - Senior Projects | Department of Mathematics

of mathematical areas Some have been interdisciplinary involving other departments or fields of study Our students often present at conferences or have published results before they finish their undergraduate degree Here are just a few examples of the exemplary work by students in mathematics doing undergraduate research Timothy Sawicki The Efficiency of the Dedkind MacNeille Completion of a Partially Ordered Set Tim investigated the behavior of a particular operation on posets called the Dedekind MacNeille completion This operation begins with a poset P and when the poset is finite returns a more well behaved order structure called a lattice This operation is provably the most efficient means of constructing a lattice from P and Tim s motivating question was the following in the worst case how inefficiently does the Dedekind MacNeille completion perform Katy Beeler The Moebius Function of Subgraph Lattices Katy sought to understand the structure of subgraphs of a given graph network by computing the Moebius function of its subgraph lattice This function which arises in many different areas of mathematics including number theory geometry and topology allows us to invert the relationship between two known functions enabling much deeper understanding of those functions Katy succeeded in computing the Moebius functions for the subgraph lattice of any path John Hedberg Numerical Analysis of a Family of Random Regular Graphs John worked to develop a computational understanding of several important structural measures of graphs networks created according to a certain random process John wrote Mathematica code to generate numerous sample graphs and to estimate the diameter connectivity expansion ratio and clustering coefficient of these graphs Though John s project was largely computational his data will lead to a better theoretical understanding of the structure of the regular graphs he considered Jason Blanchard Laura Tinney Scott Spencer Breaking the Trifid

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Open archived version from archive - Welcome | Department of Mathematics

Asheville Initiative for Mathematics Association for Women in Mathematics Mathematical Association of America Math Contest Science Olympiad Welcome Welcome to the Parson Math Assistance Center aka The Math Lab located at Robinson Hall 323 If you are taking a math course at UNC Asheville or even a course that involves math then you should visit the center We are open Monday through Thursday from 8am to 9 30pm Fridays from 8am to 5pm and Sundays from 4 30 p m to 9 30 p m At the lab there are great tutors ready to assist you in your mathematics travails and there is also have good coffee No appointment is necessary so feel free to drop by We are always looking for a good math problem Rudy Beharrysingh Director Math Assistance Center rbeharry unca edu 828 232 5191 About Math Mission and Student Learning Outcomes Department Calendar What Can I Do With This Major Curriculum Majors Minors Current Classes STAT Current Classes MATH Math Student Handbook Textbooks Parsons Lecture Our Faculty Faculty Staff Our Students Clubs Awards Scholarships Alumni Profiles Senior Projects Math Lab Welcome Services Schedule Projects Partnerships Asheville Initiative for Mathematics Association for Women in Mathematics Mathematical Association

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Open archived version from archive - Services | Department of Mathematics

America Math Contest Science Olympiad Services The Joseph Parsons Mathematics Assistance Center AKA The Math Lab Quick Facts Extra help in Math provided free to all UNC Asheville students A drop in service no appointment is necessary Extensive hours of operation Friendly affable help regardless of previous math background or aptitude Convenient pleasant location on the 3rd floor of Robinson overlooking the Quad RBH 323 An informal atmosphere with coffee and tea available A great place to do homework or study with a group Supervised by a math instructor often with student helpers Call 828 232 5191 for more information or email the Director at rbeharry unca edu Complete the application to become a math tutor Spring 2016 Hours Monday to Thursday 8am to 9 30 pm Friday 8am to 5pm and Sunday 4 30pm to 9 30 pm See our Schedule page for regular hours The Parsons Math Lab Dedication On March 27 2007 the Math Department the Chancellor and the Board of Governors of UNC Asheville dedicated the Math Lab in honor of Joe Parsons We in the department could think of no better way to honor Joe s great dedication to the university and its students The Math Lab like Joe has grown to represent what is exceptional about UNC Asheville a caring environment where students and faculty can work together Joe was known to students as a wonderful teacher with a good sense of humor He would have been right at home in the Math Lab About Math Mission and Student Learning Outcomes Department Calendar What Can I Do With This Major Curriculum Majors Minors Current Classes STAT Current Classes MATH Math Student Handbook Textbooks Parsons Lecture Our Faculty Faculty Staff Our Students Clubs Awards Scholarships Alumni Profiles Senior Projects Math Lab Welcome Services Schedule Projects

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