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          Program Review

      Bachelor of Science in
Mathematics and Applied Mathematics




         College of Science



          November 2011




     MARSHALL UNIVERSITY

            Program Review
             Marshall University
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Date:    September 30, 2011

Program:           Bachelors Programs in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics
Degree and Title

Date of Last Review:           October 30, 2006

Recommendation
Marshall University is obligated to recommend continuance or discontinuance of a program and to
provide a brief rationale for the recommendation.

Recommendation
 Code (#):
   1.      Continuation of the program at the current level of activity; or

    2.        Continuation of the program at a reduced level of activity or with corrective action: Corrective action
              will apply to programs that have deficiencies that the program itself can address and correct. Progress
              report due by November 1 next academic year; or

    3.        Continuation of the program with identification of the program for resource development: Resource
              development will apply to already viable programs that require additional resources from the
              Administration to help achieve their full potential. This designation is considered an investment in a
              viable program as opposed to addressing issues of a weak program. Progress report due by
              November 1 next academic year; or

    4.        Development of a cooperative program with another institution, or sharing of courses, facilities, faculty,
              and the like; or

    5.        Discontinuation of the program

Rationale for Recommendation: (Deans, please submit the rationale as a separate document. Beyond
the College level, any office that disagrees with the previous recommendation must submit a separate
rationale and append it to this document with appropriate signature.)

  1                       Ariyadasa Aluthge                                                    10/14/11
Recommendation: Signature of person preparing the report:                                    Date:

  1                       Alfred Akinsete                                                      10/14/2011
Recommendation: Signature of Program Chair:                                                  Date:

  1                       Charles C. Somerville                                                15 October 2011
Recommendation: Signature of Academic Dean:                                                  Date:

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Recommendation: Signature of Chair, Academic Planning Committee: (Baccalaureate pgms only)   Date:

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Recommendation: Signature of President, Faculty Senate/ Chair, Graduate Council:             Date:

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Recommendation: Signature of the Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs:     Date:

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Recommendation: Signature of the President:                                                  Date:

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Recommendation: Signature of Chair, Board of Governors:                                      Date:
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       College/School Dean’s Recommendation
Recommendation: Continuation of the program at the current level of activity
(Recommendation Code #1).


Rationale: The Department of Mathematics is among very few departments on
campus with true university-wide impact. Nearly every undergraduate student at
Marshall, regardless of their college or their major, will take at least one class in this
department, and several majors require multiple classes. The degree of a student’s
proficiency in mathematics is, in many instances, strongly correlated to successful
completion of other key courses in his or her curriculum. A strong and well-supported
Department of Mathematics is vital to the success of the university.

The Department of Mathematics has a large and dedicated faculty, including some of
the best teachers on campus, as determined by university-wide awards. However, the
demand for math courses across campus is greater than the permanent faculty can
meet. As the following report indicates, only about 40% of freshman-level math courses
were taught by tenured or tenure-track faculty members during the review period. It is
troublesome to me that there are currently 10 math instructors who work on one-year
temporary contracts. Because the vetting of temporary faculty hires is less stringent
than that of tenure-track hires, and because their connection to campus and students is
less than that of the permanent faculty, it is clearly desirable to reduce the number of
temporary positions in favor of tenure-track, or at minimum term, lines. It is because
math proficiency is so highly correlated with academic success, that we must place a
higher priority on attracting the best mathematics instructors possible.

There has been strong growth in the number of Mathematics majors during the review
period, and a remarkable growth in faculty research activity. The department maintains
a very high service load for the college and the university, but has also done a very
good job at understanding the needs of potential majors, and creating programs that
meet those needs. I believe that the success of the department can be attributed to a
very talented faculty who are among the most progressive in the college in the use of
new teaching technologies, the creation of online coursework, engaging students in
scholarly activities, and the establishment of collaborative research partnerships.

The one clear weakness of the department has been its failure to complete an annual
assessment report since 2008. My recommendation to continue this program at the
current level of activity does not excuse that failure, but does recognize that the
department has a new chair, who understands the importance of assessment and has
already taken corrective action. Even in the absence of assessment reports, the
department has been using the nationally benchmarked Major Fields Test (MFT) in
Mathematics as an objective measure of student learning.
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Student performance was very good in the final year of the review period, and we will
continue to use the MFT to monitor achievement in future years to see if this level of
performance is sustained or can be improved upon.

Another weakness, though not of the department’s making, is the current low level of
departmental operating funds. This level of funding makes it very difficult for the
department to support faculty development, and places demands on departmental lab
fees that might otherwise be used to increase student access to technology, e.g. the
refurbishing of classroom space, and the development of a dedicated computer
laboratory. Fortunately, student enrollment in math classes has increased enough in
recent years that the department has seen notable increases in its lab fee allocations.
The college will work to make sure that a higher percentage of fees are returned to the
department in support of their vital teaching mission.

In summary, this is clearly a department that is performing at a high level, and providing
a great deal of benefit to the college and the university. The department has too many
term and temporary instructors, and a strong case can be made for resource
development to increase the contact of freshman students with career faculty members.
The department and the college will aggressively work to upgrade temporary faculty
positions to tenure-track status. The college will also support the new chair’s current
efforts to establish a culture of assessment that will lead to improved outcomes for all
the Marshall students who are impacted by this program.




Charles C. Somerville                                  15 October 2011
Signature of Dean                                      Date
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                                Marshall University
                                Program Review


Program: Mathematics (B.S. in Mathematics and B.S. in Applied Mathematics)

College: College of Science

Date of Last Review: October, 2006


I     CONSISTENCY WITH UNIVERSITY MISSION

      The B.S. in Mathematics with majors in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics is
      a strong and viable degree program, designed to be consistent with the mission
      of Marshall University. The mission of Marshall University is to provide
      “innovative undergraduate and graduate education that contributes to the
      development of society and the individual. The University actively facilitates
      learning through the preservation, discovery, synthesis, and dissemination of
      knowledge” (2011 – 2012 Marshall University Undergraduate Catalog). The
      mission of the College of Science is to provide scientific and technological
      knowledge and training to its students. People with this type of training are
      essential to our nation’s health and prosperity in a rapidly expanding global
      economy. Students majoring in baccalaureate degree programs in the College of
      Science receive a broad education conducive to pursuing a wide range of career
      options.

      Basic knowledge of mathematics, especially quantitative literacy, is essential to
      the realization of the mission of the college in particular, and the mission of the
      university in general. The mission of the department of mathematics is to prepare
      students for a vast variety of careers in the mathematical sciences and in
      numerous related disciplines. The Department of Mathematics offers two majors,
      Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, leading to the Bachelor of Science
      degree. Graduating students will have a solid foundation that enables them to
      perform successfully in industry, business, government, and further studies.
      Graduates may pursue advanced degrees in any areas of mathematical and
      statistical sciences, or related areas such as engineering and economics. They
      may also prepare for secondary mathematics certification or for professional
      degree programs such as law and medicine.

      The Department of Mathematics also offers a minor in mathematics available to
      all students at Marshall University. Students choosing this minor will find
      expanded job opportunities in business, education, government, and industry.
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This minor can be helpful to students in pre-professional programs in the health
sciences. A solid grounding in the fundamentals of mathematics is needed in
order to perform satisfactorily on aptitude examinations that must be taken prior
to admission to a professional degree program. This minor can also be used as
an important component of a student’s preparation for admission to law school.
Double majors are quite common and recommended especially for graduates
who do not plan to go to graduate school. Traditionally, mathematics graduates
can step into virtually any career. The key features of the program are

      two majors: pure mathematics and applied mathematics
      a small common core for great flexibility
      four (4) choices for two (2) required sequences for additional flexibility
      conformity with outside majors and minors for maximal flexibility

Mathematics is a portal to vast opportunities and serves as an essential tool for
many other majors. It also plays an important role in the general education of all
students. For example, the Department is the custodian of all mathematics
courses required by students. It also has one of the highest number of Critical
Thinking courses. The Department therefore plays a major role in Marshall
General Education Requirements. The Department of Mathematics at Marshall
University makes every effort to help students learn valuable critical thinking and
problem-solving skills. The department has an excellent track record in promoting
student learning through innovative teaching and a strong curriculum. Graduates
of the program are highly employable and many of our graduates pursue further
education in mathematical and statistical sciences or in other fields such as
science, education, and engineering. They also pursue careers in medicine, law,
and business.

The Department of Mathematics has highly qualified and motivated faculty who
are at the cutting edge in their various specializations, and are advanced in the
use of instructional technology. Our award-winning faculty provides frequent and
easy access to course assistance, academic advising and career planning to our
students. The department has a culture of assisting faculty in reaching the
pinnacle of professional development, by supporting their involvement in various
academic activities.

The program has seen significant growth in many areas as compared to the
previous review period (2001 – 2006):
    Enrollment in the calculus sequence (MTH 229, 230, 231) is up 21%.
    Enrollment in MTH 300 – Introduction to Higher Mathematics up 44%
    Enrollment in 300 level courses up 57%
    Enrollment in the two degree programs (and the minor) up 27%
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II    ACCREDITATION INFORMATION
      There is no accreditation organization for mathematics.

III   PROGRAM STATEMENT on Adequacy, Viability, Necessity and Consistency with
      University/College Mission

      A.      ADEQUACY

      1. Curriculum: The B.S. degree program is outlined in the Undergraduate Catalog. Both
         majors, mathematics and applied mathematics, require the following six courses totaling
         23 credit hours: MTH 229 (Calculus with Analytical Geometry), MTH 230 (Calculus with
         Analytical Geometry II), MTH 231 (Calculus with Analytical Geometry III), MTH 300
         (Intro to Higher Mathematics), MTH 331 (Linear Algebra), and MTH 490 or MTH 491.
         The last two courses are capstone courses. MTH 490 is Internship, and MTH 491 is
         Senior Seminar. These courses, in addition to other required courses form the core of
         both majors. Each major requires a choice of two out of four sequences, with each
         sequence consisting of two courses; this totals either 12 or 13 credit hours depending
         on the choices. Beyond these 35 or 36 credit hours, students may choose to double
         major, take a minor in another department, or take an additional four mathematics
         courses. The flexibility of this program greatly enhances the utility and diversity of the
         majors. Students are encouraged to pursue interdisciplinary studies and to tailor their
         studies towards their future career or educational goals. Our applied mathematics major
         has become very popular since its inception in 2005. Double majors (with one major
         outside the department) also constitute a significant percentage of our graduates.
         During this review period, the department has awarded:

                 Eighteen (18) Mathematics degrees
                 Twenty-one (21) Applied Mathematics degrees
                 Five (5) double majors in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics degrees
                 Sixty (60) graduated with a minor in mathematics. These graduates earned their
                  degrees from more than 15 majors from four different colleges.
                 Twelve (12) double degrees with one major outside of the department, including
                  majors from Chemistry, Physics, Economics, History, Computer Science, and
                  Mathematics Education.
                 Twenty-nine (29) Mathematics and/or Applied Mathematics graduates earned
                  minors outside the department including Biology, Chemistry, Physics,
                  Economics, History, Computer Science, Spanish, French, Sociology, and Sport
                  Studies.

           Curriculum is a dynamic exercise requiring changes to address the needs and demands
           either in the workplace or in the pursuance of higher degrees. In the past few years,
           there have been great demands for statistics courses by students majoring in the M.A.
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   degree program more than those currently available in the catalog. And few faculty
   members had to offer special topics to meet the needs of these students. Hence, the
   department had approved proposals for statistics programs that offer a major and a
   minor in statistics and a double major in statistics with any of the mathematics majors. It
   is anticipated that the program will begin in fall 2012, and it is expected to increase
   enrollment in the B.S. Mathematics program, as well as give students from other
   disciplines an option to minor or double major in statistics.

   The following curriculum changes were made during this review period:
    MTH 121, MTH 125, and MTH 229/229H have been certified as critical thinking (CT)
      classes.
    Online courses have been created for MTH 122, MTH 127, MTH 132, MTH 140, and
      MTH 225 (in addition to existing MTH 121 and MTH 130).
    MTH 340 - Discrete Structures was discontinued and MTH 220 – Discrete Structures
      and MTH 440 – Graph Theory and Combinatorics were created. The change was
      made to meet the need of Computer Science major and the department’s own
      mathematics major.
    MTH 345 – Applied Probability and Statistics was created to meet the need of few
      majors in science and engineering.
    The department had by spring 2011 approved a proposal to create a major in
      statistics in addition to the existing pure and applied mathematics majors. Adding
      this major will address a dire need for statisticians in the 21st century. It is anticipated
      that the new degree program will be instituted in fall 2012.

2. Faculty: The Department has a dedicated and hard-working faculty that is committed to
   both education and scholarship, which are viewed in the department as inextricably
   linked. The Department of Mathematics can boast of having four Marshall and Shirley
   Reynolds Outstanding Teacher Award winners, two Distinguished Artists and Scholars
   Award winners, one Hedrick Outstanding faculty winner, one West Virginia Professor of
   the Year winner, and one winner of the “Chair” Award from the West Virginia Council of
   Teachers.

   The Department has 32 full-time faculty members:
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   Fifty percent (50%) of the full-time faculty is tenured. Nearly 38% of the full-time faculty
   is temporary with either one year or 3-year-term positions. This is mainly due to the
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addition of new remedial mathematics courses MTH 098 and MTH 099. Half of our
temporary faculty teaches remedial classes. Many of our freshman level courses are
taught by temporary faculty, part-time faculty or graduate teaching assistants. For
example, during the fall and spring semesters of 2010 – 2011 AY, permanent faculty
taught only 39% of the freshman courses (MTH 120 to MTH 231). See the table below.


      Semester         Number of    Number of         Number of          Percent of
                       freshman     freshman          freshman           freshman
                       classes      classes taught    classes taught     courses taught
                       offered      by permanent      by temporary       by permanent
                                    faculty           faculty and TA’s   faculty
      Fall 2010            85              32                 53               38%
      Spring 2011          76              31                 45               41%
      Fall + Spring        161             63                 98               39%


Permanent faculty members taught all courses that count towards the majors
(beginning with MTH 229) during the review period. Every permanent faculty member
holds a Ph.D. except one who holds an Ed.D. The ideal situation is to have permanent
faculty teach all freshman level courses. Unfortunately this is not possible unless some
of the temporary positions are converted to permanent positions. The bottom-line is that
the department needs more tenure-track positions. The Department is prepared to work
with the Dean to address this problem by increasing the number of tenure-track
positions, and decrease considerably, the number of instructors teaching the entry-level
courses. Also the one-year-term positions, renewable yearly if needed, for the
instructors teaching the remedial classes should be converted to 3-year-term positions.
This is necessary in order to boost the morale of these instructors and give the
department greater stability.

During the review period, Mathematics faculty members have:
 published 45 articles in peer reviewed journals. On average, this represents
   approximately 5.63 research articles per research faculty member, a significant
   increase from the previous review period (these numbers do not include abstracts, as
   they are not counted in mathematics).
 made 71 presentations at international, national, and regional conferences. This
   represents 112% of the data reported in the last program review. About 136
   conferences (international, national, and regional) were attended by faculty during the
   period of review.
 been involved in large competitive national grants, and have been principal
   investigators or co-principal investigators in many of these grants. These include
   grants from NSF, U.S. Department of Education (Mathematics and Science
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              Partnership grants through West Virginia Department of Education), NASA (WV
              Space Consortium), West Virginia Department of Education, West Virginia Higher
              Education Policy Commission, and other various funding agencies.


     3. Students:

     a. Entrance Standards: Mathematics is an open program; the major need not be declared
        before application for graduation. Most graduates are transfer students, either internally or
        externally. There is no admissions process other than to be admitted to the University and
        to the College, which requires a Math ACT score of 21 or higher.

     b. Entrance Abilities: Data provided by Institutional Research indicates 30 students
        (including freshmen and transfer students) enrolling in our majors during the review period.
        Among those entering the program, the mean Mathematics ACT score was 25.2 (N=24),
        the mean Mathematics SAT score was 635 (n=11), and the mean high school grade point
        average was 3.62 (n=28). The above data show a slight decrease over the previous review
        period. See Appendix III for more details.

     c. Exit Abilities: The program does not require a national examination for graduation, other
        than exit grade point average. Graduates of the program had a mean grade point average
        of 3.08. This is somewhat below the grade point average for the previous review period.
        This may be taken as evidence that the rigor of our degree program has increased, or it
        may be consistent with the pattern mentioned in Entrance Abilities.

4.      Resources:

     a. Financial:

     The majors represent a relatively small part of the instructional mission of the Department.
     However, ours is a growing undergraduate program, with growth expected to continue in
     subsequent years, particularly when the Statistics major becomes operational. Beside faculty
     salaries, there appears to be a steady number of faculty positions (excluding temporary
     positions) despite growth in the Department’s service and degree programs. Financial
     allocations to the department during the review period are shown in the table below.

     Allocations to the department’s operating funds increased during the first three years of the
     review period, but in the final year dropped to the lowest level during the entire period. The
     decreased operating funds dramatically limit the department’s ability to fund faculty
     professional development. Personnel funds appear to increase notably in FY 2008, but that
     change actually reflects the transfer of funds from lab fees to support graduate assistant
     stipends. The personnel budget dropped again in FY 2011, this change being due to the
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removal of faculty summer school stipends from this fund to be administered from a central
university fund. The increases in lab fee allocations in the final two years of the review period
reflect major enrollment increases in developmental math classes. The department has made
use of lab fees to offset the decrease in operating funds. A percentage of what is realized
from the lab fees annually allows the Department some flexibility with its finances. Expenses
for supplies, student travel, and graduate assistant stipends are largely from the lab fees.


                                              Department of Mathematics
                                             Allocations to Fund Numbers:
       Fiscal                      Operating              Personnel                          Lab Fees
       Year                        (119001)               (119004)1                          (119005)2
       FY 2007                    $16,540.00                    $57,911.66                    $89,800.00
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       FY 2008                    $15,598.00                   $99,066.60                     $70,541.00
       FY 2009                    $26,708.00                  $137,322.093                    $66,744.00
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       FY 2010                    $24,515.00                  $104,415.09                     $97,919.00
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       FY 2011                    $13,000.00                   $61,956.56                   $123,125.00
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     includes personnel funds for extra help, work study, part-time faculty, faculty summer school salaries
   (except where noted), annual employment increments, and fringe benefits
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     includes initial lab fee allocation plus supplemental allocations during the budget year
   3
     includes funds for graduate assistants (transfer from lab fees) in addition to categories noted in 1, above
   4
     does not include faculty summer school salaries, budgeted separately hereafter



b. Facilities:

The Department has priority use of six classrooms on the fifth floor of Smith Hall as far back as
1967 when the building was built and one additional classroom in Corbly Hall. Half of the
classrooms have the Technology Enhanced Classroom Initiative (TECI) status with modern
teaching computer equipment. Three of the classrooms need urgent upgrade with state-of-the-
art technology. It should be mentioned that six classrooms are not adequate for the
department as the size of Marshall has grown two to three-fold since 1967. As a result, the
department teaches a percentage of its classes elsewhere.
Most of our faculty members have their offices on the seventh floor of Smith Hall. But we have
several other faculty members having their offices scattered on different floors of Smith Hall
and Morrow Library First Floor. For example, five (5) faculty offices are in Morrow Library, five
(5) on the third floor, one (1) on the fifth floor (shared with the tutoring room), one (1) on the
first floor, and the remaining twenty (20) on the seventh floor of Smith Hall. It is the desire of
the department to have all of its faculty offices in one floor of one building. There have been
talks and hopes that the department would be moved to the proposed new Engineering
Complex when it is ready. If this plan changes, the department would like to have to all of its
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   faculty offices on the seventh floor of Smith Hall after the Department of Art moves to its new
   building. Because of the scattered nature of faculty members, there is virtually no sense of
   communal interaction, and there is equally no convenient space that faculty could meet
   together for discussions on social matters or ones that could possibly lead to collaborative
   work.

   The department maintains a mathematics tutoring lab for its undergraduates. The lab is mainly
   intended for students taking MTH 098 to MTH 231 classes. In the fall semester of 2010, there
   were more than 3000 students enrolled in those courses while in the spring of 2011 the figure
   was close to 2000. This means, there are at least 2000 students who are eligible to receive
   tutoring from our tutoring lab as these students pay the lab fees. The lab, located on the fifth
   floor of Smith Hall, is manned mainly by graduate teaching assistants and few undergraduate
   tutors. The lab is not big enough to accommodate a large number of students requiring tutoring
   out of the 2000 or so students who are eligible to come to the tutoring lab. Therefore, the
   department is in dire need for a larger room for its tutoring lab.

   It is sad to note that the department does not have a computer laboratory for the computational
   needs required in the applied mathematics courses. There was a plan to have two additional
   classrooms added to the department. Perhaps, if this happens, one of the current six
   classrooms may be converted to a computer lab cum research lab.

   Until last year, the department lacked sufficient space for its graduate students. However, that
   problem had been addressed with the acquisition of Smith Music 115 for its graduate students.
   So the space problem for our graduate students has been solved.

5. Assessment Information:

a. Summary
   The B.S. in Mathematics was extensively revised in the 1995-96 academic year, with the new
   requirements going into effect in summer 1996. Academic year 2006-2007 was the 11th year
   of implementation of the Mathematics Department’s more focused, more application-oriented,
   and more technology-intensive B.S. program. Calculators, especially graphing calculators, and
   computer software, such as Mathematica, Excel, and SAS, have been integrated into the
   coursework. The addition of a new major in applied mathematics was the cornerstone of the
   curriculum revision of the B.S. in Mathematics program that became effective in the fall 2006
   semester. The size of each major–mathematics and applied mathematics–was made
   dependent upon the interdisciplinary nature of the program of study of the individual student.
   The majors are far more flexible than the major before the revision. The student learning
   outcomes for the B.S. Mathematics/Applied Mathematics are based on the following six
   standard program goals outlined in the Program Assessment Plan:
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   1. Mathematical Reasoning – Students should be able to perform intellectually demanding
      mathematical tasks and reason rigorously in mathematical arguments.
   2. Personal Potential – Students should be able to undertake independent work and
      possess an advanced level of critical thinking and analytical skills.
   3. Nature of Mathematics – Students should develop knowledge of the breadth of the
      mathematical sciences and of the fundamental dichotomy of mathematics as an object of
      study and a tool for application.
   4. Mathematical Modeling – Students should be able to apply mathematics to a broad
      spectrum of complex problems and issues.
   5. Communication and Resourcefulness – Students should be able to read, write, listen
      and speak mathematically and contribute effectively to group efforts.
   6. Content Specific Goals – Students should be able to apply the theory and basic
      techniques of calculus, modern algebra, discrete mathematics, and probability
      and statistics.

b. Other Learning and Service Activities:
   The program goals given above and in the Program Assessment Plan include the following
   associated student learning and service activities and outcomes:

      1. a. ability to demonstrate proofs using three methods of deductive reasoning:
            direct, contrapositive, and contradiction
         b. ability to demonstrate proofs by mathematical induction
         c. ability to verify the need for hypotheses by finding counterexamples for the
           alternative statements

      2. a. ability to use the library to find books and journal articles on a specified
            mathematical topic
         b. ability to recognize when a certain theorem may be applied in a given
             problem situation
         c. ability to assimilate and critique a mathematical paper independently

      3. a. study two additional areas of the mathematical sciences
            outside the required core
         b. deepen understanding and appreciation of the real number system
         c. develop an appreciation of mathematics as a unique discipline with aspects
            of both art and science

      4. a. ability to use probability distributions to model situations exhibiting
            random behavior in the real world
         b. ability to read, interpret, organize, analyze, and solve complex
            multi-step mathematical problems
         c. ability to use computer software and graphing calculator for simulation and
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     visualization of complex mathematical ideas and processes

5. a. ability to conduct research and make written and oral presentations on
      various topics
   b. ability to work effectively in a team to organize effective approaches to
      solving mathematical problems
   c. ability to create and document algorithms and to write computer programs
      in a high-level language to solve mathematical problems

6. a. ability to use combinatorial formulas to determine the number of outcomes
      in an event and to compute its probability
   b. ability to use numerical measures and graphic displays to describe sets
      of data
   c. ability to use the differential and integral calculus to solve problems dealing
      with rates of change and geometric areas and volumes d. ability to use
      techniques of linear algebra and abstract algebra to solve equations and
      systems of equations

Percentages of students achieving usable grades (pass with grade C or better) in courses
that are either required or elective for majors in mathematics were collected and are
reported in the table below. Percentages are reported including withdrawals.
Many of these courses are required for students in other programs (Physics, Chemistry,
Biology, Geology, Computer Science, Pre-Engineering, Mathematics Education 5-9 or 5-8,
Mathematics Education 5-12 or 5-Adult). In fact, every course on this list except MTH 300,
427, 428, 430, 431, 460, 461, and 491 is required by at least one other major on campus.
We suspect that the usable grade percentages in most courses would be higher if we
counted grades for mathematics majors only.


       Percentage of Usable Course Grades (A, B, C, CR) Fall & Spring only:
     Course       2006/07     2007/08     2008/09     2009/10     2010/11      Mean
     MTH 229           82          76          65          78          74        75
     MTH 230           68          74          86          87          77        78
     MTH 231           88          91          92          87          83        88
     MTH 300           86          92          85          81          95        88
     MTH 331           92          93        100         100           72        91
     MTH 335           88          80          85          85          72        82
     MTH 405         100         100         100                       95        99
     MTH 415                       71                      100                   86
     MTH 416                                                            83       83
     MTH 427           87          78          100         100          80       89
     MTH 428          100          71          100         100         100       94
     MTH 430                      100                      100                  100
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        Percentage of Usable Course Grades (A, B, C, CR) Fall & Spring only (Contd.):

        Course       2006/07     2007/08       2008/09     2009/10      2010/11         Mean
        MTH 431                     100                       100                        100
        MTH 440                     100                       100           100          100
        MTH 442            83                      100                                    92
        MTH 443           100         100          100          100         100          100
        MTH 445           100          90           76           63         100           86
        MTH 446           100          75           70           57         100           80
        MTH 448            83         100          100          100         100           97
        MTH 449            92          83          100          100         100           95
        MTH 450           100          90           89          100         100           96
        MTH 452           100         100          100          100         100          100
        MTH 460           100                      100                       67           89
        MTH 461           100                      100                      100          100
        MTH 491            83          85          100          100         100           94

Every student in Senior Seminar, MTH 491, is required to give written and oral presentations
and do research in the mathematical literature. This, in addition to the course grade, is an
indicator of the student’s growth in the areas of personal potential, communication, and
resourcefulness. Students in this course improve their abilities to work both independently and
in teams, and to make written and oral Reports.

HEPC Initiative 3 requires that our graduates be evaluated with a national exam. We have
been using the ETS Major Field Test in Mathematics for several years now. The planned
benchmark was set at the 45th percentile of the national mean in the last program review.
Although there was a decline in the set percentile in 2008-2009, we have improved
dramatically, and expect to perform well above the set mark in subsequent years.


                             2006-2007      2007-2008      2008-2009       2009-2010
        Examinee                 5              11             9               6
        High Score              199            175            181             166
        Median Score            155            155            149             158
        Mean Score             153.2          154.2          150.2           157.7
        Low Score               120            134            120             149
        National Median        156.3          156.3          156.3           156.3
        National Mean           155            155            155             155
        MU Percentile            46             44             37              57
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c. Plans for Program Improvement:

One major and significant area for improvement is assessment. The department did not submit
the Yearly Assessment reports for 2008, 2009 and 2010 academic years. To address this, an
Assessment Monitoring Group was recently constituted that will not only monitor assessment
of the program in the department, but will also work with other affiliated programs on the
campus on our inputs in meeting their programs’ assessments.

Prior to the last program review, assessment of the program resulted in a significant overhaul
of the degree program to conform to the curricula at our peer institutions and the curriculum
recommendations of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA), particularly from the
Committee on the Undergraduate Program in Mathematics (CUPM). One major outcome of
that program review was the introduction of the Applied Mathematics major. As pointed out in
the last program review, although the degree overhaul was significant, it was not as radical as
it should be, because we did not have the faculty to do so at the time. Following this, proposals
to create statistics programs are being submitted. The programs are expected to commence in
fall 2012. Mathematics remains a small degree program. Hence the low undergraduate majors
in mathematics and applied mathematics. One plan the Department has in addressing this
problem is the approval of the proposed statistics majors. It is hoped that this program when it
becomes operational would increase enrollment. Also, efforts shall be made in our recruitment
drive to increase enrollment.


d. Graduate and Employer Satisfaction:

A summary of the results of the Graduating Senior Survey conducted for the College of
Science in 2008 is given below. The data for 2010-2011 is adequate for comparison with
college, as only three (3) students participates with one student skipping very many of the
questions in the survey.

The issue of advising had been addressed in the department by centralizing departmental
advising. The Assistant Chair for Undergraduate Studies oversees this affair in addition to
College of Science Student Advisory Unit. Although availability of courses is limited by the size
of the department, our performance is still better than that of the college.
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                                                                  N       College of        Mathematics
                                                                            Science
     CRITERIA                                                          Impor-    Satis-    Impor-   Satis-
                                                                       tance     faction   tance    faction
     availability of academic advising and quality of advising   542     3.76      3.25      3.93    3.27
     availability of courses                                     549     3.88      2.74      3.93    2.63
     responsiveness to students with special needs               207     3.48      3.28      2.86    3.20
     professionalism/scholarship of faculty                      536     3.75      3.48      3.73    3.47
  development of critical thinking skills                        547     3.77      3.46      3.87    3.50
 College of Science Graduating Senior Survey

      This may be due to increasing number of faculty holding graduate status who often agreed to
      offer special topics. Responsiveness to special needs is not specific. While we may do well in
      responsive to student need in some areas, we would need to improve in others. On
      professionalism/scholarship of faculty, the perception of our faculty by students and in general
      as compared with the science faculty may be easily explained by the abstractness of
      mathematics (or, perhaps equivalently, by the visibility of experimentation in the sciences). The
      data show that we do well in critical thinking as is expected.

      We do not have a record of graduate employer satisfaction. The newly constituted Assessment
      Monitoring Group will incorporate this as part of their responsibilities in future. However, we
      have knowledge of the where-about of some of our graduates. Graduates have continued their
      studies at a variety of prestigious institutions, including, Marshall University, University of
      South Florida, University of Missouri, Central Michigan University, Clemson University, Illinois
      Tech, and Ohio State University, among many others.

      Annual Assessment Report: See the evaluation of annual assessment report provided by the
      Office of Assessment for the academic year 2006-2007 at the end of the report. Unfortunately,
      yearly assessments for 2007-2008, 2008-2009, and 2009-2010 were not conducted and
      submitted by the department to the Office of Assessment. Letters indicating this are provided
      at the end of this report.

6.     Previous Reviews:
       The recommendation on the last program review in 2006 was “continuation of program at the
       current level of activity”.

       The 2006 program review states the weakness as follows:
       The glaring weaknesses of the program involve its size and its woefully under-funded status.
       There has been no faculty growth to match the growth of the program. This is dangerous; the
       success of any program depends on the continuance of an influx of new energy. Instead the
       Department has faced a string of temporary hires who give no value to the program and have
       no affinity for the University, the state, or the region.
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     The phrase “woefully under-funded” and “temporary hires who give no value to the program
     and have no affinity…” appear to be inappropriate. However, there has been improvement on
     faculty growth even though the program needs at least two additional tenure-track positions to
     the present status in order to function effectively.



7.   Strengths/Weaknesses:

     The B.S. Mathematics, with majors in mathematics and applied mathematics is vibrant and
     rigorous. With the tenure-track faculty hires expected to have graduate status and conducting
     research, there is an increase in undergraduate and graduate research activities leading to
     professional talks at international, national and regional meetings. The program has highly
     skilled, academically enthusiastic and published faculty. Graduates of the program either
     pursue higher degrees in mathematics, statistics or related disciplines in strong and highly
     reputable universities, or secure jobs.

     One area of weakness in the program is its size. Then number of students graduating from
     the program is still low, although a very small number of students enter college with the aim of
     pursuing mathematics as a career. However, with the increasing number of graduate faculty,
     many more students are likely to be attracted into the program through participation in
     research activities and proper outreach programs. Another way of addressing this problem
     would be through the statistics program that the department had developed. Mathematics as
     a major is insular, and a major in statistics in a department of mathematics, as we have at
     Marshall, is always a way to open more windows of opportunities for students. Another area
     of weakness is in program assessment. For example, there had not been the yearly
     assessment for the program since 2008. To address this problem, an assessment monitoring
     group was recently formed in the department to provide a dynamic and effective assessment
     tool for the department.


B.     VIABILITY
.
       1.     Articulation Agreements:
              There is no articulation agreement with any other institutions.

       2.     Off-Campus Classes:
              None of our major courses are taught off-campus. Only entry-level, remedial
              courses and pre-major courses are involved. See Appendix VI. The data in
              Appendix Vi indicates that there is high demand for our entry-level courses taught
              off-campus.
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3.   Online Courses:
     During the current program review period, the department taught a total of 70 online
     classes. See Appendix VI for details.

4.   Service Courses:
     The largest instructional mission of the Department is service courses. These are for
     general education in the Marshall Core Curriculum as well as for other majors from
     every undergraduate program in the University. All courses listed in Table VI prior to
     MTH 229 are service courses.

5.   Program Course Enrollment: The data in Appendix VI presents enrollment data for
     all undergraduate courses offered by the department for the period under review.
     Mathematics and Applied Mathematics majors all take a common set of core
     courses totaling 21 credit hours. These are MTH 229 Calculus with Analytic
     Geometry I, MTH 230 Calculus with Analytic Geometry II, MTH 231 Calculus with
     Analytic Geometry III, MTH 300 Introduction to Higher Mathematics, and MTH 331
     Linear Algebra. Also, majors take a 2-credit hour capstone course MTH 491 Senior
     Seminar, and an additional required sequence of 12 credit hours chosen under their
     respective majors. Students are required to take electives ranging 0-12 credit hours
     depending on whether they are taking a single major in mathematics or either a
     minor or a major outside the department. A double major in mathematics and
     applied mathematics would require a total of 59 credit hours. The courses that form
     the core of our program are offered regularly, with multiple sections every semester
     in those courses required by other majors. Enrollments in these courses are
     expected to grow, particularly when the statistics majors being proposed by the
     department come into effect, and also with the growth in the Engineering program
     and other programs that require a great deal of mathematics courses.


6.   Program Enrollment:
     Enrollments in the core courses are expected to grow, particularly when the
     statistics majors being proposed by the department come into effect, and also with
     the growth in the Engineering program and other programs that require a great deal
     of mathematics courses.
     .

7.   Enrollment Projections:
     The enrollment figures in Appendix VII do not include mathematics education
     majors. There are nearly as many secondary education majors with an emphasis in
     mathematics as there are mathematics majors. It is impressive to see the number of
     students enrolled in the program as high reported in Appendix VI. Although there is
     a dip in 2007 – 2008 academic year, the program has witnessed a high enrollment
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         figures with a sharp increase in 2010 – 2011. This increase is likely due to more
         research faculty joining the department. This upward trend is expected to continue,
         and more significantly when the statistics major being proposed comes into effect.
         In summary, the increasing number of enrollment is an indicator that the program is
         an excellent one and graduates are making remarkable progress after graduation.
         Also, there have been more effective advertisement approaches of our majors and
         minor, with the latter possibly considering majors. The rigor and flavor of the minor
         has been altered to make it more attractive, but more indicative of the nature of the
         majors.

         We also see that the Applied Mathematics major is attracting more students from the
         period the major was created. This is due to the fact that students in other
         disciplines are seeing the relevance of the application of mathematics in their
         various fields.


C. NECESSITY: No accreditation required for mathematics

   1.    Advisory Committee: None.


   2.    Graduates:

         There is no evidence of any survey of the department’s Graduate Questionnaire
         (see a copy at the end of this report) during this period of program review. However,
         majority of our graduates pursue further degrees in the field mathematical sciences,
         while others enter into work places to become, for example, teachers, naval officers,
         corporate business analyst, actuaries, physicians, data analysts, and investment
         analysts. Salaries of graduates ranged from $32,000 to over $200,000. See
         Appendix VIII for more information.

   3.    Job Placement:

         Mathematics graduates enjoy a wide variety of career and educational choices.
         Many pursue graduate or professional school opportunities not only in mathematics,
         but also in statistics, computer science, education, operations research, and
         engineering, as well as medicine and law. Many pursue careers in education from
         middle schools through the university level. And many pursue careers in technology
         and business. A degree in mathematics is indeed an open door to many
         possibilities. Graduates from the program do not have any difficulties in seeking job
         placements.
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IV.   RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (If applicable)
      Not Applicable.
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                                                                Appendix I
                                               Required/Elective Course Work in the Program
            Degree Program: B.S. Mathematics/Applied Mathematics                Person responsible for the report: Dr. Ariyadasa Aluthge
                                                                                            1
     Courses Required in Major          Total Req.         Electives Required by the Major         Elective       Related Field Courses           Total
                                        Hours                                                       Hours               Required                  Related Hrs.
Core I Courses                                         MTH 405 History of Mathematics                 3
MTH 229 Calculus with Analytic                5        MTH 411 Mathematical Modeling                  3
          Geometry I                                   MTH 416 Advanced Differential
MTH 230 Calculus with Analytic                4                 Equations                              3
          Geometry II                                  MTH 440 Graph Theory and
MTH 231 Calculus with Analytic                4                 Combinatorics                          3
          Geometry III                                 MTH 448 Modern Geometries
MTH 300 Introduction to Higher                4        MTH 449 Projective Geometry                     3
          Mathematics                                  MTH 455 Number Theory                           3
MTH 331 Linear Algebra                        4        Any sequence course(s)                          3
                         2
MTH 491 Senior Seminar                        2
Core II (Sequence) Courses
MTH 335 Differential Equations                4
MTH 415 Partial Differential
                    3
          Equations                           3
MTH 427 Advanced Calculus I                   3
MTH 428 Advanced Calculus II                  3
MTH 430 Topology I                            3
MTH 431 Topology II                           3
                                   4
MTH 442 Numerical Linear Algebra              3
MTH 443 Numerical Analysis                    3
MTH 445 Probability and Statistics I          3
MTH 446 Probability and Statistics II         3
MTH 450 Modern Algebra I                      3
MTH 452 Modern Algebra II                     3
MTH 460 Complex Variables I                   3
MTH 461 Complex Variables II                  3


            1
              Students must complete four elective MTH courses. An outside major removes this requirement. Alternatively, an outside minor
            reduces the requirements to two electives. A Mathematics and Applied Mathematics double major must complete two sequences
            from each major plus four elective MTH courses.
            2
              MTH 491 is the program capstone course.
            3
              Student may choose to take MTH 416 – Advanced Differential Equations instead.
            4
              Student may choose to take MTH 411 – Mathematical Modeling instead.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: ___Laura Adkins_____________________________ Rank: _____Professor_____________

Status (Check one): Full-time__X__ Part-time_____ Adjunct _____                    Current MU Faculty: Yes _X_
No ___

Highest Degree Earned: ___Ph.D.__________________ Date Degree Received: ___June 1996____

Conferred by: _____The Ohio State University__________________________________________

Area of Specialization: ___Statistics____________________________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_____None______               Agency: ___N/A_________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ____0____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ____0____
Years of employment at Marshall                                           ___25____
Years of employment in higher education                                   ___25____
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ____5___

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                                   Title                           Enrollment
2011 / Spring     GLY 641                Biological Aspects of Geology (Special Topics)           1
2011 / Spring     MTH 225                Introductory Statistics                                  31
2011 / Spring     MTH 345                Applied Probability and Statistics                       30
2011 / Spring     BSC 417/517            Biostatistics                                            67 / 11
2011 / Spring     MTH 518                Biostatistics                                            10
2010 / Fall       ENGR 610               Applied Statistics                                       15
2010 / Fall       MTH 225                Introductory Statistics                                  91
2010 / Fall       MTH 345                Applied Probability and Statistics                       32
2010 / Spring     IST 131                Analytical Methods II: Differential Calculus             17
2010 / Spring     MTH 225                Introductory Statistics                                  22
2010 / Spring     BSC 417/517            Biostatistics                                            53 / 14
2010 / Spring     MTH 518                Biostatistics                                            6
2009 / Fall       ENGR 610               Applied Statistics                                       13
2009 / Fall       MTH 121                Concepts and Applications of Mathematics                 63
2009 / Fall       MTH 225                Introductory Statistics                                  67
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NOTE: Part-time adjunct faculty do not need to fill in the remainder of this document.

1)       If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.
                                   N/A

(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with
the most recent activities.)
2)       Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
     June 18, 2010 – Present: Dissertation Committee Member for Linda Hunt – Ed.D.
     Dec. 1, 2009 – May 11, 2010: Graduate Committee Member for Yvonne Asafo – M.S. in
     Environmental Science. Recycling Awareness on Marshall University’s Huntington Campus.
     July 17, 2009 – August 1, 2010: Graduate Committee Member for Yoseph Gebrelibanos – M.S. in
     Environmental Science.
     Feb. 8, 2010 – June 11, 2010: Graduate Committee Member for Iyad Kaddora – M.S. in Biology. Antibiotic
     sensitivity patterns of hospital acquired and community acquired methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.

3)       Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
                                    None

4)       Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
             Fahrmann, E. ,Adkins, L. , Driscoll H.,
             Diabetes Type 1, Cardiovascular Morbidity and Mortality: New Insights.
             Presented at the 23rd Marshall University School of Medicine Research Day March 21, 2011

5)       Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and state,
         regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you chaired or
         participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
                  Member of Mathematical Association of America
                  Member of American Statistical Association (Sections on Statistical Education, Teaching
                  Statistics in the Health Sciences)
                  Member of Appalachian Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators
                  Regional Conference of the Appalachian Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators,
                  February 26-27, 2010

6)       Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
                                 None

7)       Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
             Fahrmann, E. ,Adkins, L. , Driscoll H., Awarded the Roland H. Burns Memorial Clinical Science Oral
             Winner at the 23rd Marshall University School of Medicine Research Day March 21, 2011

8)       Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
                  Judge for the West Virginia State Science and Engineering Fair: 2007 – 2008
                  Volunteer for the Marshall University Mathematics Competition: 2007 – 2008
                  Volunteer for the Marshall University SCORES Competition: 2007 – 2010
                  Expand Your Horizons Workshop for Middle School Girls: April 10, 2010
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                                                            Appendix II
                                                         Faculty Data Sheet
                                                      (Information for the period of this review)

Name: __________Alfred Akinsete____________________ Rank: ____Full Professor____________
Status (Check one): Full-time_X__ Part-time____ Adjunct _Current MU Faculty: Yes _X__ No ____
Highest Degree Earned: ________Ph.D._____________ Date Degree Received: ___1996__________
Conferred by: __________University of Ibadan_____________________________________________
Area of Specialization: ________Mathematical Statistics_____________________________________
Professional Registration/Licensure____N/A_____ Agency: __________________________________
Years non-teaching experience                                              ___01___
Years of employment other than Marshall                                    ___21___
Years of employment at Marshall                                            ___08___
Years of employment in higher education                                    ___29___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                  ___05___
List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught course, indicate each of them
and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include the year and semester taught (summer through spring),
course number, course title and enrollment. (Expand the table as necessary)
    Year/Semester           Alpha Des. & No.                                       Title                                  Enrollment
    Summer III 2009        MTH 231                     Calculus with Analytic Geometry III                              05
    Fall 2009              MTH 445/545                 Probability & Statistics I                                       18
                           MTH 589                     TA Seminar                                                       15
                           MTH 661                     Advanced Mathematical Statistics                                 07
    Spring 2010            MTH 446/546                 Probability & Statistics I                                       16
                           MTH 589                     TA Seminar                                                       13
                           MTH 662                     Multivariate Mathematical Statistics                             06
    Summer 2010            MTH 230                     Calculus with Analytic Geometry II                               20
    Fall 2010              MTH 660                     Stochastic Processes                                             05
                           MTH 690                     Advanced Distribution Theory – Independent Study                 05
    Spring 2011            MTH 482                     Applied Time Series Forecasting                                  02
                           MTH 681                     Thesis                                                           01
                           MTH 691 (SpTp)              Computational Statistics with R                                  05
NOTE: Part-time adjunct faculty do not need to fill in the remainder of this document.
1)        If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.
(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with the most recent activities.)
2)        Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
Teaching:
         West Virginia 14th Annual Great Teacher Seminar. Cairo, West Virginia. June 26 – 29, 2006.
         Mathematical Association of America (MAA) Short Course on the Teaching of Statistics with Baseball Data.
          Summer Short Course. Mount Union College, Alliance, Ohio. June 6 – 9, 2006.
I supervised four Graduate long essays in my Stochastic class in Fall 2006
Research: I was engaged in the following research activities:
         Computational science training: summer NSF REU grant, 4 students’ projects, summers 2010 and 2011
         Summer Research Activities in the Summer of 2006 (Summer Research Grant)
         Collaborated with a researcher on The beta-Pareto distribution
         Carried out research work on The Generalized Exponentiated Beta Distribution
         I supervised an undergraduate student in Summer 2006 under the SURE Program
3)        Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
         Akinsete, A. A. and Lowe, C. (2008). The beta-Rayleigh distribution in reliability measure. Proc. of the American Statistical Assoc.
         Akinsete, A. A., Famoye, F. F., & Carl, L. (2008). The beta-Pareto Distribution. Statistics; A Journal of Theoretical and Applied Statistics.
          42(6), 547-563
         Akinsete, A. A. (2008). Generalized exponentiated beta distribution. Journal of Probability and Statistical Science. 6(1), 1-12
         Akinsete, A. A. & Lowe, C. (2007). Stochastic modeling of sports data. Proceedings of the American Statistical Association, Section on
          Statistics in Sports. 2581 – 2588.
         More results on beta-Rayleigh distribution in reliability measure. Journal of Probability and Statistical Science (Submitted)
4)        Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
         Lowe, C, and Akinsete, A. (2009). Beta-Maxwell Distribution. Presented at Mathematical Association of America – Ohio Section. Kenyon
          College. Gambier, Ohio. October 30 – 31, 2009.
         Akinsete, A. A., Famoye, F. F. and Lee, C. (2008). “The beta-Pareto”. Presented at the Royal Statistical Society Conference.
          Nottingham, England. September 1 – 5, 2008.
         Akinsete, A. A. and Lowe, C. (2008). “The beta-Rayleigh distribution in reliability measure”. Presented at the Joint Statistical Meeting of
          the American Statistical Association held in Denver, Colorado. August 3 – 7, 2008.
         Akinsete, A. A. (2008). “The beta-Rayleigh distribution”. Presented at the 7th World Congress in Probability and Statistics. Singapore July
          14 – 19, 2008.
         “Generalized exponentiated beta distribution”. Presented at the Joint Statistical Meeting of the American Statistical Association held in
          Salt Lake City, Utah, in July 29 - August 2, 2007.
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        “Stochastic modeling of sports data”. Presented at the Joint Statistical Meeting of the American Statistical Association held in Salt Lake
         City, Utah, in July 29 - August 2, 2007.
        “Online statistics teaching resources”. Presented at the 3 rd Association of Appalachia Mathematics Teacher Education, held at Marshall
         University, Huntington, West Virginia. November 2 – 3, 2007.
        “The beta-Rayleigh distribution in reliability measure”. Presented with Charles Lowe at the Mathematical Association of America, 2007
         Ohio Section, held at Wittenberg University, Springfield, Ohio. October 26 – 27, 2007.
        Akinsete, A. A. (2006). “Beta – Geometric Distribution in Survival Modeling”. Presented at the Joint Statistical
         Meeting of the American Statistical Association held in Seattle, Washington, in August 6-10, 2006.
5)       Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and state, regional, national, and
         international conferences attended. List any panels on which you chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in
         professional organizations.
Professional Organization
        American Statistical Association - National
        Royal Statistical Society - International
        Appalachian Collaborative Center for Learning Assessment & Instruction in Mathematics (ACCLAIM) - Regional
        Faculty member of the Department of Mathematics, Marshall University arm of Pi Mu Epsilon - National
        Nigerian Statistical Association – International
        Nigerian Mathematical Society – International
Conferences Attended
        Fall Meeting of Mathematical Association of America – Ohio Section. Kenyon College. Gambier, Ohio. October 30 – 31, 2009
        Bicentennial Beginnings Conference. Department of Statistics. Miami University. Oxford, OH. November 12 – 13, 2009.
        Banner Basic Navigation Workshop. Marshall University. May 6, 2009.
        Joint Statistical Meeting of the American Statistical Association held in Denver, Colorado. August 3 - 7, 2008.
        7th World Congress in Probability and Statistics. National University of Singapore. July 14 – 19, 2008.
        Royal Statistical Society Conference. Nottingham, England. August 01 – 05, 2008.
        The 36th Annual Conference on Recreation Mathematics. Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. September 26 – 27, 2008.
        Chautauqua Course DAY-3 Workshop on Increasing the Retention of Under-Represented Groups--And the Learning of All Groups--In
         Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Courses. University of Dayton, Ohio. April 28-30, 2008.
        Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning in the Classroom (POGIL). Marshall University. March 15, 2008.
        Association of Appalachia Mathematics Teacher Education, held at Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia. November 2 – 3, 2007.
        MAA, 2007 Ohio Section, held at Wittenberg University, Springfield, Ohio. October 26 – 27, 2007.
        Joint Statistical Meeting of the American Statistical Association held in Salt Lake City, Utah, in July 29 - August 2, 2007.
        Organized by the Consortium for the Advancement of Undergraduate Statistics Education (CAUSE). The Ohio State University, May 16 &
         17, 2007.
        United States Conference on the Teaching of Statistics (USCOTS). (17 – 19 May, 2007). The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.
         “Statistics Online Computational Resources (SOCR) & Consortium for the Advancement of Undergraduate Statistics Education
         (CAUSE)”. Los Angeles, CA. August 6 – 8, 2007
         “An Introduction to the Fundamentals and Functionality R Language”. Organized by the American Statistical Association, at Alexandria,
         VA in October 18 & 19, 2007.
         “How to Use Effective Learning Environments to Motivate and Engage Students”. Sponsored by the Center for the Advancement of
         Teaching and Learning. Marshall University, Huntington, WV. August 15, 2007.
         “Best Practices in Teaching Mathematics”. Organized by Teachers Development Group. June 11 – 15, 2007. Mingo County, WV.
         “West Virginia Higher Education Mathematics Symposium”. Sponsored by West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission. Fairmont
         State University, Fairmont, WV. February 23 – 24, 2007.
        Joint Statistical Meeting (JSM) of the American Statistical Association (ASA): Seattle, Washington. (August 6-10, 2006).
         Annual Conference of the Appalachian Association of Math Teacher Educators, held at Morehead, Kentucky. Oct., 27-28, 2006
        West Virginia 14th Annual Great Teacher Seminar, Cairo, West Virginia. June 26 – 29, 2006

6)        Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.The Region II Partnership of Mingo County Public Schools, Marshall
          University’s June Harless Center for Rural Educational Research and Development, Marshall University, and RESA II.$189,000.00
         Involved in the grant proposal on Science Training for Undergraduates in the Mathematical Sciences. Submitted to NSF on REU
         Quinlan Award of $500.00, and other local travel grants to attend the Joint Statistical Meeting of the American Statistical Association.
          Denver, Colorado. August 3 – 7, 2008; Summer Research Grant Proposal, 2008 ($2000.00)
         INCO grant to attend the “CAUSE Undergraduate Statistics Program Workshop”. The Ohio State University, May 16 & 17, 2007.
         Quinlan Award of $500.00, and other local travel grants to attend the Joint Statistical Meeting of the American Statistical Association. Salt
          Lake City, Utah. July 29 – August 2, 2007.
         Travel grant to attend the Continuing Statistics Educational Training in “Statistics Online Computational Resources (SOCR) & Consortium
          for the Advancement of Undergraduate Statistics Education (CAUSE)”. Los Angeles, CA. August 6 – 8, 2007
         Travel support to attend workshop for both teaching and research, titled, “An Introduction to the Fundamentals and Functionality R
          Language”. Organized by the American Statistical Association, at Alexandria, VA in October 18 & 19, 2007.
         2006 Travel Grant to attend the Joint Statistical Meeting of the American Statistical Association. [Seattle, Washington]
         2006 INCO Grant to attend MAA Short Course on the Teaching of Statistics with Baseball data. [Mount Union College, Alliance, Ohio.
7)        Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)        Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
         Member, Academic Planning Committee, Member; Commission on Multiculturalism; Series of Statistical Consulting
         Faculty Advisor to Organization of Africa Students; Peer-review of research papers and textbook; Series of letters of recommendation
         Assisted with SCORES proctoring; Attendance and participation in church activities
         Attendance at department and college meetings; Coordinated Department’s Lecture and Colloquia Activities; Promotion Committee
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                                              Appendix II
                                           Faculty Data Sheet
                                       (Information for the period of this review)

Name: Ariyadasa Aluthge

Rank: Professor

Status (Check one): Full-time _X_ Part-time_ Adjunct _Current MU Faculty: Yes _X__          No ___

Highest Degree Earned: Ph D

Date Degree Received: 1990

Conferred by: Vanderbilt University

Area of Specialization: Mathematics

Professional Registration/Licensure: Not applicable              Agency: Not applicable

Years non-teaching experience                                               ____0____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                     ____2____
Years of employment at Marshall                                             ___21____
Years of employment in higher education                                     ____23___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                   ____5____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                                     Title                Enrollment
2009 summer       MTH 127 (online)         College Algebra Expanded                        29 (39)

2009 Fall         MTH 122 (two sections)   Plane Trigonometry                              22 (28), 15(20)
                  MTH 122 (online)         Plane Trigonometry                              20 (28)
                  MTH 127 (online)         College Algebra Expanded                        50 (61)
                  MTH 140 (two sections)   Applied Calculus                                21 (25), 17 (21)
2010 Spring       MTH 120 (team-t 33%)     Algebra                                         6
                  MTH 122 (online)         Plane Trigonometry                              21 (26)
                  MTH 127 (online)         College Algebra Expanded                        45 (51)
                  MTH 140 (two sections)   Applied Calculus                                4 (5), 10 (12)
                  MTH 690                  SpTp: functional Analysis                       1
2010 Summer       MTH 122 (online)         Plane Trigonometry                              31 (36)
                  MTH 127 (online)         College Algebra Expanded                        29 (33)
2010 Fall         MTH 120                  Algebra                                         7
                  MTH 122 (online)         Plane Trigonometry                              27 (30)
                  MTH 127 (online)         College Algebra Expanded                        42 (45)
                  MTH 140 (online)         Applied Calculus                                8 (12)
                  MTH 140                  Applied Calculus                                19 (25)
2011 Spring       MTH 120                  Algebra                                         9
                  MTH 122 (online)         Plane Trigonometry                              30 (33)
                  MTH 127 (online)         College Algebra Expanded                        55 (60)
                  MTH 140 (online          Applied Calculus                                17 (22)
                  MTH 519                  Forensic Statistics                             16

NOTE: Part-time adjunct faculty do not need to fill in the remainder of this document.

    1) If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.
       Response: My degree is in the area of current assignment.
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(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with
the most recent activities.)
2) Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
        See (3) through (7) below for details

3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
        Publications:
            On the spectrum of the invertible semi-hyponormal operators, Journal of Integral Equations
            and Operator Theory, 59(2007), pp. 299 – 307.

4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
        Presentations:
           a)Title: On some results related to w-hyponormal operators and several other classes of
           operators. Conference: International conference of Operator Theory and Operator Algebra,
           Suzhou, China, June 20 – 22, 2009
                                                        1       1
            b)Title: On the operator transform T | T | 2 U | T | 2 and its applications. Conference: Fourth
            International Conference of Applied Mathematics and Computing, Plovdiv Technological
            University, Plovdiv, Bulgaria, Aug 12 – Aug 18, 2007

            c)Title: On the general polar symbols of invertible semi-hyponormal operators. Conference:
            Southeastern Analysis Meeting, Uni of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia, April 13 – 15, 2007

5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
        Attended the following conferences and workshops:
        a) West Virginia Higher Education Symposium, Fairmont State University, February 2007
        b) Southeastern Analysis Meeting, University of Richmond, Richmond, VA, March 2007
        c) Fourth International Conference of Applied Mathematics and Computing, Plovdiv, 2007
        d) Conference of Appalachian Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, November 2007
        e) Mathematical Association of America, Ohio Section, Shawnee State U., April 2007
        f) Best Practices of Teaching in Mathematics, Williamson, WV, June 11 – 15, 2007
        g) Best Practices of Teaching in Mathematics, Williamson, WV, June 16 – 27, 2008
        h) International Conference of Operator Theory and Operator Algebra, Suzhou, China, 2009
        I was a member of the Mathematical Association of America and the Appalachian
        Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators

6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
        Grant Award: I was a member of a team of educators from Marshall University that received
        about $500,000 for the MITTEN (Mathematics Integration Using Technology to Target
        Educational Needs) project in Mingo County, WV. Our team conducted workshops (about 40
        days) for middle and high school teachers in Mingo County from September 2006 to June 2009.

7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
        Invited Speaker:
        a) International Conference of Operator Theory and Operator Algebra, Suzhou, China, June 20
            – 22, 2009 (see 4(a) above)
        b) Fourth International Conference of Applied Mathematics and Computing, Plovdiv, Bulgaria,
            august 12 – 18, 2007 (see 4(b) above)

8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
        I served on Huntington high School LSIC and Cabell County School Restructuring Committee
        from 2007 to 2011.
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                                               Appendix II
                                            Faculty Data Sheet
                                          (Information for the period of this review)

Name: __Clayton Brooks____________________________ Rank: __Professor________________

Status (Check one): Full-time _X_ Part-time__ Adjunct ___Current MU Faculty: Yes _X__                         No ___
Highest Degree Earned: __Ph.D.___________________ Date Degree Received: __1994___________

Conferred by: __University of Kentucky____________________________________________________
Area of Specialization: __Mathematics_____________________________________________________
Professional Registration/Licensure_______________                   Agency: _______________________________
Years non-teaching experience                                                  ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                        ____5___
Years of employment at Marshall                                                ___11___
Years of employment in higher education                                        ___15___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                      ____5___
List courses you taught during the final two years of this review.
Year/Semester       Alpha Des. & No.                                       Title                         Enrollment
Spring 2011         MTH 335                   Differential Equations                                    13
Spring 2011         MTH 132                   Precalculus with Scientific Applications                  24
Fall 2010           MTH 329                   Elementary Linear Algebra                                 6
Fall 2010           MTH 229                   Calculus with Analytic Geometry I                         20
Fall 2010           MTH 231                   Calculus with Analytic Geometry III                       21
AY 2009-2010                                  (on sabbatical leave)

2)       Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
Critical thinking training workshop Summer 2011
Worked with Dr. Edgar Enochs of the University of Kentucky during Spring 2010 sabbatical leave
Worked with Drs. Martin Bohner and Elvan Akin of the Missouri University of Science and Technology, Fall 2009
sabbatical leave
Doctoral Thesis Reader for Nick Wintz, Missouri University of Science and Technology May 2009
Educational Advancement Foundation workshop on Inquiry Based Learning, Austin, TX, July 2008
Co-presenter of “The Marshall University Differential Analyzer Project: Mathematical Concepts through the Eyes of
the Masters.” University of Missouri – Rolla, October 2006
3)       Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
“The Marshall Differential Analyzer Project: A Visual Interpretation of Dynamic Equations”, Advances in Dynamical Systems
and Applications, (with Bonita Lawrence and students Saeed Keshavarzian and Richard Merritt, Vol. 3 No. 1 (2008)

4)       Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
“A New Refined Jordan’s Inequality and Its Application”, Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla,
November 2009
5)       Professional development activities
Attendance at various mathematical conferences (* included presentation):
        MAA Mathfest, Lexington KY, August 2011
        AMS Southeastern Section, Statesboro GA, March 2011
        AIMS International Conference, Dresden, Germany, May 2010
        AMS Southeastern Section, Lexington KY, March 2010
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          AMS Central Section, Waco TX, October 2009
          *Fall Teaching Conference, Marshall University, August 2009
          *Rocky Mountain Mathematics Consortium, Laramie WY, June 2009
          Bluegrass Algebra Conference, Lexington KY, March 2009
          *Winter Conference on Difference Equations, Homburg, Germany, January 2009
          *Appalachian Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AAMTE) meeting at Marshall University, November 2007
          *Conference and School in Honor of Allan Peterson, Novacella, Italy, July 2007
          Hayden/Howard Lecture at the University of Kentucky, April 2007
          Spring Meeting for the Ohio Section of the MAA in Portsmouth OH, April
          Joint Mathematics Meetings, New Orleans, January 2007
          Attended the Marshall University Center for Advancement of Teaching and Learning Workshop, “Critical
          Thinking and Higher Education”, by President Stephen Kopp, September 2006
          International Conference on Difference Equations, Special Functions and Applications, Kyoto, Japan, July 2006

Co-organized special AMS session on Relative Homological Algebra, March 2010
Co-organizer of the Marshall University Differential Analyzer opening, May 2009
Co-advisor of Joint Mathematics Meetings – Undergraduate Research Poster Session, New Orleans, January 2007
Member of the Following Organizations:
       Mathematical Association of America
       International Society of Difference Equations
       American Association of University Professors
       Pi Mu Epsilon
6)        Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
Grant from Simpson College to build a differential analyzer for undergraduates
Recovered large quantity of valuable supplies for the John Deaver Drinko Academy
Appalachian Math and Science Partnership Grant
Appalachian Math and Science Partnership Grant ($2,000,000)
Funded by the National Science Foundation and in collaboration with the University of Kentucky, it established
collaboration between university professors and teachers from local junior and senior high schools. Dr. Sarah
Denman is the principal investigator. My role is being a content mentor, with experience as a mathematics high
school teacher.
Project LEAP (Leadership Emphasizing Achievement in Pendleton County) ($61,988)
PI: Dr. Stan Maynard, Director of the June Harless Center, with myself as the subject content contributor.
This project is designed to provide professional development to teachers in Pendleton County for effective
implementation of standards-based mathematics.
 3
E (Empowering Elementary Teachers) = Improved Mathematical Achievement ($75,074)
PI: Dr. Stan Maynard, Director of the June Harless Center, with myself as the subject content contributor. This
project is designed to provide professional development to Lincoln County teachers for effective implementation of
standards-based mathematics.
7)        Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
                                                                      th
Funded presentation of “Help! My Students are Too Nice”, 11 Annual Legacy of R. L. Moore Conference by the
Educational Advancement Foundation, Austin, Texas, July 2008
“The Marshall Differential Analyzer Project: Mathematics in Motion”, by funded invitation, at the Charleston Southern
University Mathematics Colloquium, South Carolina, March 2008
“The Marshall Differential Analyzer Project: Mathematical Concepts through the Eyes of the Masters.” History and
Philosophy of Science and Technology Department Colloquium, Victoria College, University of Toronto, June 2007.
Co-advisor of The Marshall Differential Analyzer Team which was selected to be one of the posters from across the
USA to present their research at Council on Undergraduate Research: “Posters on the Hill” Session in Washington
D.C. in April 2007
Elected as Secretary to the Marshall University Faculty Senate 2006-2008

8)        Community service as defined in the Greenbook.

State Math Field Day volunteer April 2011          Staff volunteer for the Marshall Artists Series
Volunteer for SCORES Competition                   Volunteer for MU Mathematics Competition
ETS Major Field Test administrator      Participated in National Essential Skills Study for national and local school systems
West Virginia State Administrator for Circle K International               Treasurer of the Kiwanis Club of East Huntington
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                                           Appendix II
                                        Faculty Data Sheet
                                      (Information for the period of this review)

Name: Matthew W. Carlton                                                            Rank: Professor

Status (Check one): Full-time     X    Part-time_____ Adjunct ___Current MU Faculty: Yes _X_ No ___

Highest Degree Earned: Ph.D.                                         Date Degree Received: 07/01/1971

Conferred by: _____University of Kentucky________________________________________________

Area of Specialization: ________________Complex Analysis__________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure EA# 11-3735___               Agency: _________IRS / DOL______________

Years non-teaching experience                                              ___0_____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                    ___0_____
Years of employment at Marshall                                            ___43____
Years of employment in higher education                                    ___43____
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                  ___ 5____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester       Alpha Des. & No.                          Title                                    Enrollment
           nd
09/10    2          Math 121              Using & Understanding Mathematics                           83
            st
10/11      1        Math 121              Using & Understanding Mathematics                           123
               nd
10/11      2        Math 121              Using & Understanding Mathematics                           91
            st
11/12      1        Math 121              Using & Understanding Mathematics                           128

NOTE: Part-time adjunct faculty do not need to fill in the remainder of this document.

1)      If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.

(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with
the most recent activities.)
2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
        Professional Periodicals Read
        1) North American Actuarial Journal
        2) The Actuary – published by the Society of Actuaries
        3) The American Society of Pension Professionals and Actuaries Journal
        4) Actuarial update – the news monthly of the American Academy of Actuaries
        5) Enrolled Actuaries Update
        6) The Actuarial Digest
        7) Commerce Clearing House Pension Plan Guide
        8) Benefits Compensation Digest
        9) Contingencies – published by the American Academy of Actuaries
        10) Bureau of National Affairs Pension and Benefits Reporter
        11) Society of Professional Benefits administrative periodical
3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
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4)        Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)        Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
          state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
          chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.

          Membership in the following organizations:
     1)   Fellow, Society of Actuaries
     2)   Member, American Academy of Actuaries
     3)   Member, College of Pension Actuaries
     4)   Fellow, Conference of Consulting Actuaries
     5)   Member, American Society of Pension Professionals and Actuaries
     6)   Enrolled Actuary with the Department of Labor and the Internal Revenue Service

          In the last 5 years I have attended approximately 12 conferences dealing with the actuarial
          profession.

6)        Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)        Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)        Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                           Appendix II
                                        Faculty Data Sheet
                                      (Information for the period of this review)

Name: ________Mary Crytzer_________________________ Rank: ______Instructor_____________

Status (Check one): Full-time __X___ Part-time_____ Adjunct _____ Current MU Faculty: Yes _X__
No ___

Highest Degree Earned: ___M.A. Mathematics_________ Date Degree Received: __August 2008_____

Conferred by: _____Marshall University_____________________________________________

Area of Specialization: ______N/A________________________________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________               Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                              ___0_____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                    ___2_____
Years of employment at Marshall                                            ___3_____
Years of employment in higher education                                    ___4_____
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                  ___1_____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                                    Title                 Enrollment
Fall 2010          MTH 098-101            Mathematics Skills I                              27
Fall 2010          MTH 098-103            Mathematics Skills I                              33
Fall 2010          MTH 099-101            Mathematics Skills II                             29
Fall 2010          MTH 098-107            Mathematics Skills II                             27
Fall 2010          MTH 099-111            Mathematics Skills I                              28
Spring 2011        MTH 098-201            Mathematics Skills I                              24
Spring 2011        MTH 098-203            Mathematics Skills I                              26
Spring 2011        MTH 099-201            Mathematics Skills II                             30
Summer III         MTH 099-601            Mathematics Skills II                             22
2011

NOTE: Part-time adjunct faculty do not need to fill in the remainder of this document.

1)       If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.

(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with
the most recent activities.)
2)       Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
        Attended ALEKS Regional Meeting (11/19/10)
             o Attended presentations by multiple presenters from five different universities/colleges
             o Learned more about the ALEKS system and developmental math
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        Attended NCTM Annual Meeting (4/22/09 - 4/25/09)
             o Attended multiple presentations by keynote speakers
             o Participated in several workshops
3)       Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
                  N/A
4)       Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
                  N/A
5)       Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
         state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
         chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
        Attended ALEKS Regional Meeting (11/19/10)
             o Attended presentations by multiple presenters from five different universities/colleges
             o Learned more about the ALEKS system and developmental math
        Attended NCTM Annual Meeting (4/22/09)
             o Attended multiple presentations by keynote speakers
             o Attended several workshops
        Member of National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
6)       Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
                  N/A
7)       Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
                  N/A
8)       Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
        Tutored high school and middle school students (2008 – present)
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)
                                        Summer 2006 through Spring, 2011

Name: _____David A. Cusick____________ Rank: _____Professor______

Status (Check one): Full-time __x_ Part-time_____ Adjunct _____            Current MU Faculty: Yes _x_   No ___

Highest Degree Earned: ____Ph.D._________________ Date Degree Received: _____1971_______

Conferred by: _____Indiana University at Bloomington, IN__________________

Area of Specialization: __________associative rings and algebras_________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure _____N/A____            Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ___0_____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ___0_____
Years of employment at Marshall                                           ___40_____
Years of employment in higher education                                   ___46_____(counting grad student work
                                                               at IU)
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ___5_____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha & No.                  Title                               Enrollment
 2009 Fall         MTH 122       Trigonometry                                             32
 2009 Fall         MTH 229       Calculus                                                 23
 2009 Fall         MTH 230       Calculus                                                 29
 2010 .Spring      MTH 130       College Algebra                                          23
 2010 .Spring      MTH 229       Calculus                                                 20
 2010 .Spring      MTH 231       Calculus                                                 22
 2010 Fall         MTH 140       Applied Calculus                                         30
 2010 Fall         MTH 229       Calculus                                                 24
 2010 Fall         MTH 230       Calculus                                                 32
 2011 .Spring      MTH 122       Trigonometry                                             32
 2011 .Spring      MTH 229       Calculus                                                 23
 2011 .Spring      MTH 230       Calculus                                                 21


NOTE: Part-time adjunct faculty do not need to fill in the remainder of this document.

1)      If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.

(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with
the most recent activities.)
2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
                                                                                                               36


5)       Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
         state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
         chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)       Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)       Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)       .


Boxes # 2 & # 5, below, are very similar.

1    Degree is in field.
2    Attended ten meetings of Ohio Section of the Mathematical Assn of America, every one of the fall and spring
     semesters during this five-year reporting period. (Listed also in # 5.)
     Attained CT (critical thinking) certification, summer, 2011.
     Invited to Wiley Faculty Network Math Workshop, “Engaging Students and Ensuring Success in Today’s Math
     Courses,” San Francisco, CA. Feb. 25, 2011.
     Invited to the Legacy of R.L. Moore Conference, Washington, DC, June 2-4, 2011. Presented a 5-minute mini
     talk.
     “The Teaching of Undergraduate Mathematics,” Miami of Ohio Annual Math Conference, Oxford,
     OH, September, 2009.

3    none
4    “No Matter How You Slice It,” presented at the Spring Conference of the Ohio Section of the Mathematical
     Association of America, March 25, 2011, Youngstown State U in Youngstown, Ohio. Only a talk, not a paper.
5    Member of the Mathematical Association of America [MAA] and am the official liaison between Marshall and
     the MAA.
     Attended ten meetings of Ohio Section of the Mathematical Assn of America, every one of the fall and spring
     semesters during this five-year reporting period. (Listed also in # 2.)
     Invited to Wiley Faculty Network Math Workshop, “Engaging Students and Ensuring Success in Today’s Math
     Courses,” San Francisco, CA. Feb. 25, 2011.
     Invited to the Legacy of R.L. Moore Conference, Washington, DC, June 2-4, 2011. Presented a 5-minute mini
     talk.
     NSF Chautauqua summer course:              Retaining Under-Represented Students in the Sciences and
     Mathematics, Summer, 2006.

6    none
7    Honored in Charleston for 35 years of service to the State of West Virginia, Fall, 2006.
8    Consult with Kim Roseberry (non-MU student) on word problems.
     Consulted on converting GRE scores with Dr. Sam Damron of Criminal Justice, Spring, 2011.
     Mentored Tom Cuchta and Tony Hernandez, 2010 & 2011.
     Wrote the high-school Math Relay questions for the 2011 WV State Math Field Day.
     Help in SCORES.
     Grading and writing a few problems in Math Competition.


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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: Yulia Dementieva

Rank: Associate Professor

Status (Check one): Full-time _X_ Part-time_ Adjunct _Current MU Faculty: Yes ___          No _X__

Highest Degree Earned: Ph D

Date Degree Received: 2001

Conferred by: Emory University

Area of Specialization: Mathematics

Professional Registration/Licensure: Not applicable             Agency: Not applicable

Years non-teaching experience                                               ____0____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                     ____0____
Years of employment at Marshall                                             ___9____
Years of employment in higher education                                     ____9___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                   ____4____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                                      Title                 Enrollment
2008 Summer       MTH 231                Calculus and Analytic Geometry III                6
                  MTH 670                Independent Study                                 1

2008 Fall         MTH 203                Business Calculus                                 17
                  MTH 445/545            Probability and Statistics I                      23

2009 Spring       MTH 446/546            Probability and Statistics II                     14
                  MTH 519                Forensic statistics                               19

2009 Summer       MTH 229                Calculus and Analytic Geometry I                  11

2009 Fall         MTH 120                Algebra                                           9
                  MTH 345                Applied Probability and Statistics                23

Spring 2010       MTH 440/635            Graph Theory and Combinatorics                    5
                  MTH 519                Forensic Statistics                               9


Dr. Dementieva left Marshall after the academic year 2009/10.

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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _John L. Drost________________________________ Rank: _Professor_________________

Status (Check one): Full-time _x___ Part-time_____ Adjunct _____                   Current MU Faculty: Yes x__
No ___

Highest Degree Earned: _____Ph. D.________________ Date Degree Received: __May 1983_______

Conferred by: ______University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida_________________________________

Area of Specialization: ___________Commutative algebra_____________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure ____n.a.________             Agency: ____n.a._______________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             __0______
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   __3______
Years of employment at Marshall                                           __25_____
Years of employment in higher education                                   __28_____
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ___10?_____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                                    Title                        Enrollment
2011 spring       MTH130                 College Algebra                                          29
2011 spring       MTH 220                Discrete Structures                                      22
2011 spring       MTH 452/552            Modern Algebra II                                        2 and 7
2011 spring       MTH 480/690            Coding Theory                                            3 and 5
2010 fall         MTH 220                Discrete Structures                                      17
                  MTH 130                College Algebra                                          28
                  MTH 450/550            Modern Algebra I                                         10 and 7
                  MTH 480/655            Number Theory                                            1 and 6
2010 spring       MTH 220                Discrete Math                                            29
                  MTH 449/549            Projective Geometry                                      11 and 2
                  MTH 480/690            Game Theory                                              2 and 13
                  MTH 582                Number Theory for Teachers                               4

2009 fall         MTH 448/548            Modern Geometries                                        10?
                  MTH 229H               Calculus I [Honors]                                      19?
                  MTH 331                Linear Algebra                                           14?
                  [MTH 220]              Independent Study in Discrete Math                       1
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NOTE: Part-time adjunct faculty do not need to fill in the remainder of this document.

1)      If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.


(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with
the most recent activities.)
2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.


2] Certified as a ‘critical thinking’ instructor, summer 2011
Attended workshop on Wimba [online, live classroom] fall, 2009
3] Poem appeared in anthology, Strange Attractors: Poems love and mathematics [A.K.Peters, 2008]
5] member Pi Mu Epsilon mathematics honor society 2006-11
8] wrote questions for, graded Marshall math competition 2006-11
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                                             Appendix II
                                          Faculty Data Sheet
                                        (Information for the period of this review)

Name: Norah Esty

Rank: Assistant Professor

Status (Check one): Full-time _X_ Part-time_ Adjunct _Current MU Faculty: Yes ___             No _X__

Highest Degree Earned: Ph D

Date Degree Received: 2005

Conferred by: University of California – Berkeley

Area of Specialization: Mathematics

Professional Registration/Licensure: Not applicable               Agency: Not applicable

Years non-teaching experience                                                ____0____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                      ____0____
Years of employment at Marshall                                              ___ 2____
Years of employment in higher education                                      ____2___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                    ____1____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester         Alpha Des. & No.                                   Title                  Enrollment
2006 Fall            MTH 230                Calculus and Analytic Geometry II                 22
                     MTH 300                Introduction to Higher Mathematics                21

2007 Spring          MTH 121                Concepts and Applications of Mathematics          18
                     MTH 229                Calculus and Analytic Geometry I                  15


             Dr. Esty left Marshall after the academic year 2006/07

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1)    If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.

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2)          Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)          Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)          Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)          Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
            state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
            chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)          Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)          Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)          Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                             Appendix II
                                          Faculty Data Sheet
                                        (Information for the period of this review)

Name: Duane Farnsworth              Rank: Visiting Assistant Professor

Status (Check one): Full-time _X_ Part-time_ Adjunct _Current MU Faculty: Yes ___             No _X__

Highest Degree Earned: Ph D
Date Degree Received: 2007
Conferred by: SUNY Buffalo
Area of Specialization: Mathematics
Professional Registration/Licensure: Not applicable               Agency: Not applicable

Years non-teaching experience                                                ____0____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                      ____0____
Years of employment at Marshall                                              ___4____
Years of employment in higher education                                      ____4___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                    ____4____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester         Alpha Des. & No.                                   Title                  Enrollment
2009 Fall            MTH 130                College Algebra                                   27
                     MTH 132                Precalculus with Scientific Applications          18
                     MTH 132                Precalculus with Scientific Applications          26
2010 Spring          MTH 122                Plane Trigonometry                                14
                     MTH 122                Plane Trigonometry                                12
                     MTH 229                Calculus and Analytic Geometry I                  16

2010 Fall            MTH 130                College Algebra                                   23
                     MTH 132                Precalculus with Scientific Applications          11
                     MTh 132                Precalculus with Scientific Applications          21

2011 Spring          MTH 127                College Algebra Expanded                          15
                     MTH 220                Discrete Structures                               12
                     MTH 329                Elementary Linear Algebra                         26


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1)    If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.

(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with
the most recent activities.)
2)          Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)          Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)          Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)          Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
            state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
            chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)          Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)          Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)          Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Alan Horwitz__________________ Rank: ___Associate Professor__________

Status (Check one): Full-time __x___ Part-time_____ Adjunct _____                  Current MU Faculty: Yes ___
No ___

Highest Degree Earned: _Ph.D.______________________ Date Degree Received: 12/88__________

Conferred by: ____State University of New York at Stony Brook___________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ Mathematics_______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ___2.5_____
Years of employment at Marshall                                           ___20_____
Years of employment in higher education                                   __25______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ___5_____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                                    Title                        Enrollment
2011/Spring       MTH132(201)            Pre-calculus                                             16
2011/Spring       MTH140(201)            Applied Calculus                                         13
2011/Spring       MTH230(201)            Calculus 2                                               11
2010/Fall         MTH140(105)            Applied Calculus                                         10
2010/Fall         MTH229(105)            Calculus 1                                               7
2010/Fall         MTH331(101)            Linear Algebra                                           18
2010/Spring       MTH127(201)            College Algebra-Expanded                                 7
2010/Spring       MTH230(203)            Calculus 2                                               7
2009/Fall         MTH121(116)            Quantitative Literacy                                    23
2009/Fall         MTH130(109)            College Algebra                                          26
2009/Fall         MTH229(105)            Calculus 1                                               13
2009/Fall         MTH443/643(101)        Numerical Analysis                                       4

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2)   Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
              n.a.
3)   Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
              n.a.
4)   Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
              n.a.
5)   Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
     state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
     chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
              n.a.
6.   Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
              n.a.
7)   Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
              n.a.
8)   Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                             Appendix II
                                          Faculty Data Sheet
                                        (Information for the period of this review)

Name: David Hyeon

Rank: Assistant Professor

Status (Check one): Full-time _X_ Part-time_ Adjunct _Current MU Faculty: Yes ___             No _X__

Highest Degree Earned: Ph D

Date Degree Received:

Conferred by:

Area of Specialization: Mathematics

Professional Registration/Licensure: Not applicable               Agency: Not applicable

Years non-teaching experience                                                ____NA____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                      ____NA____
Years of employment at Marshall                                              ____1____
Years of employment in higher education                                      ____NA___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                    ____1____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester         Alpha Des. & No.                                   Title                  Enrollment
2008 Fall            MTH 229                Calculus and analytic Geometry I                  25
                     MTH 229                Calculus and analytic Geometry I                  15

2009 Spring          MTH 203                Business Calculus                                 19
                     MTH 329                Elementary Linear Algebra                         26
                     MTH 331                Linear Algebra                                    1


Dr. Hyeon was at Marshall only for one year.

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1)    If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.

(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with
the most recent activities.)
2)          Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)          Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)          Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)          Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
            state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
            chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)          Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)          Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)          Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: __Basant____Karna_______________ Rank: ____Associate Professor_______

Status (Check one): Full-time _X__ Part-time___ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _X_ No __
Highest Degree Earned: __Ph._D.________ Date Degree Received: __2004_(Summer)______

Conferred by: ___Baylor University,__Waco,__Texas_______________

Area of Specialization: _Mathematics_(Ordinary Differential Equations)__________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ___0_____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ___3_____
Years of employment at Marshall                                           ___7_____
Years of employment in higher education                                   ___7_____
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ___5_____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

 Year/Semester       Alpha Des. & No.                               Title                      Enrollment
2009/Fall           MTH 300-101              Intro. To Higher Mathematics                      23
                    MTH 650-101              Real Variables I                                  4
2010/Spring         MTH 335-201              Differential Equations                            12
                    MTH 651-201              Real Variables II                                 4
2010/Summer III     MTH 132-601              Pre-Calculus with Science Applications            6
2010/Fall           MTH 130-104              College Algebra                                   27
                    MTH 229-102              Calculus with Analytic Geometry I                 17
2011/Spring         MTH 230-203              Calculus with Analytic Geometry II                15
                    MTH 231-201              Calculus with Analytic Geometry III               28
2011/Summer III     MTH 231-601              Calculus with Analytic Geometry IIII              11

1)      If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.

(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with
the most recent activities.)
2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
       -- Advised two graduate students for Master’s Thesis
       -- Master’s thesis committee member for seven graduate students
       -- Master’s Oral Exam committee Chair/member for three graduate students
       -- Served in various Mathematics Courses committee, Graduate Committee, and Colloquia
          Committee

3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
        1) Existence of positive solutions for multi-point boundary value problems, (with B.
          Lawrence) Electron. J. Qual. Theory Differ. Equ. 2007, No. 26, 11pp
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     2) An existence result for a multipoint boundary value problem on a time scale, (with B.
        Lawrence), Adv. Difference Equ, Art ID 63208, (2006), 8pp.
     3) Existence of Solutions for Multipoint Boundary Value Problems for Nth Order Differential
        Equations , (with J. Henderson, J. Davis, Q. Sheng, and C.C. Tisdell), Nonliear Studies 13,
        No.1, (2006), 15-21.

4)    Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
      The 26rd Annual Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations
     (SEARCDE), 2006, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, NC.
     Title: Existence of positive solutions for multi-point boundary value problems

5)    Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
      state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
      chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
     -- Attended American Mathematical Society Sectional Meeting, 2010, University of Kentucky
     -- Member of American Mathematical Society since 2000
     -- Refereed twenty papers for various refereed journals
     -- Reviewed sixteen papers for MathSciNet (American Mathematical Society)

6)   Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)   Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.

8)   Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
     -volunteered multiple times to take over classes to help out our colleagues in need.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: John Lancaster             Rank: Professor

Status (Check one): Full-time _X_ Part-time_ Adjunct _Current MU Faculty: Yes ___          No _X__

Highest Degree Earned: Ph D

Date Degree Received: 1971

Conferred by: Indiana University

Area of Specialization: Mathematics

Professional Registration/Licensure: Not applicable            Agency: Not applicable

Years non-teaching experience                                             ___0____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ___1____
Years of employment at Marshall                                           ___34____
Years of employment in higher education                                   ____35___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ____1/9____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                                   Title                  Enrollment
2006 Summer       MTH 230                Calculus and Analytic Geometry II                 12


      Dr. Lancaster retired from Marshall in the summer of 2006

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the most recent activities.)
2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                                                       Appendix II
                                                                  Faculty Data Sheet
                                                        (Information for the period of this review)

Name: ____Bonita A. Lawrence________________________ Rank: ____Professor________________

Status (Check one): Full-time___X__ Part-time_____ Adjunct _____                   Current MU Faculty: Yes _X__     No ___

Highest Degree Earned: _Ph.D._____________________ Date Degree Received: _May 1994________

Conferred by: _The University of Texas Arlington____________________________________________

Area of Specialization: __Mathematics / Differential Equations_________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________ Agency: _______________________________
Years non-teaching experience                                         ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                        ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                ___10___
Years of employment in higher education                        ___17___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review      ____5___

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught course, indicate each of them and what percentage
of the course you taught. For each course include the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                                          Title                                        Enrollment
   200901             MTH 335           Differential Equations                                                               8
   200901             MTH 670           Independent Study – Advanced Differential Equations                                  1
   200901             MTH 491           Senior Seminar                                                                       4
   200901             MTH 681           Thesis                                                                               1
   200902             MTH 485           Independent Study – Advanced Differential Equations                                  1
   200902             MTH 670           Independent Study – Topics in Differential Equations                                 1
   200902             MTH 300           Intro to Higher Mathematics (Team Taught with Dr. Ralph Oberste-Vorth 50%            19
   200902             MTH 491           Senior Seminar                                                                       7
   200902             MTH 681           Thesis                                                                               1
   201001             MTH 335           Differential Equations                                                               10
   201001             MTH 491           Senior Seminar                                                                       1
   201001             MTH 589           Teaching Assistant Seminar                                                           14
   201001             MTH 681           Thesis                                                                               2
   201002             MTH 616           Advanced Differential Equations                                                      5
   201002             MTH 416           Advanced Differential Equations                                                      6
   201002             MTH 491           Senior Seminar                                                                       1
   201002             MTH 300           Intro To Higher Math                                                                 15
   201002             MTH 589           Teaching Assistant Seminar                                                           13
   201002             MTH 681           Thesis                                                                               3

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1)      If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain. NA
2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
        Panel Membership
        Project Next Panel AMS Meeting, Meetings of the AMS and MAA, San Francisco, California, 2010.

Grants
   Travel Grant – Graduate Dean ($200.00) 2009.
        ADVANCE Mini Grant ($1000.00). 2009.
        Hedrick Teaching Innovation Grant ($4000.00), 2008.
        Summer Research Grant ($2000.00) Differential Analyzer Project, 2007
          MURC Grant – PI ($10,000.00) These funds are strictly for the construction of the Differential Analyzer, 2007.
          Marshall University Foundation Inc. – Team Member ($50,000.00) COS Grant for Collaboration
3)       Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
        "The Marshall Differential Analyzer: A Visual Interpretations of Mathematics”, Bonita Lawrence, Richard Merritt and Devon Tivener,
                    Proceedings of Undergraduate Mathematics Day, University of Dayton, 2010.
        Bridge to Abstract Mathematics, Ralph Oberste – Vorth, Bonita Lawrence and Aristides Mouzakitis, Self-published, 2009.
        The Marshall Differential Analyzer Project: A visual interpretation of dynamic equations (with C. Brooks, S. Keshavarzian (undergraduate
                    student)R. Merritt (undergraduate student)) Advances in Dynamical Systems and Applications (special issue dedicated to Prof.
                    Peterson’s 65th birthday), Vol. 3 No. 1, pp. -- (2008).
        E. Akin – Bohner, Z. Dosla, B. Lawrence. Oscillatory properties for three-dimensional dynamic systems, Nonlinear Analysis 69, pp. 483-
                    494, (2008).
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      J. Henderson and B. A. Lawrence, Existence of solutions for even ordered boundary value problems on a time scale, in Difference
                  Equations, Special Functions and Orthogonal Polynomials, S. Elaydi, J. Cushing,           R. Lasser, A. Ruffing, V. Papageorgiou,
                  W. Van Assche, eds., World Scientific, 2007, pp. 369-377
      B. Karna and B. A. Lawrence, Existence of Positive Solutions for Multi-Point Boundary Value Problems, Electronic Journal of Qualitative
                  Theory of Differential Equations (in press)
      B. A. Lawrence and R. W. Oberste-Vorth, Solutions of dynamic equations with varying time scales, in Difference Equations, Special
                  Functions and Orthogonal Polynomials, S. Elaydi, J. Cushing, R. Lasser, A. Ruffing, V. Papageorgiou, W. Van Assche, eds., World
                  Scientific, 2007, pp. 452-461
4)     Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
       Invited Lectures:
       International
      8th AIMS International Conference (Dresden, Germany), 2010.
      Winter Conference on Difference Equations, Homburg, Germany, January 2009.
      Equadiff 12, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic, July 20 -23, 2009.
      14th International Conference on Difference Equations and Applications, Istanbul, Turkey, July 21 – 25, 2008
      History and Philosophy of Science and Technology Department Colloquium, Victoria College, University of Toronto, June 2007
      Conference and School in Honor of Allan Peterson, Novacella, Italy, July 2007 (with Clayton Brooks)
      11th International Conference on Difference Meetings, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan, July 24 – 28, 2006. Two Presentations.
     National:
      Joint Meetings of the AMS and MAA, San Francisco, California, 2010.
      7th University of South Florida Interdisciplinary Workshop on Cancer and Hybrid Dynamic Systems, University of South Florida, Tampa,
        Florida, 2009.
      Undergraduate Mathematics Day, University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio, November 7, 2009.
      Rocky Mountain Mathematics Consortium: Recent Developments in Dynamic Equations on Time Scales, University of Wyoming, Laramie,
        WY, June 2009.
      Council on Undergraduate Research: “Poster’s on the Hill” Poster Session, Washington, D.C. Students Poster Selected April 2007
      The Joint Meetings of the AMS and MAA New Orleans, Louisiana, January 2007 (with E. Akin – Bohner and Z. Dosla)
      Joint Meetings of the AMS and MAA, San Antonio, Texas, January 12 – 15, 2006.
     Regional
      DA Talk in honor of Dr. Arthur Porter (Advance, N.C.) 2010.
      Two week Seminar for Iowans (Invited but held at Marshall),, 2010.
      Charleston Southern University Mathematics Colloquium, Charleston Southern University, Charleston, South Carolina, March 2008
      University Missouri – Rolla Mathematics Department Colloquium, University of Missouri – Rolla,October 13, 2006.
     Local/University/College/Department
          The Grand Opening of the Marshall Differential Analyzer, Frances Booth Experimental Theatre, Marshall University, Huntington, West
           Virginia, May 2, 2009..
      Fall Teaching Conference, Marshall University, August 2009, Plenary Speaker                Appalachian Association of Mathematics Teacher
           Educators (AAMTE) Conference, Marshall University, November 2007 (with Clayton Brooks)
      Marshall University Pi Mu Epsilon Honor Society Meeting, Marshall University, December 5, 2006.
      Sixteenth Annual Sigma Xi Research Day – Keynote Speaker, Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia, April 28, 2006.
      Marshall University Scholarship Reception, Marshall University, April 23, 2006

5)    Professional development activities
      Professional Organizations:
               American Mathematical Society - Member
               International Society of Difference Equations – Member
      Attendance at Professional Meetings:
               Joint Meetings of the AMS and MAA, San Francisco, California, 2010.
               8th AIMS International Conference (Dresden, Germany), 2010.
               Winter Conference on Difference Equations, Homburg, Germany, January 2009.
               Equadiff 12, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic, July, 2009.
               Rocky Mountain Mathematics Consortium: Recent Developments in Dynamic Equations on Time Scales, University of Wyoming,
                Laramie, WY, June 2009.
               7th University of South Florida Interdisciplinary Workshop on Cancer and Hybrid Dynamic Systems, 2009..
               Undergraduate Mathematics Day at the University of Dayton, University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio, November, 2009.
               14th International Conference on Difference Equations and Applications, Istanbul, Turkey, July 21 – 25, 2008
               AAMTE Conference, Marshall University, November, 2007
               Joint Meetings of the AMS and MAA, San Antonio, Texas, Jan 12 - 15, 2006
               11th International Conference on Difference Equations and Applications, Kyoto, Japan, 2006
      Organizing Meetings
               Conference and School in Honor of Allan Peterson, Novacella, Italy, July 2007, Scientific Committee
      7)        Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
               West Virginia Professor of the Year, Awarded 2010..
               The Charles E. Hedrick Outstanding Faculty Award, 2009.
               Marshall University Distinguished Artists and Scholars Award Team Award
               Rising Star of Marshall University, Herald Dispatch – April 2006
8)    Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
               Referred four Journal articles 2007 -2010.
               Academic Forum for Parents, 2007 – 2009
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _Rob-Roy Mace___________________________ Rank: ______Instructor______________

Status (Check one): Full-time __X___ Part-time_____ Adjunct _____ Current MU Faculty: Yes _X__
No ___

Highest Degree Earned: ______M.A.__________ Date Degree Received: December 2005______

Conferred by: __________Marshall University __________________________________________

Area of Specialization: _______Mathematics____________________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: ___________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ___0___
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ___1___
Years of employment at Marshall                                           ___5___
Years of employment in higher education                                   ___5___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 __ 5___

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.


Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                            Title                         Enrollment
2011/Spring       MTH 132                Precalculus with Science Applications             Full
2011/Spring       MTH 127                College Algebra-Expanded                          Full
2010/Fall
2010/Spring
2009/Fall

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1)      If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.

(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with
the most recent activities.)
2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.

        Project NExT (New Experiences in Teaching) – Upon being hired, attendance at this multi-day
conference each semester provided the opportunity to network/interface with other math instructors from
the area, thereby gaining fresh perspectives on pedagogy and classroom management.


3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).

        None.
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.

        None.
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5)   Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
     state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
     chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.

     Mathematical Association of America, Ohio Section - Attendance at Fall and Spring
     meetings upon being hired until last year provided the opportunity to join a committee – I took this
     opportunity to join ConCur (the committee on curriculum) and eventually became its chair. After
     chairing ConCur for a year, I was informed that I was not actually a dues-paying member of the
     MAA. With this information, and embarrassment, I gave up the chair and have yet to return to the
     meetings.

     AAMTE – Attendance at workshop held on Marshall’s campus.

     New Faculty Workshop – Weekly meetings discussing ways to create significant learning
     experiences.



6)   Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.

     None.

7)   Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.

     None.

8)   Community service as defined in the Greenbook.

     None.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: ____Tracy Marsh____________________________ Rank: ___Instructor___________________

Status (Check one): Full-time __X___ Part-time_____ Adjunct _____ Current MU Faculty: Yes _X__
No ___

Highest Degree Earned: ____Master of Science________ Date Degree Received: __May 2001_______

Conferred by: ______Marshall University__________________________________________________

Area of Specialization: ____Mathematics___________________________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ___3____
Years of employment at Marshall                                           ___7____
Years of employment in higher education                                   ___10___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ___1_?___

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                             Title                        Enrollment
2010 Fall         MTH 121 x4             Mathematical Concepts and Applications (CT)       ~128
2010 Spring       MTH 121 x2             Mathematical Concepts and Applications (CT)       ~64
2010 Spring       MTH 099 x2             Mathematics Skills II                             ~64



NOTE: Part-time adjunct faculty do not need to fill in the remainder of this document.

1)      If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.

(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with
the most recent activities.)
2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.

2) Working with the MTH 098 and 099 committee to improve these courses. Working with Mountain State
University as an Adjunct Professor to improve their on-line Basic Mathematics courses in Blackboard,
Blackboard Learn, and MyMathLab.
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3) I have signed a contract with an independent publisher to publish my MTH 121 CT notes for students if
I teach the class again or if anyone else wants to use the notes. Publishing requires demand, so the
publisher has the notes (instructor and student versions) but has not published them.
6) I teach on-line developmental classes for Mountain State University. These classes are mostly the
equivalent of MTH 098.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: ___Shannon Miller____________________________ Rank: ______Instructor_____________

Status (Check one): Full-time _X_ Part-time___ Adjunct ___                 Current MU Faculty: Yes _X_   No ___

Highest Degree Earned: ____Master of Arts_________ Date Degree Received: __June 2006______

Conferred by: ___Marshall University Graduate College_____________________________

Area of Specialization: ___Mathematics__________________________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ___4____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ___0____
Years of employment at Marshall                                           ___8____
Years of employment in higher education                                   ___8____
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ___5____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)
Year/Semester Alpha Des. & No.                                  Title                           Enrollment
Spring 2011       MTH 098 – 204           Mathematics Skills I                                 31
Spring 2011       MTH 099 – 203           Mathematics Skills II                                30
Spring 2011       MTH 099 – 209           Mathematics Skills II                                29
Fall 2010         MTH 098 – 104           Mathematics Skills I                                 31
Fall 2010         MTH 098 – 107           Mathematics Skills I                                 31
Fall 2010         MTH 099 – 102           Mathematics Skills II                                31
Fall 2010         MTH 099 – 103           Mathematics Skills II                                31
Fall 2010         MTH 099 – 104           Mathematics Skills II                                29
Summer 2010       WMTH 001                Mathematics Workshop I (Team Taught 50%)             13
Summer 2010       WMTH 002                Mathematics Workshop II (Team Taught 50%)            36
Spring 2010       UNI 101                 New Student Seminar                                  16
Spring 2010       WMTH 001 – 202          Mathematics Workshop I                               41
Spring 2010       WMTH 002 – 203          Mathematics Workshop II                              25
Spring 2010       WMTH 002 – 204          Mathematics Workshop II                              24
Spring 2010       WMTH 002 – 205          Mathematics Workshop II                              26
Spring 2010       WMTH 002 – 207          Mathematics Workshop II                              18
Spring 2010       WMTH 002 – 208          Mathematics Workshop II                              22
Fall 2009         UNI 101                 New Student Seminar                                  18
Fall 2009         WMTH 001 – 102          Mathematics Workshop I                               21
Fall 2009         WMTH 001 – 104          Mathematics Workshop I                               23
Fall 2009         WMTH 001 – 105          Mathematics Workshop I                               27
Fall 2009         WMTH 001 – 107          Mathematics Workshop I                               19
Fall 2009         WMTH 002 – 103          Mathematics Workshop II                              29
Fall 2009         WMTH 002 – 106          Mathematics Workshop II                              27
Fall 2009         WMTH 002 – 107          Mathematics Workshop II                              27
Fall 2009         WMTH 002 – 108          Mathematics Workshop II                              27
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1)      If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.
                 N/A
(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with
the most recent activities.)
2)     Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
               NExT Participant. June 2006 – May 2011. New Experiences in Teaching, or NExT, aided by Mathematical
                Association of America, is a semester conference for teachers in preliminary years of instruction addressing aspects of academic
                careers: improving the teaching and learning of mathematics, engaging in research and scholarship, and participating in professional
                activities.

               AAMTE Member. December 2001 – December 2008. Recruited by a colleague to join this teachers’
                group. Attended a workshop at the regional conference, enlightened by the up-to-date statistical information about the current state
                of mathematics education. Introduced to the newest calculator technology.

               CATL New Instructor Teacher Seminar. September 2006 – January 2007. The Center
                for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning held a workshop focusing on superior learning experiences for students in the
                classroom. Created courses using guidelines outlined in the book, “Creating Significant Learning Experiences: An integrated Approach
                to Designing College Courses,” by L. Dee Fink. The sessions closed with a complete peer critiqued course outline and sharpened skills
                for the assessment of student learning.

3)     Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
                N/A
4)     Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
                N/A
5)     Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
       state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
       chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.

               Faculty Advisor, Pi Mu Epsilon – WV Beta. September 2007 – Present. Dedicated to
                active student membership of this organization, I have coordinated Marshall University’s local chapter of the national mathematical
                honorary society, Pi Mu Epsilon. Along with general management of the group, I take students to mathematics conferences around the
                area, organize departmental student seminars, and sponsor club activities for all students.


               CONSACT Member. January 2007 – May 2011. As an active member of MAA and NExT, I was approached
                by coordinator to join Committee ON Section ACTivities, or CONSACT, which focuses on itinerary of MAA events including coordinating
                summer short courses.


6)     Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
               N/A
7)     Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
               N/A
8)     Community service as defined in the Greenbook.

               Member of MTH 098/099 Committee. Math. Dept. CoS. Summer 2010 - Present. As the
                developer and instructor of the preliminary course Math Workshop 001 and 002 for the University College, I developed the 098/099
                courses in the Mathematics Department. The development started in June, and I continue to improve the structure of these courses
                every semester.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: __Karen Mitchell______________________________ Rank: __Professor__________________

Status (Check one): Full-time __X__ Part-time___ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _X_          No ___

Highest Degree Earned: ____Ed.D._________________ Date Degree Received: _____1999_________

Conferred by: ___West Virginia University_________________________________________________

Area of Specialization: ____Mathematics Education_________________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   __7______
Years of employment at Marshall                                           __30______
Years of employment in higher education                                   __30______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 __5______

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                                   Title                  Enrollment
  Spring 2009           MTH 404                          Math Methods and Materials               6
  Spring 2009           MTH 405                            History of Mathematics                 7
  Spring 2009           MTH 449                              Projective Geometry                  4
  Spring 2009           MTH 549                              Projective Geometry                  3
  Spring 2009           MTH 580                        SpTp:Hist of Math for Teachers             11
 Summer I 2009          MTH 580                        SpTp: Modeling 1 for Teachers              7
   Fall 2009            MTH 401                          Structure Modern Geometry                14
   Fall 2009            MTH 581                         SpTp: Functions for Teachers              5
  Spring 2010           MTH 122                              Plane Trigonometry                   19
  Spring 2010           MTH 404                          Math Methods and Materials               5
  Spring 2010           MTH 581                        SpTp:History Math for Teachers             7
 Summer I 2010          MTH 580                                SpTp: Modeling I                   7
   Fall 2010            MTH 400                              Structure of Algebra                 10
   Fall 2010            MTH 401                          Structure Modern Geometry                1
   Fall 2010            MTH 448                              Modern Geometries                    6
   Fall 2010            MTH 500                              Structure of Algebra                 1
   Fall 2010            MTH 548                              Modern Geometries                    1
   Fall 2010            MTH 582                         SpTp: Functions for Teachers              7
   Fall 2010            MTH 585                               Independent Study                   1
  Spring 2011           MTH 404                          Math Methods and Materials               11
  Spring 2011           MTH 405                            History of Mathematics                 22
  Spring 2011           MTH 449                              Projective Geometry                  4
  Spring 2011           MTH 549                              Projective Geometry                  2
  Spring 2011           MTH 580                         SpTp: Geometry for Teachers               10
 Summer I 2011          MTH 581                                SpTp: Modeling III                 4
 Summer I 2011          MTH 585                               Independent Study                   1

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1)      If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.
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(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with
the most recent activities.)
2)        Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
2007-2010 Fall WAC Workshop; Cedar Lakes, WV
5/6-5/9/07 National Science Foundation Merit Review; Arlington, VA
6/6-6/7/08 TI-NSpire Calculator Workshop, Dallas, TX

3)        Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).

4)        Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
Considerations for Developing an Online Mathematics Methods Course for Middle and High School Preservice Students;
AMTE Tenth Annual Conference; January 27, 2006; Tampa, FL (National; Invited Address)
Dynamic Classroom Assessment; WV Higher Education Symposium; March 19, 2006; Huntington, WV (State)
Improving Classroom Questioning; Leadership Institute V; July 8, 2006; Charleston, WV
Place-based and the Rural Context; AMTE Eleventh Annual Conference; January 26, 2007; Irvine, CA (National)
Reading and Writing Strategies that Encourage Mathematics Learning; AAMTE Conference; November 3, 2007; Huntington,
WV (Regional)
Dynamic Classroom Assessment; WVDE Summer Leadership Institute; June 16, 2007; Charleston, WV (State)
Building Online Communities; MSP Joint Meeting; August 7, 2007; Oakhill, WV (State)
A History of Change; West Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Conference; March 14, 2008; Flatwoods, WV
(State)
Transition to Professionalism; HE Symposium ; August 4, 2008; Clarksburg, WV (State)
How to Create Paperless Tasks; West Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Conference; March 21, 2009;
Flatwoods, WV (State)
Why CAS?; T3 Conference; March 22, 2009; Flatwoods, WV (Regional)
Women in Leadership; Doctoral Seminar; March 14, 2009; Charleston, WV
Synchronous Communication; Doctoral Seminar; October 10, 2009; Charleston, WV
What is the impact of Collaborative Software on Math Instruction?; Virtual seminar presentation; August 4; national audience

5)        Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
          state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
          chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations

Executive Director of the Appalachian Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators
Co-PI and Management Team member of ACCLAIM
WV State Math Task Force member
AAMTE Board member
Leadership Committee of M3
Higher Education Symposium Planning Committee
Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE) conference committee

6)        Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
Making Mathematics Matter funded for $193,000 from 9/1-8/30/07 as a state-level MSP (Partners: Marshall University, RESA IV;
New River CTC)
Making Connections in Mathematics and Science funded for $193,000 from 9/1-8/30/08 as a state-level MSP (Partners: Marshall
University, RESA IV; New River CTC)
Making Connections in Mathematics and Science funded for $193,000 from 9/1/08-8/30/09 as a state-level MSP (Partners:
Marshall University, RESA IV; New River CTC)
5-Adult Alternate Certification Program funded for $40,000 by West Virginia Department of Education
 Making Connections in Mathematics and Science funded for $123,000 from 9/1/09-8/30/10 as a state-level MSP
 (Partners: Marshall University, RESA IV; New River CTC)
 5-Adult Alternate Certification Program for current teachers funded for $30,654.07 from 5/30/09-6/30/12 by West Virginia
 Department of Education
 Support Grant for 5-Adult Alternate Certification Program funded for $31,777 from 8/10/09-6/30/10 by the HEPC

7)        Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition
2010 Service to Mathematics Education Award presented by the West Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics

8)        Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
Higher Education consultant to WV Field Day Committee and RESA II Consortium
Marshall university Mathematics Competition Director
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: David Mitra

Rank: Visiting Assistant Professor

Status (Check one): Full-time _X_ Part-time_ Adjunct _Current MU Faculty: Yes ___          No _X__

Highest Degree Earned: Ph D

Date Degree Received: 2002

Conferred by: University of South Carolina

Area of Specialization: Mathematics

Professional Registration/Licensure: Not applicable            Agency: Not applicable

Years non-teaching experience                                             ____0____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ____4____
Years of employment at Marshall                                           ___3____
Years of employment in higher education                                   ____7___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ____1____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                                   Title                  Enrollment
2006 Fall         MTH 122                Plane Trigonometry                                25
                  MTH 127                College Algebra - Expanded                        30
                  MTH 127                College Algebra - Expanded                        25

2007 Spring       MTH 127                College Algebra - Expanded                        18
                  MTH 140                Applied Calculus                                  12
                  MTH 140                Applied Calculus                                  17


            Dr. Mitra left Marshall after the academic year 2006/07

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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: ____________W. Michael Morrison_____ Rank: _______Instructor________________

Status (Check one): Full-time _X_ Part-time___ Adjunct ___                 Current MU Faculty: Yes _X_    No ___

Highest Degree Earned: _____M.A. in Mathematics_____ Date Degree Received: _____05/10/2008___

Conferred by: ______Marshall University_______________________________________________

Area of Specialization: ___N/A___________________________________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           ___3____
Years of employment in higher education                                   ___3____
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ___3____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                               Title                           Enrollment
 Spring 2009           MTH 121                        Concepts and Applications                       20
 Spring 2009           MTH 121                        Concepts and Applications                       20
 Spring 2009           MTH 121                        Concepts and Applications                       18
 Spring 2009           MTH 225                           Introductory Statistics                      25
   Fall 2009           MTH 121                        Concepts and Applications                       28
   Fall 2009           MTH 121                        Concepts and Applications                       16
   Fall 2009           MTH 130                              College Algebra                           27
   Fall 2009           MTH 130                              College Algebra                           31
 Spring 2010           MTH 130                              College Algebra                           12
 Spring 2010           MTH 130                              College Algebra                           21
 Spring 2010           MTH 140                              Applied Calculus                          21
 Spring 2010           MTH 140                              Applied Calculus                          11
   Fall 2010           MTH 127                        College Algebra-Expanded                        31
   Fall 2010           MTH 127                        College Algebra-Expanded                        25
   Fall 2010           MTH 132                        Precalculus with Sci Applica                    14
 Spring 2011           MTH 127                        College Algebra-Expanded                        29
 Spring 2011           MTH 127                        College Algebra-Expanded                        28
  Summer II
                       MTH 127                         College Algebra-Expanded                          18
     2011
  Summer III
                       MTH 225                             Introductory Statistics                       13
     2011

NOTE: Part-time adjunct faculty do not need to fill in the remainder of this document.

1)      If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.

(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with
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the most recent activities.)
2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.

3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).

4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.

5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.

                Member of Mathematical Association of America, and American Mathematical Society

6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.

7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.

8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                                      Appendix II
                                                 Faculty Data Sheet
                                       (Information for the period of this review)

Name: ___Anna Mummert____________________________ Rank: __Assistant Professor_________

Status (Check one): Full-time __X__ Part-time____ Adjunct ____
Current MU Faculty: Yes _X__ No ___

Highest Degree Earned: ___Ph.D.___________________ Date Degree Received: __August 2006_____

Conferred by: ___Penn State____________________________________________________________

Area of Specialization: ____Mathematics___________________________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________          Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                    _0____
Years of employment other than Marshall                          _2____
Years of employment at Marshall                                  _3____
Years of employment in higher education                          _5____
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 _3____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught course, indicate
each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include the year and semester taught
(summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment. (Expand the table as necessary)

 Year/Semester       Alpha Des. & No.                                  Title                              Enrollment
2009 Fall           MTH 140                  Applied Calculus                                           24
2009 Fall           MTH 229                  Calculus 1 with Analytic Geometry                          19

2010 Spring         MTH 229                  Calculus 1 with Analytic Geometry                          16
2010 Spring         MTH 329                  Elementary Linear Algebra                                  26
2010 Fall           MTH 127                  College Algebra Expanded                                   29
2010 Fall           MTH 460 / 640            Complex Variables 1                                        3/8
2010 Spring         MTH 229                  Calculus 1 with Analytic Geometry                          13
2010 Spring         MTH 280 / BIO 280        Special Topics: Topics In Mathematial Biology              8 / 10
2010 Spring         MTH 461 / 641            Complex Variables 2                                        3/1


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1)       If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.

(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with the most
recent activities.)
2)       Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
              
                     th
                   5 Annual Charles Lloyd Writing Symposium: Designing a WAC course from learning goals to
                   designing assignments to low-stakes writing to learn support, April 2011.
                  Pat Logan Symposium of Scholars, Marshall University, March 2011.
                  Publish and Flourish Workshop by Tara Gray, June 2010.
                  MURC Grant Development Workshop, April 2010.
                  Giving and attending talks at the Marshall University Research Seminar.
                  Attending the Marshall University Teaching Seminar.
                  Attending the Marshall Univeristy Student Research Seminar.
                  Supervising undergraduate and graduate research projects.
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             Peer review of papers for mathematics journals.
             Peer review of textbooks for mathematics publishing companies.
             Fall Faculty Development Seminar, Fall 2008.
3)   Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
             “Modeling super-spreading events for infectious diseases: Case study SARS” Mkhatshwa and
              Mummert. IAENG International Journal of Applied Mathematics. 2011. Volume 41, Issue 2, pages
              82-88.
4)   Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
             “Get the news out loudly and quickly: Modeling the influence of the media on limiting infectious
              disease outbreaks” SIAM Applications of Dynamical Systems, May 2011.
             “Get the news out loudly and quickly: Modeling the influence of the media on limiting infectious
              disease outbreaks” Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 2011.
             Invited poster presentation at the Red Raider Minisymposium, October 2010.
            Contributed talk at the Ecological Society of America meeting, August 2010.
            Contributed joint talk with Bonita Lawrence at the Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 2010.
            Contributed talk at the Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 2010.
            Contributed poster at the Second International Conference on Mathematical Modeling and Analysis
             of Populations in Biological Systems, October 2009.
5)   Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and state,
     regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you chaired or
     participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
              Membership in professional organizations:
                   o American Mathematical Society.
                   o Association of Women in Mathematics.
                   o Mathematical Association of America.
                   o Society for Mathematical Biology.
              Attendance at professional meetings:
                   o Legacy of R L Moore Conference, Washington DC, June 2011.
                   o SIAM Applications of Dynamical Systems, Snowbird, UT, May 2011.
                   o Joint Mathematics Meetings , New Orleans, LA, January 2011.
                            th
                   o 10 Annual Red Raider Minisymposium on Mathematical Modeling in Population Biology,
                         October 2010.
                   o Ecological Society of America meeting, August 2010.
                   o SIAM Conference on the Life Sciences, July 2010.
                   o Workshop on Teaching Calculus, Capital University, OH, May 2010.
                   o AAMTE Conference, Huntington, WV, February 2010.
                   o Joint Mathematics Meetings , San Francisco, CA, January 2010.
                   o Second International Conference on Mathematical Modeling and Analysis of Populations
                         in Biological Systems, October 2009.
                   o RMMC on Time Scales, June 2009.
                   o SIAM Applications of Dynamical Systems, May 2009.
                   o AMS Southeast Section Meeting, April 2009.
6)   Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
          o I am a co-principle investigator on a NSF-UBM grant submitted February 2010. Funded for three
               years in October 2010. Total budget $236,659.
7)   Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)   Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
        o I wrote and graded questions for WV math field day, Spring 2011.
        o I assisted with Marshall’s Math Competition – breakfast and registration, Spring 2011.
        o I reviewed UBM fellowship applications, Spring 2011.
        o I judged the undergraduate poster session at the Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 8, 2011.
        o I helped set up tables, food, and drinks for Minds of Marshall Academic Festival, April 2010.
        o I assisted with SCORES, April 2010.
        o I assisted with Marshall Math Competition, May 2009.
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                                                Appendix II
                                             Faculty Data Sheet
                                          (Information for the period of this review)

Name: Carl Mummert                   Rank: Assistant Professor

Status (Check one): Full-time __X__ Part-time__ Adjunct __                      Current MU Faculty: Yes _X_   No ___

Highest Degree Earned: PhD           Date Degree Received: August 2005

Conferred by: Pennsylvania State University

Area of Specialization: Mathematical Logic

Professional Registration/Licensure N/A              Agency:

Years non-teaching experience                                                  ___0 ___
Years of employment other than Marshall                                        ___4 ___
Years of employment at Marshall                                                ___2 ___
Years of employment in higher education                                        ___6 ___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                      ___2 ___

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review.

 Year/Semester         Alpha Des. & No.                                     Title                       Enrollment
 Fall 2009            MTH 229                   Calculus I                                                     11
 Fall 2009            MTH 450                   Modern algebra 1                                                4
 Fall 2009            MTH 550                   Modern algebra 1                                                8
 Spring 2010          MTH 229                   Calculus 1                                                     12
 Spring 2010          MTH 452                   Modern algebra 2                                                4
 Spring 2010          MTH 552                   Modern algebra 2                                                8
 Fall 2010            MTH 231                   Calculus 3                                                     17
 Fall 2010            MTH 300                   Introduction to higher mathematics                             22
 Fall 2010            MTH 670                   Independent study: set theory                                   1
 Spring 2011          MTH 229                   Calculus 1                                                     10
 Spring 2011          MTH 485                   Independent study: COMAP modeling contest                       6
 Spring 2011          MTH 632                   Advanced topology                                               1

1)                If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.
N/A

2)                 Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
 Earned “critical thinking” and “writing intensive” teaching certifications from Marshall University
 Attended teaching-related conferences as listed in section 5
 Attended research conferences as listed in section 5
 Refereed papers and wrote reviews for Mathematical Reviews

3) Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
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 "Filters on computable posets." Steffen Lempp and Carl Mummert. Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic v. 47 n. 4,
  2006, pp. 479–485.
 Finite Fields and Applications. Gary Mullen and Carl Mummert. AMS Student Mathematical Library v. 41, 2007.
 "Reverse mathematics of MF spaces." Journal of Mathematical Logic v. 6 n. 2, 2007, pp. 203–232.
 "Subsystems of second-order arithmetic between WKL0 and RCA0." Archive for Mathematical Logic v. 47 n. 3,
  2008, pp. 205–210.
 "Topological aspects of poset spaces." Carl Mummert and Frank Stephan. Michigan Mathematical Journal v. 59,
  2010, pp. 3–24.
 "Stationary and convergent strategies in Choquet games." François G. Dorais and Carl Mummert. Fundamenta
  Mathematicae v. 209, 2010, pp. 59–79.
 "Reverse mathematics and uniformity in proofs without excluded middle." Jeffry L. Hirst and Carl Mummert. Notre
  Dame Journal of Formal Logic v. 52, 2011, pp. 149-162.

4) Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
 Invited talks
  o Reverse mathematics and one-point compactifications. Special session on computability theory, ASL annual
    meeting, Gainesville FL, March 2007.
  o Reverse mathematics and uniformity. Reverse Mathematics: Foundations and Applications, University of
    Chicago. November 2009.
 Contributed talks
  o Topological aspects of poset spaces. AMS/ASL Joint Meetings, San Diego, January 2008.
  o Reverse mathematics and uniformity. Special section on constructive mathematics, AMS sectional meeting,
    Boca Raton, November 2009.
  o Convergent and stationary strategies in Choquet games. ASL annual meeting, Washington DC, March 2010.

5) Professional development activities
 Professional organizations: American Mathematical Society (AMS), Association for Symbolic Logic (ASL),
        Mathematical Association of America (MAA)
 Joint Mathematics Meetings AMS/ASL/MAA, 2007, 2008, 2010.
 Legacy of RL Moore Conference. Panelist, 2009. Attended, 2011.
 ASL North American Annual Meeting, Washington DC, 2010.
 Ohio regional MAA meeting, Spring 2010, Fall 2011.
 AMS regional meeting, Boca Raton, 2009.

6) Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.

None

7) Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
 Awards
  o Western Carolina University College of Arts and Science Distinguished Alumni Award, 2010.
 Invitations to speak
  o Reverse mathematics, general topology, and MF spaces. Sendai Logic and Philosophy Seminar, Matsushima,
    Japan, February 2009. Two one-hour addresses.
  o Reverse mathematics, topology, and Choquet games. Logic seminar, U. Chicago, May 2010.
  o Reverse mathematics. Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Colloquium, Western Carolina
    University, March 2010.
  o The axiom of choice in mathematics and computability. Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
    Colloquium, Western Carolina University, October 2010.
  o Convergent and stationary strategies in Choquet games. UCLA Logic Colloquium, April 2009.

8) Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
 Marshall Math Competition, 2009. Proctored and graded exams.
 West Virginia Mathematics Field Day, 2011. Wrote questions and graded exams.
 Lose the Training Wheels, July 2011. Sponsored by MU Kinesiology Department. Volunteer.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: Ralph Oberste-Vorth

Rank: Professor

Status (Check one): Full-time _X_ Part-time_ Adjunct _Current MU Faculty: Yes ___          No _X__

Highest Degree Earned: Ph D

Date Degree Received: 1989

Conferred by: Cornell University

Area of Specialization: Mathematics

Professional Registration/Licensure: Not applicable            Agency: Not applicable

Years non-teaching experience                                             ____0____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ____13____
Years of employment at Marshall                                           ___ 9____
Years of employment in higher education                                   ____22___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ____5____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                                   Title                  Enrollment
2009 Fall         MTH 480/690            Dynamical Systems                                 11
2010 Spring       MTH 300                Introduction to Higher Mathematics                19

2010 Fall         MTH 427/527            Advanced Calculus I                               11

2011 Spring       MTH 300                Introduction to Higher Mathematics                15

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                                              Appendix II
                                           Faculty Data Sheet
                                         (Information for the period of this review)

Name: Charles Peele

Rank: Professor

Status (Check one): Full-time _X_ Part-time_ Adjunct _Current MU Faculty: Yes ___           No _X__

Highest Degree Earned: Ph D

Date Degree Received:

Conferred by: University of Cincinnati

Area of Specialization: Mathematics

Professional Registration/Licensure: Not applicable                Agency: Not applicable

Years non-teaching experience                                                 ____2____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                       ____3____
Years of employment at Marshall                                               ___41____
Years of employment in higher education                                       ___44___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                     ____2____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                                       Title              Enrollment
2006 Fall         MTH 123 (2 sections)       Selected Topics in College Algebra             18 + 29
                  MTH 203 (2 sections)       Business Calculus                              13 + 26

2007 Spring       MTH 123 (2 sections)       Selected Topics in College Algebra             12 + 8
                  MTH 203 (2 sections)       Business Calculus                              4 + 19

Summer 2007       MTH 203                    Business Calculus                              27

2007 Fall         MTH 123 (2 sections)       Selected Topics in College Algebra             20 + 17
                  MTH 203 (2 sections)       Business Calculus                              21 + 32

2008 Spring       MTH 123 (2 sections)       Selected Topics in College Algebra             11 + 24
                  MTH 203 (2 sections)       Business Calculus                              15 + 27

Summer 2008       MTH 203                    Business Calculus                              25

               Dr. Peele retired from Marshall after the academic year 2007/08


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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: __Evelyn Pupplo-Cody________________________ Rank: _Professor_____________

Status (Check one): Full-time __x__ Part-time_____ Adjunct _____                   Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__
No ___

Highest Degree Earned: ______Ph.D._________ Date Degree Received: ___May 1992_________

Conferred by: _______University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY_________

Area of Specialization: _____________Mathematics, Univalent Function Theory___________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ___5___
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ___9___
Years of employment at Marshall                                           ___23__
Years of employment in higher education                                   ___25__
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ____5__

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                              Title                               Enrollment
Fall 2009         MTH 120                Algebra                                                  9
                  MTH 121                Concepts and Applications                                30
                  MTH 121                Concepts and Applications                                25
                  MTH 121                Concepts and Applications (Web)                          27
                  MTH 130                College Algebra (Web)                                    25
Spring 2010       MTH 120                Algebra                                                  6
                  MTH 121                Concepts and Applications (Web)                          18
                  MTH 125                Finite Mathematics                                       23
                  MTH 130                College Algebra (Web)                                    17
Summer 2010       MTH 121                Concepts and Applications (Web)                          21
                  MTH 130                College Algebra (Web)                                    27
Fall 2010         MTH 121                Concepts and Applications (Web)                          20
                  MTH 130                College Algebra (Web)                                    22
Spring 2011       MTH 121                Concepts and Applications (Web)                          22
                  MTH 130                College Algebra (Web)                                    29
                  MTH 132                Precalculus with Science Applications (Web)              18
Summer 2011       MTH 121                Concepts and Applications (Web)                          26
                  MTH 130                College Algebra (Web)                                    33
                  MTH 132                Precalculus with Science Applications (Web)              11

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2)   Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.

     Designed and taught MTH 132 as an online class, 2010.
     Attended semester of training in First Year Seminar, 2010
                     th
     Attended the 28 International Conference (with preconference) on Critical Thinking at Berkeley,
     CA, from July 18 to July 24, 2008
     Worked as a consultant for the Ohio Board of Regents reviewing general education programs of
     private technical colleges during fall 2008
     Served on the Core Curriculum Summer Stipend Committee to develop critical thinking elements
     during summer 2009


3)   Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).

     Contributed to Insider's Guide for Using and Understanding Mathematics: A Quantitative
     Reasoning Approach, 5/E, 2010


4)   Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.


5)   Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
     state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
     chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.

     Member of MAA and AWM
     Attended the One and Several Complex Variables Conference honoring Ted Suffridge at the
                                                      ,
     University of Kentucky from May 8 through May 10 2008
     Attended the AMS/MAA meeting in San Diego in January 2008
     Attended the AMS/MAA meeting in New Orleans in January 2007
     Served on the WV Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Task Force that met on Nov. 8-10,
     2007.
     Served on a team that reviewed the mathematics program at Wayne Elementary School


6)   Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.

     WV Space Consortium NASA to develop and teach MTH 120 (Back on Track in Calculus)
     $20,000, 2009.

7)   Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.

     2007-08 Marshal and Shirley Reynolds Teacher of the Year Award

8)   Community service as defined in the Greenbook.

     Tutored mathematics for Tri-State Literacy
     Judge for WV Science Fair on Apr. 20, 2006
     Presented a talk to first graders at Central City Elementary School on symmetry in nature
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                                              Appendix II
                                           Faculty Data Sheet
                                         (Information for the period of this review)

Name: Andrew Pzerowski

Rank: Visiting Assistant Professor

Status (Check one): Full-time _X_ Part-time_ Adjunct _Current MU Faculty: Yes ___           No _X__

Highest Degree Earned: Ph D

Date Degree Received:

Conferred by: University of Chicago

Area of Specialization: Mathematics

Professional Registration/Licensure: Not applicable                Agency: Not applicable

Years non-teaching experience                                                 ____NA____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                       ____NA____
Years of employment at Marshall                                               ___ 2____
Years of employment in higher education                                       ____4___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                     ____2____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                                       Title              Enrollment
2006 Fall         MTH 121 (4 sections)       Concepts and Applications of Mathematics       105

2007 Spring       MTH 121                    Concepts and Applications of Mathematics       23
                  MTH 122 (3 sections)       Plane Trigonometry                             49

2007 Fall         MTH 121                    Concepts and Applications of Mathematics       27
                  MTH 122 (2 sections)       Plane Trigonometry                             35
                  MTH 203                    Business Calculus                              22

2008 Spring       MTH 121 (2 sections)       Concepts and Applications of Mathematics       26
                  MTH 203 (2 sections)       Business Calculus                              32


      Dr. Pzerowski left Marshall after the academic year 2007/08

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                                              Appendix II
                                         Faculty Data Sheet
                               (Information for the period of this review)
Name: __Dr. Gerald Rubin___________________ Rank: Professor___________________________

Status (Check one): Full-time__x___ Part-time__ Adjunct __ Current MU Faculty: Yes __x_            No ___

Highest Degree Earned: _Ph.D.________________ Date Degree Received: __1977_______________

Conferred by: ____George Washington Univ. ___________________________________

Area of Specialization: _Mathematical Statistics___________________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________          Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                                _____4___
Years of employment other than Marshall                                     _____4___
Years of employment at Marshall                                             _____34___
Years of employment in higher education                                     _____34___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                   _____5___

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught course, indicate each of them
and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include the year and semester taught (summer through spring),
course number, course title and enrollment. (Expand the table as necessary)

  Year/Semester          Alpha Des. & No.                                        Title                                   Enrollment
2011/Summer            MTH 229                     Calculus/Analytic Geometry                                       12

2011/Spring            MTH 140                     Applied Calculus                                                 14

2011/Spring            MTH 225                     Intro. Statistics                                                6

2011/Spring            MTH 122                     Plane Trigonometry                                               17

2011/Spring            MTH 446                     Prob. And Statistics II                                          11

2011/Spring            MTH 546                     Prob. And Statistics II                                          6

2010/Fall              MTH 140                     Applied Calculus                                                 13

2010/Fall              MTH 225                     Intro. Statistics                                                7

2010/Fall              MTH 122                     Plane Trigonometry                                               16

2010/Fall              MTH 445                     Prob. And Statistics I                                           13

2010/Fall              MTH 545                     Prob. And Statistics I                                           5

2010/Summer            MTH 229                     Calculus /Anal. Geom.                                            13

2010/Spring            MTH 345                     Applied Prob. And Stat.                                          12

2010/Spring            MTH 121                     Concepts and Applications.                                       6

2010/Spring            MTH 225                     Intro. Stat.                                                     10

2010/Spring            MTH 225                     Intro. Stat.                                                     10

2009/Fall              MTH 121                     Concepts and Appl.                                               15

2009/Fall              MTH 121                     Concepts and Appl.                                               15

2009/Fall              MTH 225                     Intro. Stat.                                                     8

2009/Fall              MTH 225                     Intro. Stat.                                                     6

2009/Summer            MTH 122                     Plane Trigonometry                                               11
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(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with the most recent
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2)       Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
                  n.a.
3)       Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
                  n.a.
4)       Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
                  n.a.
5)       Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
         state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
         chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
                  n.a.
7.       Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
                  n.a.
8)       Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
                  n.a.
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                                            Appendix II
                                         Faculty Data Sheet
                                       (Information for the period of this review)

Name: __Suman Sanyal_______________________ Rank: _Assistant Professor____________

Status (Check one): Full-time __X__ Part-time__ Adjunct _____Current MU Faculty: Yes _X__                           No
___

Highest Degree Earned: ____PhD________________ Date Degree Received: __May 2008_________

Conferred by: __Missouri University of Science and Technology________________________________

Area of Specialization: __Mathematics (Stochastic Dynamic Equation)__________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________                Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                               ___0____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                     ___1____
Years of employment at Marshall                                             ___2____
Years of employment in higher education                                     ___3____
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                   ___2____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

  Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                                  Title                                  Enrollment
2009/Fall         MTH132-103               Precalculus with Science Application, MTWRF 1:00-1:50        25
                                           PM, SH 511
2009/Fall         MTH132-104               Precalculus with Science Application, MW 6:30p-7:20 PM       15
                                           and TR 6:30-7:45 PM, SH 509
2009/Fall         MTH132-105               Precalculus with Science Application, MTWRF, 9:00-9:50       12
                                           PM, SH 334
2010/Spring       MTH130-206               College Algebra, TR 5:00-6:15 PM, SH 511                     9

2010/Spring       MTH225-203               Introductory Statistics, TR 12:30-1:45 PM, SH 513            24

2010/Spring       MTH225-205               Introductory Statistics, TR, 6:30-7:45 PM, SH 530            15

2010/Fall         MTH130-103               College Algebra, MWF 12:00-12:50 PM, SH 516                  26

2010/Fall         MTH130-109               College Algebra, MW 6:30-7:45 PM, SH 513                     24

2010/Fall         MTH130-111               College Algebra, TR 5:00-6:15 PM, SH 414                     26

2010/Fall         MTH140-103               Applied Calculus, TR 8:00-9:15 AM, SH 509                    21

2011/Spring       MTH140-203               Applied Calculus, MWF 2:00-2:50 PM, SH 514                   21

2011/Spring       MTH225-202               Introductory Statistics, TR 9:30-10:45 AM, SH 513            28

2011/Spring       MTH345-202               Applied Probability and Statistics, MWF 10:00-10:50 AM, SH   13
                                           334
2011/Spring       MTH428-201               Advanced Calculus II, TR 2:00-3:15 PM, SH 516                1

2011/Spring       MTH528-201               Advanced Calculus II, TR 2:00-3:15 PM, SH 516                5
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2)       Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.

         Ohio NExT Workshop at Ursuline College

3)       Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).

     1. Suman Sanyal. On Mean Square Stability of Ito-Volterra Dynamic Equation.
Nonlinear Dynamics and Systems Theory. 11 (1), 83-92, 2011.

    2. David Grow and Suman Sanyal. Brownian Motion indexed by a Time Scale. Stochastic
Analysis and Applications. 29: 457-472, 2011.

     3. Martin Bohner, V. Sree Hari Rao, and Suman Sanyal. Exponential Stability of Complex
        Valued Neural Networks on Time Scales. Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems,
        Volume 19, Numbers 1-2, 3-11, 2011.

    4. Martin Bohner and Suman Sanyal. The Stochastic Dynamic Exponential and Geometric
Brownian Motion on Isolated Time Scales. Commun. Math. Anal. 8 (2010), No. 3, pp.120-135.

4)       Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)       Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
         state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
         chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
1. 2011 Joint Mathematics Meeting, AMS Special Session on Time Scales: Theory and Applications, Mean Square Stability of Ito-
Volterra Dynamic Equation", New Orleans, LA.
2. 2010 Joint Mathematics Meeting, AMS Special Session on Applications of Time Scales to Biology, Economics, and Engineering,
Global Stability of Complex-Valued Neural Networks on Time Scales", San Francisco, California.
3. 2010 Joint Mathematics Meeting, NAM Granville-Brown-Hayes Session of Presentations by Recent Doctoral recipients in the
Mathematical Sciences, Brownian motion indexed by a time scale and its applications", San Francisco, California.

6)       Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)       Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.

1. Invited speaker at AMS 2011 Spring Southeastern Section Meeting, Parameter estimation of dynamic Langivin's equation",
Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, Georgia, March 12-13, 2011.

8)       Community service as defined in the Greenbook.

     1. SCORES 2010 & 2011
     2. Statistics Sub-Committee
     3. MTH 122, 127, 130 and 132 Course Committee
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                                        Faculty Data Sheet
                                      (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _Scott A. Sarra_______________________ Rank: __Professor____________________

Status (Check one): Full-time _X_ Part-time__ Adjunct _ Current MU Faculty: Yes X_ No __

Highest Degree Earned: ___Ph.D.________ Date Degree Received: _August 2002_____

Conferred by: ____West Virginia University________________________________________

Area of Specialization: ___Mathematics_________________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure ______NA______               Agency: _____NA____________

Years non-teaching experience                                              _ 5_____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                    _ 5______
Years of employment at Marshall                                            __10____
Years of employment in higher education                                    __11_____
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                  ___5_____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

 Year/Semester       Alpha Des. & No.                                  Title                    Enrollment
 Fall 2009                                 Sabbatical leave
 Spring 2010        MTH 121                Concepts and Applications                           24
                    MTH 230                Calculus 2                                          20
 Fall 2010          MTH 443/643            Numerical Analysis                                  9
                    MTH 230                Calculus 2                                          24
                    MTH 667                Numerical Partial Differential Equations            2
 Spring 2011        MTH 130                College Algebra                                     30
                    MTH 442/642            Numerical Linear Algebra                            12
                    MTH 681                Thesis                                              1

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2)       Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.

3)       Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).

     1. Digital Total Variation Filtering as Postprocessing for Pseudospectral Methods for Conservation
        Laws. Numerical Algorithms, vol. 41, p. 17-33, 2006.
     2. Digital Total Variation Filtering as postprocessing for Radial Basis Function Approximation
        Methods. Computers and Mathematics with Applications, vol. 52, p. 1119-1130, Sept. 2006.
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     3. Chebyshev Interpolation: an interactive tour. Journal of Online Mathematics and Applications,
         September 2006.
     4. A Numerical Study of the Accuracy and Stability of Symmetric and Asymmetric RBF Collocation
         methods for Hyperbolic PDEs. Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations, vol. 24, no.
         2, p. 670 - 686, 2008.
     5. A Pseudospectral Method with Edge Detection Free Postprocessing for 2d Hyperbolic Heat
         Transfer. Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B: Fundamentals, vol. 54, no. 1, 2008, p. 52-61.
     6. Edge Detection Free Postprocessing for Pseudospectral Approximations. Journal of Scientific
         Computing, vol. 51, no. 1, p. 49-61, 2009.
     7. A Random Variable Shape Parameter Strategy for Radial Basis Function Approximation Methods
         (with D. Sturgill). Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, vol. 33, p. 1239-1245, 2009.
     8. Multiquadric Radial Basis Function Approximation Methods for the Numerical Solution of Partial
         Differential Equations (with E. J. Kansa). Advances in Computational Mechanics, volume 2,
         2009. ISSN: 1940-5820
     9. Algorithm 899: The Matlab Postprocessing Toolkit. ACM Transactions on Mathematical
         Software, vol. 37, no. 1, 2010.
     10. A Linear System-Free Gaussian RBF Method for the Gross-Pitaevskii equation on unbounded
         domains. Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations. August 2010. DOI:
         10.1002/num.20623.



4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.

     1. Attended and gave an invited talk (Pseudospectral and Radial Basis Function Approximation
        Methods) at the 33rd SIAM Southeastern-Atlantic Section Annual Meeting. April, 2009.


5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.

     1. Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematicians (SIAM) - member



6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.

     1. National Science Foundation 1029239 UBM-Group: RUI: Undergraduate Mathematical
        Biology Research at Marshall University Marshall University. Awarded 09/06/2010; $239
        904 00.
     2. National Science Foundation Computational Mathematics basic research grant DMS-0609747,
        $73,132. Postprocessing High-Order Approximations of Discontinuous Functions: algorithms and
        software. June 15, 2006 to May 31, 2009.



7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.

     1. Gave invited talk (Topics in Radial Basis Functions Methods for Time-Dependent PDEs) at Brown
        University, Scientific Computing Seminar. October 27, 2006.


8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: __Peter Saveliev______________________________ Rank: ___Associate Professor_______

Status (Check one): Full-time _X___ Part-time_____ Adjunct _____                   Current MU Faculty: Yes _X__
No ___

Highest Degree Earned: __PhD_____________________ Date Degree Received: ___1999__________

Conferred by: ___University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign___________________________________

Area of Specialization: ___Mathematics_____________________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ___6____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ___9___
Years of employment at Marshall                                           ___9____
Years of employment in higher education                                   ___12___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ____5___

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                                    Title                        Enrollment
2011/spring       MTH 331                Linear algebra
2011/spring       MTH 225                Introductory statistics
2010/fall         MTH 691                Differential geometry
2010/ fall        MTH 229                Calculus with Analytic Geometry I
2010/spring       MTH 431/631            Topology II
2010/spring       MTH 428/528            Advanced Calculus II
2009/ fall        MTH 430/630            Topology I
2009/ fall        MTH 427/527            Advanced Calculus I

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1)      If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.

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the most recent activities.)
2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
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6)       Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)       Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)       Community service as defined in the Greenbook.


        Conferences and publications:
            o P. Saveliev, Robustness of topology of digital images and point clouds, Proceedings of 23rd
                 Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry, 2011, pp. 411-416.
            o P. Saveliev, A graph, non-tree representation of the topology of a gray scale image, in Image
                 Processing: Algorithms and Systems IX, edited by Jaakko T. Astola, Karen O. Egiazarian,
                 Proceedings of SPIE Vol. 7870 (SPIE, Bellingham, WA 2011) 78700O, O1-O19.
            o J. Meyer, A. Pahwa, and P. Saveliev, Image analysis for high content screening with cellAnalyst,
                 IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Bioengineering, June 2009.
            o P. Saveliev, Topology based method of segmentation of gray scale images, International
                 Conference on Image Processing, Computer Vision, and Pattern Recognition, pp. 620-626, 2009.
        Computational science training: summer NSF REU grant, 4 students’ projects, summers 2010 and 2011
            o An Evaluation of the Quality of Pixcavator Image-to-Image Search Engine by Misha Dowd;
            o Modeling Heat Transfer on Various Grids With Discrete Exterior Calculus by Julie Lang;
            o The Topology Of Data by Joseph Snyder;
            o 3D Image Analysis by James Molchanoff.

        Other activities
             o Computer Vision and Math: web site with 850 articles and 2100 illustrations; about 1000 daily
                  visitors.
             o Pixcavator: image analysis software for scientists, 25,000 downloads during 2010; 23 academic
                  papers.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _Stacy Scudder_______________________________ Rank: _Instructor__________________

Status (Check one): Full-time __X___ Part-time_____ Adjunct _____ Current MU Faculty: Yes _X__
No ___

Highest Degree Earned: _Masters____________________ Date Degree Received: 8/2008__________

Conferred by: __Marshall University_______________________________________________________

Area of Specialization: _Mathematics______________________________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           ________
Years of employment in higher education                                   ________
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                           Title                           Enrollment
                  MTH 125                Mathematical Thinking CT                                38
Spring 2011
                  MTH 121                Concepts and Applications of Mathematics CT             49
Fall 2010         MTH 121                Concepts and Applications of Mathematics CT             79
Spring 2010       MTH 121                Concepts and Applications of Mathematics                87
                  MTH 121                Concepts and Applications of Mathematics                86
Fall 2009
                  MTH 130                College Algebra                                         31

NOTE: Part-time adjunct faculty do not need to fill in the remainder of this document.

1)      If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.

(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with
the most recent activities.)
2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.

2) Critical Thinking Workshop – Fall 2010
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  New Faculty Development – Fall 2008
  Posters on the Hill as part of the Differential Analyzer team – April 2007


5) Professional Organizations:
   American Mathematical Society
   Mathematical Association of America
   Association of Women in Mathematics
   Fibonacci Association

  Conferences:
  Fall 2010 Ohio Section of MAA
  Spring 2008 Ohio Section of MAA
  Fall 2007 Ohio Section of MAA
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                                                        Appendix II
                               Faculty Data Sheet (Summer 2006 – Spring 2011)
              Name: ___Judith A. Silver___________________________ Rank: ___Professor__________________
             Status: Full-time __X__ Part-time_____ Adjunct _____              Current MU Faculty: Yes __X__     No _____

             Highest Degree Earned: _____Ph.D.______________ Date Degree Received: ___August 1988_______
             Conferred by: _____University of Kentucky__________________________________________________

             Area of Specialization: ______Partial Differential Equations_____________________________________

             Professional Registration/Licensure _Math Program Improvement Reviewer_              Agency: _WV Dept. of Ed.

          Years non-teaching experience                                                ___1_____
          Years of employment other than Marshall                                     ___4_____
          Years of employment at Marshall                                             __26_____
          Years of employment in higher education                                     __27_____
          Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                   ___5_____

                                  List courses you taught during the final two years of this review.

 Year/Semester           Alpha Des. & No.                                         Title                                Enrollment
     2009/Summer              MTH 491                                       Senior Seminar                                   1

      2009/Fall                IST 230                                   Analytical Methods III                              8

      2009/Fall               MTH 229                                 Calculus/Analytic Geometry I                           25

      2009/Fall               MTH 231                             Calculus/Analytic Geometry III                             25

      2009/Fall               UNI 101                                    New Student Seminar                                 19

     2010/Spring               IST 231                                   Analytical Methods IV                               4

     2010/Spring              MTH 130                                       College Algebra                                  17

     2010/Spring              MTH 415                                 Partial Differential Equations                         4

     2010/Spring              MTH 615                                 Partial Differential Equations                         6

     2010/Summer              MTH 581                                      SpTp: Modeling II                                 4

      2010/Fall              FYS 100H                                 First Year Seminar -- Honors                           21

      2010/Fall               HON 396                             Honors Seminar – Math & Art                                14

      2010/Fall                IST 230                                   Analytical Methods III                              11

     2011/Spring              FYS 100                                      First Year Seminar                                23

     2011/Spring              HON 291                                  Yeager Seminar II (40%)                               6

     2011/Spring              MTH 229                                 Calculus/Analytic Geometry I                           20
1)        If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain. (N/A)

2)        Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
          Developed an online course, CIME-658 Geometry for Math Educators (with Paula Lucas). Approved Spring 2011.
          Served as a member of Richard Merritt’s thesis committee. Summer 2011.
          Joined a faculty writing group, Fall 2010-Spring 2011.
          Served on the Marshall University General Education Council, 2009-2011.
          Prepared online lectures using Wimba for the Modeling II courses. (2010-2011)
          Served on 4 thesis committees. (2 in 2009, 1 in 2010, and 1 in 2011)
          Assisted with 4 capstone projects (2 in 2009, 2 in 2010)
          Taught an Honors Seminar for the first time in Fall 2010.
          Release time to develop a Yeager Seminar in Fall 2010.
          Release time to attend training to teach First Year Seminar classes, Spring 2010.
          Served as Interim Associate Dean, College of Science, May 15, 2008, to June 30,2009.
          Used STELLA software for the lab in IST 231 for the first time.
          Supervised 3 honors option students in MTH 132, Fall 2007.
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     Taught one independent study course in Spring, 2007.
     Prepared typed notes for MTH 449 to post on Blackboard, Spring 2007.
     Attended the following Marshall University faculty workshops: Faculty One Book Discussion (Mar 30, 2011), iPED:
               Inquiring Pedagogies (Sep 14, 2010), Visualizing Math with STELLA (May 18, 2010), The Diversity Round
               Table (Feb 19, 2010), Marshall University Tech Summit (Feb 3-4, 2010), Faculty One Book Discussion (Dec 9,
               2009), Fall Teaching Conference (Aug 18 & 19, 2009), UNI 101 Template Session (Aug11, 2009), CT and Core
               II Courses Presentation (May 5, 2009), Core Foundations presentation (Feb 17, 2009), Webinar on Students &
               Parents (Feb 4, 2009), Assessment Best Practices video conference (Jan 15, 2009), Digital Measures
               demonstration (Oct 30, 2008), Respondus demonstration (Sep 18, 2008), Balancing Work & Life (Apr 29,
               2008), Vista 4.2 demonstration (Mar 21, 2008), Using Clickers in the Classroom (Dec 10, 2007), How to
               Produce Beautiful Documents with LaTEX (Oct 19, 2007), One Book Marshall discussion session for UNI 101
               instructors (April 18, 2007), Assessment Day Keynote Speaker program (Apr 4, 2007), Student Learning
               Assessment workshop (Jan 17, 2007), MatLab Seminar (Oct 12, 2006), a meeting on how to use Respondus
               software to generate online exams (Sep 7, 2006), a meeting on how to teach UNI 101 (May 10, 2006), a
               training session on Arab/Muslim relations (May 12, 2006).
     Attended a Geometer’s Sketchpad workshop at the RESA II Building, Huntington WV, June 19 & 23, 2006.
     Used new textbooks in MTH 300 (twice), UNI 101 (twice), FYS 100 (twice), MTH 229, MTH 231, and MTH 415/515.
     Taught FYS 100, HON 291, HON 396, MTH 404, MTH 580/581, and UNI 101 for the first time.
     Incorporated Web-CT/Blackboard into all courses.
     Prepared online lectures using Wimba for the Modeling II courses. (2010-2011)
3)   Discipline-related books/papers published.
     10 GPS-UTM Modules. Mason County AMSPG Teacher Leadership Wiki and MU GIS website. 2007-2009
      “A Great Circle Metric”, West Virginia Academy of Science, Vol. 78, No. 2, July 2007. (Co-author with Erik Stokes)
4)   Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
     “A Geometry Based Math/Art Course with Studio Component”. MathFest. Lexington KY, August 5, 2011.
     “Art Applications in Projective Geometry”. Viewpoints Reunion Meeting. Lancaster PA, June 13, 2008.
5)   Professional development activities.
     Membership: Mathematics Association of America (2006-2011), Scientech (2007-2011), West Virginia Academy of
                Science (2007-2011), Appalachian Association of Mathematics Teacher/Educators (2010).
     Invited panelist: “Utilizing NSF ADVANCE to Promote the Success of Women Faculty in Mathematics”, Joint AMS/MAA
                Meetings, New Orleans, (Jan 8, 2011); and “Best Practices in Recruitment”, Advance Auburn, Auburn
                University (May 18, 2009).
     National meetings attended: Joint AMS/MAA Meetings, New Orleans (Jan 6-9, 2011); MathFest 2011, Lexington KY (Aug
                4-6, 2011); ADVANCE Auburn: SEM Transformation through “Small Wins” Workshop, Auburn University (May
                18-19, 2009); Viewpoints Reunion Meeting on Mathematics & Art, Lancaster PA (Jun 12-14, 2008); 7th Annual
                ADVANCE Principal Investigators Meeting in Alexandria VA (May 11-13, 2008).
     Regional meetings attended: The Appalachian Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators Conference, Marshall
                University (Feb 26-27, 2010); The Appalachian Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators Conference,
                Marshall University (Nov 2, 2007).
     State meetings attended: STAR Symposium, Marshall University (Sep 28, 2010); ADVANCE Review Meeting, Charleston
                WV (May 20, 2009); RESA II Teleconference (Dec 24, 2009); RESA II Math/Science Consortium Meeting (Dec
                17, 2009); RESA II Math/Science Consortium Meeting (Apr 30, 2008); Math Program Improvement Review
                meeting, Wingate Hotel, Charleston, WV (Nov 9, 2007); West Virginia Math Leadership Institute, Charleston
                Civic Center, West Virginia (May 13-15, 2007); Geometer’s Sketchpad workshop at the RESA II Building,
                Huntington WV (Jun 19 & 23, 2006).
6)   Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
     Co-PI on a $1,200,000 NSF Grant (Project ADVANCE), Two Year Renewal. August 2009.
     Co-PI on a $1,200,000 NSF Grant (Project ADVANCE). March 2007.
     $7000 grant from the West Virginia HEPC for Math Initiatives at Marshall University. September 2006.
7)   Invitations to speak in your area of expertise.
     “Transformational Geometry with Geometer’s Sketchpad”, MSPG Mini-Institute, RESA II, Huntington, April 19, 2007.
      “The Simplex Method”, Math/Science Partnership Institute, Radisson Hotel, Huntington WV, June 29, 2006.
     4 invited talks, Math/Science Partnership Institute, Radisson Hotel, Huntington WV, June 26, 2006.
      “A Geometry Proofkit”, Math/Science Partnership Summer Institute, RESA II, Huntington WV, June 19, 2006.

8)   Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
     Content Specialist for the Lewis, Summers, and Raleigh County CCLI Grant. 2009-2011.
     Assisted with SCORES Competition in 2010-2011. Assisted with the Marshall Mathematics Competition, 2007-2010.
     Reviewed the manuscript “The Duplication Formula Derived From the Normal Distribution” for Math Magazine. Fall 2010.
     Reviewed the book Applied Partial Differential Equations with Fourier Series and Boundary Value Problems. Fall 2010.
     Reviewed the manuscript “Plane Geometry and Complex Numbers” for Mathematics Magazine, Fall 2009. Reviewed
     College Geometry (Reynolds/Fenton) for John Wiley Publishing Co. March 2009. Served as a member of the RESA II
     Math/Science Consortium. 2006-2009. Lead Mathematician for the RESA II Math Partnership Grant, 2007-2009.
     Faculty advisor for Dilum Aluthge’s Science Fair project. Fall 2007-Spring 2008. Reviewed 12 junior college programs for
     the Ohio Board of Regents, Spring 2008. Member of the Wayne County District Leadership Team for Mathematics. 2008.
     Content Specialist for the Appalachian Math and Science Partnership Grant, 2007-8. Participant in the Putnam County
     Math Program Improvement Review, Fall 2007.        Refereed grant proposals for the Partnership Enhancement Program.
     Lexington KY, May 17 & 18, 2007. Member of the West Virginia Math Taskforce, 2006-2007.
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                                                 Appendix II
                                              Faculty Data Sheet
                                            (Information for the period of this review)

Name: Joungmin Song
Rank: Visiting Assistant Professor

Status (Check one): Full-time _X_ Part-time_ Adjunct _Current MU Faculty: Yes ___              No _X__
Highest Degree Earned: Ph D

Date Degree Received:

Conferred by:

Area of Specialization: Mathematics

Professional Registration/Licensure: Not applicable                   Agency: Not applicable

Years non-teaching experience                                                    ____NA____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                          ____NA____
Years of employment at Marshall                                                  ____2____
Years of employment in higher education                                          ____NA___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                        ____2____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester         Alpha Des. & No.                                       Title              Enrollment
2008 Fall            MTH 127 (3 sections)       College Algebra Expanded                       73

2009 Spring          MTH 127                    College Algebra Expanded                       15
                     MTH 230                    Calculus and Analytic Geometry II              17

Fall 2009            MTH 127 (2 sections)       College Algebra Expanded                       32
                     MTH 230                    Calculus and Analytic Geometry II              15

Spring 2010          MTH 121 (2 sections)       Concepts and Applications of Mathematics       16
                     MTH 230                    Calculus and Analytic Geometry II              21


Dr. Song left Marshall after the academic year 2009/10.
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1)    If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.

(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with
the most recent activities.)
2)          Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)          Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)          Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)          Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
            state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
            chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)          Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)          Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)          Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: ___Laura L. Stapleton_________________ Rank: ______Instructor__________________

Status (Check one): Full-time__X__ Part-time_____ Adjunct _____                    Current MU Faculty: Yes ___
No ___

Highest Degree Earned: _______MS___________ Date Degree Received: ____8/88__________

Conferred by: ________Marshall University________________________________________________

Area of Specialization: _______Mathematics and Computer Science____________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ___9_____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ___7_____
Years of employment at Marshall                                           ___14____
Years of employment in higher education                                   ___16_____
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ___ 3_____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                                    Title                        Enrollment
Fall 2009         WMTH001                Workshop Math I                                          21
                  WMTH001                Workshop Math I                                          23
                  WMTH001                Workshop Math I                                          22
                  WMTH001                Workshop Math I                                          24
                  WMTH 002               Workshop Math II                                         30
                  WMTH002                Workshop Math II                                         24
                  WMTH002                Workshop Math II                                         26
                  WMTH002                Workshop Math II                                         27
Spring 2010       WMTH 001               Workshop Math I                                          23
                  WMTH 001               Workshop Math I                                          28
                  WMTH 002               Workshop Math II                                         24
                  WMTH 002               Workshop Math II                                         27
                  WMTH 002               Workshop Math II                                         26
                  WMTH 002               Workshop Math II                                         10
Summer 2010       WMTH 001               Workshop Math I – 50%                                    13
                  WMTH 002               Workshop Math II – 50%                                   36
Fall 2010         MTH 098-106            Mathematics Skills I                                     29
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                 MTH 098               Mathematics Skills I                                24
                 MTH 098               Mathematics Skills I                                25
                 MTH 099               Mathematics Skills II                               23
                 MTH 099               Mathematics Skills II                               27
Spring 2011      MTH 098               Mathematics Skills I                                27
                 MTH 099               Mathematics Skills II                               30
                 MTH 099               Mathematics Skills II                               31

NOTE: Part-time adjunct faculty do not need to fill in the remainder of this document.

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(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with
the most recent activities.)
2)     Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)     Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)     Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)     Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
       state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
       chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
                Member of American Mathematical Society
                Member of Pi Mu Epsilon

6)     Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)     Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)     Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
               Serve on the Faculty Development Committee – University Committee
               Serve on the MTH 098/099 Committee – Department Committee
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _Kusum Subedi                               Rank: Instructor

Status (Check one): Full-time X Part-time_____ Adjunct _____
Current MU Faculty: Yes X       No ___

Highest Degree Earned: Masters in Mathematics             Date Degree Received: May 2003

Conferred by: The University of Toledo, Toledo, OH
Area of Specialization: Applied Mathematics

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   5 years
Years of employment at Marshall                                           5 years
Years of employment in higher education                                   5 years
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 2 years

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                                    Title                 Enrollment
Spring 2011       MTH 130-202            College Algebra                                   15
Spring 2011       MTH 127-201            College Algebra Expanded Version                  24
Spring 2011       MTH 099-216            Mathematical Skills                               25
Fall 2010         MTH 127-101            College Algebra Expanded Version                  25
Fall 2010         MTH 127-103            College Algebra Expanded Version                  27
Fall 2010         MTH 122-101            Plane Trigonometry                                23
Spring 2010       MTH 127-203            College Algebra Expanded Version                  27
Spring 2010       MTH 122-203            Plane Trigonometry                                19
Spring 2010       MTH 122-204            Plane Trigonometry                                13
Fall 2009         MTH 127-101            College Algebra Expanded Version                  24
Fall 2009         MTH 127-104            College Algebra Expanded Version                  25
Fall 2009         MTH 122-204            Plane Trigonometry                                10



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2)   Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)   Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).

4)   Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.

5)   Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
     state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
     chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.

6)   Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.

7)   Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.

8)   Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                             Appendix II
                                          Faculty Data Sheet
                                        (Information for the period of this review)

Name: Wayne Tabor                                       Rank: Visiting Assistant Professor

Status (Check one): Full-time _X_ Part-time_ Adjunct _Current MU Faculty: Yes ___             No _X__

Highest Degree Earned: Ph D

Date Degree Received: 2002

Conferred by: Washington State University

Area of Specialization: Mathematics

Professional Registration/Licensure: Not applicable               Agency: Not applicable

Years non-teaching experience                                                ____0____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                      ____1____
Years of employment at Marshall                                              ___3____
Years of employment in higher education                                      ____4___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                    ____1____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester         Alpha Des. & No.                                   Title                  Enrollment
2006 Fall            MTH 121                Concepts and Applications                         14
                     MTH 127                College Algebra - Expanded                        23
                     MTH 127                College Algebra - Expanded                        25
2007 Spring          MTH 121                Concepts and Applications of Mathematics          18
                     MTH 121                Concepts and Applications of Mathematics          12
                     MTH 127                College Algebra - Expanded                        17

            Dr. Tabor left Marshall after the academic year 2006/07

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2)          Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)          Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)          Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)          Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
            state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
            chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)          Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)          Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)          Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: ________Devon Tivener_________________________ Rank: ______Instructor_____________

Status (Check one): Full-time__X___ Part-time_____ Adjunct _____                   Current MU Faculty: Yes _X__
No ___

Highest Degree Earned: ___M.A. Mathematics_________ Date Degree Received: __August 2010_____

Conferred by: _____Marshall University_____________________________________________

Area of Specialization: ______N/A________________________________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           ___1_____
Years of employment in higher education                                   ___1_____
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ___1_____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                                    Title                        Enrollment
Fall 2010         MTH 098-105            Mathematics Skills I                                     30
Fall 2010         MTH 098-109            Mathematics Skills I                                     23
Fall 2010         MTH 099-105            Mathematics Skills II                                    27
Fall 2010         MTH 099-109            Mathematics Skills II                                    29
Fall 2010         MTH 099-110            Mathematics Skills II                                    32
Spring 2011       MTH 099-204            Mathematics Skills II                                    31
Spring 2011       MTH 099-203            Mathematics Skills II                                    28
Spring 2011       MTH 099-212            Mathematics Skills II                                    29
Summer II         MTH 098-501            Mathematics Skills I                                     13
2011

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2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
                 N/A
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
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              N/A
5)   Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
     state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
     chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
              N/A
6)   Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
              N/A
7)   Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
              N/A
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                                              Appendix II
                                           Faculty Data Sheet
                                         (Information for the period of this review)

Name: Xianggian Zhou

Rank: Assistant Professor

Status (Check one): Full-time _X_ Part-time_ Adjunct _Current MU Faculty: Yes ___             No _X__

Highest Degree Earned: Ph.D.

Date Degree Received:

Conferred by:

Area of Specialization: Mathematics

Professional Registration/Licensure: Not applicable                Agency: Not applicable

Years non-teaching experience                                                 ____0____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                       ____0____
Years of employment at Marshall                                               ___1____
Years of employment in higher education                                       ____1___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                     ____1____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester         Alpha Des. & No.                                    Title                 Enrollment
2007 Fall             MTH 230                Calculus and Analytic Geometry II                13
                      MTH 231                Calculus and Analytic Geometry III               13

2008 Spring           MTH 127                College Algebra - Expanded                       19


Dr. Zhou was at Marshall only for one year.

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2)          Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)          Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)          Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)          Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
            state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
            chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)          Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)          Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)          Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Mildred Aluise__________ Rank: __Part-time faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time ___ Part-time _x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__          No __

Highest Degree Earned: _._____________________ Date Degree Received: ________

Conferred by: ____________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                                   Title                  Enrollment

Ms. Aluise did not teach at Marshall during the last two years. But she taught at least one semester
during the review period.




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2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Nicholas Bedway______________ Rank: __Part-Time Faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time___ Part-time __x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__           No __

Highest Degree Earned: _.M.A.______________________ Date Degree Received: _____1991_____

Conferred by: ____ Marshall University___________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ____Mathematics___________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                           Title                          Enrollment
Fall 2009         MTH 127                College Algebra-expanded                          11
Spring 2010       MTH 127                College Algebra-expanded                          7
Fall 2010         MTH 127                College Algebra-expanded                          16
Spring 2011       MTH 127                College Algebra-expanded                          13
                  MTH 225                Introductory Statistics                           8

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3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                                  Appendix II
                                               Faculty Data Sheet
                                             (Information for the period of this review)

Name: Joel Better

Rank: Visiting Assistant Professor

Status (Check one): Full-time _X_ Part-time_ Adjunct _Current MU Faculty: Yes ___               No _X__

Highest Degree Earned: Ph D

Date Degree Received:

Conferred by:

Area of Specialization: Mathematics

Professional Registration/Licensure: Not applicable                    Agency: Not applicable

Years non-teaching experience                                                     ____NA____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                           ____NA____
Years of employment at Marshall                                                   ____1/2____
Years of employment in higher education                                           ____NA___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                         ____1/2____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester         Alpha Des. & No.                                        Title              Enrollment
2006 Fall             MTH 123 (3 sections)       Selected Topics in College Algebra             27
                      MTH 132                    Precalculus with Scientific Applications       28

Dr. Better was at Marshall for only one semester.

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2)          Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)          Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)          Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)          Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
            state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
            chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)          Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)          Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)          Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Melissa Bledsoe__________ Rank: __Part-Time Faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time___ Part-time __x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__           No __

Highest Degree Earned: _._M.A._____________________ Date Degree Received: __2002________

Conferred by: __Marshall University____________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                                    Title                    Enrollment
2009 Summer       MTH 225                Introductory Statistics                           7




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4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Catherine Camp__________ Rank: __Part-time faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time ___ Part-time _x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__          No __

Highest Degree Earned: _._____________________ Date Degree Received: ________

Conferred by: ____________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                                   Title                  Enrollment

Ms. Camp did not teach at Marshall during the last two years. But she taught at least one semester during
the review period.




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the most recent activities.)
2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Janice Clay__________ Rank: __Part-Time Faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time___ Part-time __x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__           No __

Highest Degree Earned: _.______________________ Date Degree Received: __________

Conferred by: _______________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                                    Title                    Enrollment
Summer 2009       MTH 122                Plane Trigonometry                                5
Fall 2010         MTH 401                Structure of modern Geometry                      9
Spring 2011       MTH 404                Mathematical Methods and Materials                6




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2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Karen Curnutte__________ Rank: __Part-Time Faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time___ Part-time __x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__           No __

Highest Degree Earned: _.______________________ Date Degree Received: __________

Conferred by: _______________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                           Title                             Enrollment
Spring 2010       MTH 127                College Algebra-Expanded                          5
Fall 2010         MTH 127                College Algebra-Expanded                          11
Spring 2011       MTH 127                College Algebra-Expanded                          5




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2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Laurel Ferguson__________ Rank: __Part-Time Faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time___ Part-time __x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__           No __

Highest Degree Earned: _._____________________ Date Degree Received: ________

Conferred by: ____________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                                    Title                    Enrollment
2009 Summer       MTH 140                Applied Calculus                                  5




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2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
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7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Linda Grose__________ Rank: __Part-Time Faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time___ Part-time __x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__           No __

Highest Degree Earned: _.______________________ Date Degree Received: __________

Conferred by: _______________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                           Title                          Enrollment
Fall 2009         MTH 127                College Algebra-expanded                          14
Fall 2010         MTH 127                College Algebra-expanded                          15




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        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
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7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Linda Hamilton__________ Rank: __Part-time faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time ___ Part-time _x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__          No __

Highest Degree Earned: _._____________________ Date Degree Received: ________

Conferred by: __________ __________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                                   Title                  Enrollment

Ms. Hamilton did not teach at Marshall during the last two years. But she taught at least one semester
during the review period.




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4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
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7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Vincent Hill__________ Rank: __Part-Time Faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time___ Part-time __x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__           No __

Highest Degree Earned: _.______________________ Date Degree Received: __________

Conferred by: _______________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                                    Title                 Enrollment
Fall 2010         MTH 098                Mathematical Skills I                             26
Fall 2010         MTH 099                Mathematical Skills II                            20




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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Inyoung Kim-Shin__________ Rank: __Part-time faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time ___ Part-time _x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__          No __

Highest Degree Earned: _.__Ph D___________________ Date Degree Received: __1995______

Conferred by: __________Ohio State University__________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                                   Title                  Enrollment

Dr. Kim-Shin did not teach at Marshall during the last two years. But she taught at least one semester
during the review period.




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7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Greg Kuhn__________ Rank: __Instructor_____

Status (Check one): Full-time _X__ Part-time ___ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__           No __

Highest Degree Earned: _._____________________ Date Degree Received: ________

Conferred by: ____________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                                   Title                  Enrollment

Mr. Kuhn did not teach at Marshall during the last two years. But he taught full-time during the academic
year 2007/08




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        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
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8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Larry Lamb__________ Rank: __Part-time faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time ___ Part-time _x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__          No __

Highest Degree Earned: _._____________________ Date Degree Received: ________

Conferred by: __________ __________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                                   Title                  Enrollment

Mr. Lamb did not teach at Marshall during the last two years. But he taught at least one semester during
the review period.




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4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
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        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Jeanne Leadman__________ Rank: __Part-Time Faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time___ Part-time __x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__           No __

Highest Degree Earned: _.______________________ Date Degree Received: __________

Conferred by: _______________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                                    Title                 Enrollment
Fall 2010         MTH 098                Mathematical Skills I                             10
Fall 2010         MTH 099                Mathematical Skills II                            3
Spring 2011       MTH 099                Mathematical Skills II                            12




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3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Bradley Markins ______________ Rank: __Part-Time Faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time___ Part-time __x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__           No __

Highest Degree Earned: _.M.S.______________________ Date Degree Received: _____1994_____

Conferred by: ____ Ohio University___________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ____Mathematics___________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                                    Title                 Enrollment
Spring 2011       MTH 122                Plane Trigonometry                                25




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4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Francis Martin__________ Rank: __Part-time faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time ___ Part-time _x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__          No __

Highest Degree Earned: _._____________________ Date Degree Received: ________

Conferred by: __________ __________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                                   Title                  Enrollment

Ms. Martin did not teach at Marshall during the last two years. But she taught at least one semester
during the review period.




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3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Arthur Maynard______________ Rank: __Part-Time Faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time___ Part-time __x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__           No __

Highest Degree Earned: _.______________________ Date Degree Received: __________

Conferred by: _______________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                            Title                            Enrollment
Spring 2010       MTH 329                Elementary Linear Algebra                         8
Summer 2010       MTH 220                Discrete Structures                               7
                  MTH 225                Introductory Statistics                           4




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3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Mary McClure__________ Rank: __Part-Time Faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time___ Part-time __x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__           No __

Highest Degree Earned: _.______________________ Date Degree Received: __________

Conferred by: _______________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                           Title                             Enrollment
Fall 2009         MTH 121                Concepts and Applications of Mathematics          1
Spring 2010       MTH 127                College Algebra-expanded                          11
Fall 2010         MTH 121                Concepts and Applications of Mathematics          2




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the most recent activities.)
2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________James McGinnis__________ Rank: __Part-Time Faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time___ Part-time __x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__           No __

Highest Degree Earned: _._____________________ Date Degree Received: ________

Conferred by: ____________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                                   Title                  Enrollment

Mr. McGinnis did not teach at Marshall during the last two years. But he taught at least one semester
during the review period.




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2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Daniel McKneely__________ Rank: __Part-Time Faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time___ Part-time __x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__           No __

Highest Degree Earned: _._____________________ Date Degree Received: ________

Conferred by: ____________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                                   Title                  Enrollment

Mr. McKneely did not teach at Marshall during the last two years. But he taught at least one semester
during the review period.




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2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Claudia Moody__________ Rank: __Part-Time Faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time___ Part-time __x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__           No __

Highest Degree Earned: _.______________________ Date Degree Received: __________

Conferred by: _______________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                           Title                             Enrollment
Fall 2009         MTH 121                Concepts and Applications of Mathematics          4




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2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Kim Moore__________ Rank: __Part-Time Faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time___ Part-time __x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__             No __

Highest Degree Earned: _._____________________ Date Degree Received: ________

Conferred by: ____________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                                   Title                  Enrollment

Ms. Moore did not teach at Marshall during the last two years. But she taught at least one semester
during the review period.




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2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
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        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
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7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Danny Mullins__________ Rank: __Part-Time Faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time___ Part-time __x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__           No __

Highest Degree Earned: _.______________________ Date Degree Received: __________

Conferred by: _______________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                                    Title                    Enrollment
Spring 2011       MTH 099                Mathematical Skills I                             3
Spring 2011       MTH 121                Concepts and Applications of Mathematics          3




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3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
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7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Jack Pullen__________ Rank: __Part-Time Faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time___ Part-time __x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__           No __

Highest Degree Earned: _.______________________ Date Degree Received: __________

Conferred by: _______________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                           Title                          Enrollment
Spring 2011       MTH 127                College Algebra-Expanded                          12




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        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
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7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Anne Ray__________ Rank: __Part-time faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time ___ Part-time _x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__          No __

Highest Degree Earned: _._____________________ Date Degree Received: ________

Conferred by: ____________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                                   Title                  Enrollment

Ms. Ray did not teach at Marshall during the last two years. But she taught at least one semester during
the review period.




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4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
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        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
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7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Alice Taylor__________ Rank: __Part-time faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time ___ Part-time _x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__          No __

Highest Degree Earned: _._____________________ Date Degree Received: ________

Conferred by: ____________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                                   Title                  Enrollment

Ms. Taylor did not teach at Marshall during the last two years. But she taught at least one semester
during the review period.




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4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Kenneth Thomas__________ Rank: __Part-Time Faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time___ Part-time __x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__           No __

Highest Degree Earned: _.______________________ Date Degree Received: __________

Conferred by: _______________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                                    Title                    Enrollment
Spring 2011       MTH 400                Structure of Algebra                              6




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5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
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7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                          Appendix II
                                       Faculty Data Sheet
                                     (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Trena Wise__________ Rank: __Part-Time Faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time___ Part-time __x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__           No __

Highest Degree Earned: _.______________________ Date Degree Received: __________

Conferred by: _______________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ ______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________              Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                             ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                   ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           _______
Years of employment in higher education                                   _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                 ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester     Alpha Des. & No.                           Title                             Enrollment
Spring 2010       MTH 121                Concepts and Applications of Mathematics          2
Fall 2010         MTH 127                College Algebra-Expanded                          5
Spring 2011       MTH 127                College Algebra-Expanded                          13




NOTE: Part-time adjunct faculty do not need to fill in the remainder of this document.

1)      If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.

(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with
the most recent activities.)
2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                              Appendix II
                                           Faculty Data Sheet
                                         (Information for the period of this review)

Name: _____________Mary Wolfe__________________ Rank: __Part-Time Faculty_____

Status (Check one): Full-time___ Part-time __x__ Adjunct ___ Current MU Faculty: Yes _x__             No __

Highest Degree Earned: _.______________________ Date Degree Received: __________

Conferred by: ____ ___________________________

Area of Specialization: ____ _______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________                  Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                                 ________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                       ________
Years of employment at Marshall                                               _______
Years of employment in higher education                                       _______
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                     ________

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught
course, indicate each of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include
the year and semester taught (summer through spring), course number, course title and enrollment.
(Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester      Alpha Des. & No.                              Title                          Enrollment
Fall 2009         MTH 121 (2 sections)       Concepts and Applications of Mathematics          28
Spring 2010       MTH 121                    Concepts and Applications of Mathematics          21
Fall 2010         MTH 121 (2 sections)       Concepts and Applications of Mathematics          12
Spring 2011       MTH 098                    Mathematical Skills I                             14
                  MTH 099                    Mathematical Skills II                            20
                  MTH 125                    Mathematical Thinking                             13

NOTE: Part-time adjunct faculty do not need to fill in the remainder of this document.

1)      If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.

(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with
the most recent activities.)
2)      Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)      Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)      Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)      Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and
        state, regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you
        chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
6)      Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)      Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)      Community service as defined in the Greenbook.
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                                                            Appendix IIa
                                                     Teaching Assistant Data Sheet
                           Course                                             Year 1         Year 2         Year 3         Year 4           Year 5
         GTA Name                                  Course Name
                           No.                                              2006- 2007     2007- 2008     2008- 2009     2009-2010        2010-2011
                                                                            Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa     Sp   Su   Fa   Sp
Diana Fisher                  121      Concepts & Applications (CT)         19
John Kirby                    121      Concepts & Applications (CT)              25
John Kirby                    123      Selected Topics in College Algebra             16
Mary Crytzer                  123      Selected Topics in College Algebra             22
Mary Crytzer                  127      College Algebra - Expanded                               30   21
Tue Ly                        130      College Algebra                                          46
Tue Ly                        122      Plane Trigonometry                                            13
Tue Ly                        225      Introductory Statistics                             9
Issa Traore                   203      Calculus for Business                          7
Issa Traore                   121      Concepts & Applications (CT)                             52   20
Lin Yuan                      127      College Algebra - Expanded                               28   14
William Morrison              121      Concepts & Applications (CT)                        13   53   17
Keshav Pokhrel                122      Plane Trigonometry                                       14   28
Keshav Pokhrel                123      Selected Topics in College Algebra                  14   10
Stacy Scudder                 123      Selected Topics in College Algebra             15
Stacy Scudder                 130      College Algebra                                          51
Stacy Scudder                 225      Introductory Statistics              12                       23
B.S. Mathematics/Applied Mathematics                                                                                               Appendix IIa, Page 1
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                                                         Appendix IIa (Contd.)
                                                     Teaching Assistant Data Sheet
                            Course                                            Year 1         Year 2         Year 3         Year 4           Year 5
        GTA Name                                   Course Name
                            No.                                             2006- 2007     2007- 2008     2008- 2009     2009-2010        2010-2011
                                                                            Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa    Sp   Su   Fa   Sp
Kenneth Thomas                 121     Conc & Appl of Math W/Alg Review                         19   19
Kenneth Thomas                 122     Plane Trigonometry                                  20
Kenneth Thomas                 123     Selected Topics in College Algebra                            19
Kenneth Thomas                 203     Calculus for Business                                                   28
Kenneth Thomas                 130     College Algebra                                                              18
Grace Amusan
                               121     Concepts & Applications (CT)                             24   21
Grace Amusan
                               123     Selected Topics in College Algebra                                 9    48   15
Olusegun Otunuga               127     College Algebra - Expanded                               19   9
Olusegun Otunuga               122     Plane Trigonometry                                                 14   18   13
Michael Smith                  121     Concepts & Applications (CT)                             30             16
Michael Smith                  127     College Algebra - Expanded                                         21
Michael Smith                  130     College Algebra                                               12        27   14
Derek Sturgill                 121     Concepts & Applications (CT)                                  14        55   16
Derek Sturgill                 225     Introductory Statistics                                            9
Xun Sun                        127     College Algebra - Expanded                                              22
Xun Sun                        121     Concepts & Applications (CT)                                                 20
Tivener Devon                  122     Plane Trigonometry                                            18   18        18              10
B.S. Mathematics/Applied Mathematics                                                                                               Appendix IIa, Page 2



                                                             Appendix IIa (Contd.)
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                                                   Teaching Assistant Data Sheet
                           Course                                                Year 1         Year 2         Year 3         Year 4         Year 5
        GTA Name                                   Course Name
                           No.                                                 2006- 2007     2007- 2008     2008- 2009     2009-2010      2010-2011
                                                                               Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp
Tivener Devon                 130      College Algebra                                                            31
Tivener Devon                 127      College Algebra - Expanded                                                           17
Tivener Devon                 121      Concepts & Applications (CT)                                                              49
Tivener Devon                 125      Mathematical Thinking (CT)                                                                     23
Deepak Basyal                 130      College Algebra                                                            14
John Fishman                  121      Concepts & Applications (CT)                                               20
Lisa Mathis                   121      Concepts & Applications (CT)                                               30   19   7
Lisa Mathis                   127      College Algebra - Expanded                                                                24
Lisa Mathis                   132      Precalculus with Science Applications                                                          13
Joy Mayenchein                121      Concepts & Applications (CT)                                               22   18        54   23
Thembinkosi Mkhatshwa         123      Selected Topics in College Algebra                                         11
Thembinkosi Mkhatshwa         121      Concepts & Applications (CT)                                                    19   24        6
Thembinkosi Mkhatshwa         130      College Algebra                                                                           53
Patrick Riley                 140      Applied Calculus                                                           28
Patrick Riley                 121      Concepts & Applications (CT)                                                    14        18   11
Patrick Riley                 225      Introductory Statistics                                                              8
B.S. Mathematics/Applied Mathematics                                                                                              Appendix IIa, Page 3
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                                                        Appendix IIa (Contd.)
                                                    Teaching Assistant Data Sheet
                           Course                                                Year 1         Year 2         Year 3         Year 4         Year 5
       GTA Name                                   Course Name
                           No.                                                 2006- 2007     2007- 2008     2008- 2009     2009-2010      2010-2011
                                                                               Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp
Casie McGee                   127      College Algebra - Expanded                                                           16        25
Casie McGee                   122      Plane Trigonometry                                                                        22
Casie McGee                   121      Concepts & Applications (CT)                                                                        9
Casie McGee                   099      Basic Skills in Mathematics II                                                                           55   23
Jessica Bowers                121      Concepts & Applications (CT)                                                              30
Jessica Briscoe               121      Concepts & Applications (CT)                                                              12                  11
Jessica Briscoe               130      College Algebra                                                                                7
Jessica Briscoe               127      College Algebra - Expanded                                                                               31
Lixian Chen                   121      Concepts & Applications (CT)                                                              14        5
Lixian Chen                   132      Precalculus with Science Applications                                                          10
Sher Chhetri                  132      Precalculus with Science Applications                                                          16
Sher Chhetri                  127      College Algebra - Expanded                                                                          15   26   16
Thomas Cuchta                 127      College Algebra - Expanded                                                                26        11
Thomas Cuchta                 122      Plane Trigonometry                                                                             18             20
Thomas Cuchta                 125      Mathematical Thinking (CT)                                                                               27
Zachary Howard                127      College Algebra - Expanded                                                                29
B.S. Mathematics/Applied Mathematics                                                                                              Appendix IIa, Page 4
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                                                        Appendix IIa (Contd.)
                                                    Teaching Assistant Data Sheet
                            Course                                               Year 1         Year 2         Year 3         Year 4           Year 5
       GTA Name                                   Course Name
                            No.                                                2006- 2007     2007- 2008     2008- 2009     2009-2010        2010-2011
                                                                               Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa     Sp   Su   Fa   Sp
Charles Lowe                  121      Concepts & Applications (CT)                                                              15
Charles Lowe                  127      College Algebra - Expanded                                                                       25
Charles Lowe                  225      Introductory Statistics                                                                               6
Clyde-Emmanuel Meador         130      College Algebra                                                                           40
Clyde-Emmanuel Meador         132      Precalculus with Science Applications                                                            12
Clyde-Emmanuel Meador         127      College Algebra - Expanded                                                                            12        9
Clyde-Emmanuel Meador         122      Plane Trigonometry                                                                                         23
Amy Seitz                     130      College Algebra                                                                           52          7    27
Amy Seitz                     127      College Algebra - Expanded                                                                       25
Maggie Chenoweth              121      Concepts & Applications (CT)                                                                               51
Maggie Chenoweth              099      Basic Skills in Mathematics II                                                                                  26
Scott Ewing                   121      Concepts & Applications (CT)                                                                               21
Anthony Hernandez             121      Concepts & Applications (CT)                                                                               50   7
Nonhle Mdziniso               130      College Algebra                                                                                            23
Nonhle Mdziniso               099      Basic Skills in Mathematics II                                                                                  21
B.S. Mathematics/Applied Mathematics                                                                                                  Appendix IIa, Page 5
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                                                        Appendix IIa (Contd.)
                                                     Teaching Assistant Data Sheet
                           Course                                         Year 1         Year 2         Year 3         Year 4         Year 5
       GTA Name                                   Course Name
                           No.                                          2006- 2007     2007- 2008     2008- 2009     2009-2010      2010-2011
                                                                        Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp
Richard Merritt              121       Concepts & Applications (CT)                                                                 9
Richard Merritt              125       Mathematical Thinking (CT)                                                                        31
Richard Merritt              130       College Algebra                                                                                        18
Dong Ngo                     099       Basic Skills in Mathematics II                                                                    29
Dong Ngo                     121       Concepts & Applications (CT)                                                                           23
Pai Song                     130       College Algebra                                                                                   24
Pai Song                     127       College Algebra - Expanded                                                                             9
Jianan Sun                   130       College Algebra                                                                                   25
Jianan Sun                   098       Basic Skills in Mathematics I                                                                          22
Alaeddine Saadaoui           122       Plane Trigonometry                                                                                     14
B.S. Mathematics/Applied Mathematics                                                                                       Appendix IIa, Page 6
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                                                            Appendix III-A
                                        Students’ Entrance Abilities (Mathematics Degree Program)

                                                                                   Mean SAT          Mean SAT            Mean SAT
      Year           N           Mean High School GPA           Mean ACT
                                                                                    Verbal          Quantitative          Writing
   2006-2007         5                    3.49                     27.04           573 (n=3)         620 (n=3)          Not Available
   2007-2008         2                    3.85                     25.00            560 (n=1)        590 (n=1)          Not Available
   2008-2009         6                 3.61 (n=5)               23.18 (n=5)         670 (n=2)        675 (n=2)          Not Available
   2009-2010         5                    4.07                  25.00 (n=3)         563 (n=3)        650 (n=3)          Not Available
   2010-2011         7                    3.49                   25.4 (n=5)         535 (n=2)        620 (n=2)          Not Available
                                                               Appendix III-B
                                    Students’ Entrance Abilities (Applied Mathematics Degree Program)
                                                                                    Mean SAT         Mean SAT            Mean SAT
      Year           N           Mean High School GPA             Mean ACT
                                                                                      Verbal        Quantitative          Writing
   2006-2007         1                   3.10                        23.0               NA              NA              Not Available
   2007-2008         0                    NA                        NA                 NA               NA              Not Available
   2008-2009         1                    3.70                     31.0                660              690             Not Available
   2009-2010         1                    2.93                     27.00               540              540             Not Available
   2010-2011         2                 3.61 (n=1)               21.00 (n=1)            NA               NA              Not Available
                                                               Appendix III
                     Students’ Entrance Abilities (Mathematics and Applied Mathematics Degree Programs Combined)
                                                                                   Mean SAT          Mean SAT            Mean SAT
      Year           N           Mean High School GPA           Mean ACT
                                                                                    Verbal          Quantitative          Writing
   2006-2007         6                    3.42                     26.37           573 (n=3)         620 (n=3)          Not Available
   2007-2008         2                    3.85                     25.00            560 (n=1)        590 (n=1)          Not Available
   2008-2009         7                 3.63 (n=6)               24.48 (n=6)         667 (n=3)        680 (n=3)          Not Available
   2009-2010         6                    3.88                   25.5 (n=4)         535 (n=4)        623 (n=4)          Not Available
   2010-2011         9                 3.51 (n=8)               24.67 (n=6)            NA               NA              Not Available
B.S. Mathematics/Applied Mathematics                                                                     Appendix III
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                                                  Appendix IV-A
                               Students’ Exit Abilities (Mathematics Degree Program)
                                                   Licensure Exam     Certification Test   Other Standardized Exam
   Year          N              Mean GPA
                                                       Results             Results                  Results
2006-2007        4                 3.11                  NA                   NA                      NA

2007-2008        9                 3.27                  NA                  NA                       NA

2008-2009        3                 3.37                  NA                  NA                       NA

2009-2010        4                 3.49                  NA                  NA                       NA

2010-2011        2                 2.83                  NA                  NA                       NA

                                                    Appendix IV-B
                          Students’ Exit Abilities (Applied Mathematics Degree Program)
                                                   Licensure Exam     Certification Test   Other Standardized Exam
   Year          N              Mean GPA
                                                       Results             Results                  Results
2006-2007        2                 2.98                  NA                   NA                      NA

2007-2008        3                 3.07                  NA                  NA                       NA

2008-2009        7                 3.36                  NA                  NA                       NA

2009-2010        5                 3.58                  NA                  NA                       NA

2010-2011        4                 3.15                  NA                  NA                       NA

                                                  Appendix IV
          Students’ Exit Abilities (Mathematics and Applied Mathematics Degree Programs Combined)
                                                   Licensure Exam     Certification Test    Other Standardized Exams
   Year          N              Mean GPA                                                   (Mathematics Field Test)
                                                       Results             Results
2006-2007        6                 3.07                  NA                   NA                     153.2

2007-2008        12                3.22                  NA                  NA                      154.2

2008-2009        10                3.36                  NA                  NA                      150.2

2009-2010        9                 3.54                  NA                  NA                      157.7

2010-2011        6                 3.05                  NA                  NA                       NA

 B.S. Mathematics/Applied Mathematics                                                                   Appendix IV
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                                                              Appendix V
                                                          Assessment Summary
                                                           Marshall University
                                  Assessment of the Program’s Student Learning Outcomes
                                                                 5 year summary

Component Area/Program/Discipline: .          B.S. Mathematics/Applied Mathematics               .


                                                              Program Level
                                                                                                                         Action Taken to
     Program’s Student Learning       Assessment Measures
                                                                    Standards/Benchmark           Results/Analysis         improve the
             Outcomes                       (Tools)
                                                                                                                             program
    Mathematical                      MTH 229, 300, 427, 450      Usable grades for 70% of      75%, 88%, 89%, 96%,     Continue to track
    Reasoning                         course grades               students                      resp.                   usable grades.
                                      MTH 229, 230,               usable
                                                                                                75%, 78%, 88%,          Continue to
                                      231, 427, 450,              grades for
    Personal Potential                                                                          89%, 96%, 94%,          track usable
                                      491 course                  70% of
                                                                                                resp.                   grades.
                                      grades                      students
                                      MTH 300, 335, 411,                                        88%, 82%, 100%,
                                                                  Usable grades for 70% of                              Continue to track
    Nature of Mathematics             427, 428, 443, 446, 450,                                  89%, 94%, 100%,
                                                                  students                                              usable grades.
                                      491 course grades                                         80%, 96%, 94%, resp.
                                      MTH 229, 230, 231,                                        75%, 78%, 88%, 91%,
    Mathematical                                                  Usable grades for 70% of                              Continue to track
                                      331, 411, 427, 445, 450,                                  100%, 89%, 86%,
    Modeling                                                      students                                              usable grades.
                                      491 course grades                                         96%, 94%, resp.
    Communication and                                             Usable grades for 70% of                              Continue to track
                                      MTH 491 course grades                                     94%.
    Resourcefulness                                               students                                              usable grades.
                                      MTH 491                     Usable grades for 70% of                              Continue to track
    Content Specific Goals                                                                      94%.
                                      course grades               students                                              usable grades.
                                                                  Mean scores above 45th        MU at 57th Percentile   Continue to
    BOT Initiative #3                 ETS Major Field Test
                                                                  Percentile of national data   in 2009 – 2010          Administer MFT.
     B.S. Mathematics/Applied Mathematics                                                                               Appendix V
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                                                            Appendix VI
                                                      Program Course Enrollment
Course                         Required/
                                                                        Year 1         Year 2           Year 3           Year 4            Year 5
Number       Course Name       Elective/   Delivery
                                Service                Location       2006-2007      2007-2008        2008-2009        2009-2010         2010-2011
                                           Method

                                                                  Su    Fa    Sp    Su   Fa    Sp    Su   Fa    Sp    Su   Fa     Sp    Su   Fa    Sp
MTH 098       Mathematics         S          Td          On                                                                                  296   151
                Skills I                               Campus
                                             Td          Off                                                                                 39    17
                                                       Campus
MTH 099       Mathematics         S          Td          On                                                                                  440   436
                Skills II                              Campus
                                             Td          Off                                                                                 23    36
                                                       Campus
MTH 104       Spreadsheets        S          Td          On                                    9
                for math                               Campus
MTH 120         Algebra           S          Td          On                                                                9       6         7     9
                                                       Campus
MTH 121       Concepts and        S          Td          On       38    621   352   18   597   296   14   630   320   34   716    306   26   489   234
(including     Applications                            Campus
121B and                                     Td          Off             37   26         31    17
  121H)                                                Campus
                                              O         WEB       24     72   50    40   73    51    28   63    59         62     38    23   53    47

MTH 122           Plane           S          Td          On       17    122   147   21   120   190   35   147   174   28   114    127        86    131
              Trigonometry                             Campus
                                              O         WEB                                               3     17         28     26    36   30    33

MTH 123      Selected Topics      S          Td          On       12    194   146   18   207   129   12   172   97
               in College                              Campus
                 Algebra                     Td          Off      8      22         13
                                                       Campus
                                              O         WEB       18     24   22    15   16    28    14   28    26

MTH 125       Mathematical        S          Td          On                   61               64               43                48         59    55
                 Thinking                              Campus
MTH 127      College Algebra      S          Td          On       18    205   191   23   258   184   24   321   212   35   350    235   45   358   272
               Expanded                                Campus
                                             Td          Off             26   36         32    55
                                                       Campus
                                              O         WEB                              1     36    34   38    43    39   62     51    33   46    62

     B.S. Mathematics/Applied Mathematics                                                                                       Appendix VI, Page 1
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                                                         Appendix VI (Contd.)
                                                       Program Course Enrollment
                                Required/   Delivery    Location
 Course                                     Method                       Year 1            Year 2            Year 3            Year 4             Year 5
              Course Name       Elective/
 Number                          Service                               2006-2007         2007-2008         2008-2009         2009-2010          2010-2011

                                                                   Su    Fa    Sp    Su     Fa   Sp    Su     Fa   Sp    Su     Fa    Sp    Su     Fa   Sp
 MTH 130         College           S          Td          On             218   72          234   74          202   65          329    108   8     310   113
 (including      Algebra                                Campus
   130H)                                      Td          Off                               5
                                                        Campus
                                               O         WEB       30     17   28    34     31   32    28     31   20    28     35     30   30     22   44
 MTH 132       Precalculus         S          Td          On              85   22           92   31           98   22          112     64   6     102   59
                  with                                  Campus
               Applications                    O         WEB                                                                                            23

 MTH 140         Applied           S          Td          On              59   39           47   58           63   51    5      76     51         111   111
                 Calculus                               Campus
                                               O         WEB                                                                                       13   22

 MTH 203       Calculus for        S          Td          On       22    182   175   29    165   168   25    179   150
                Business                                Campus
                                              Td          Off             5                 8
                                                        Campus
 MTH 220         Discrete          S          Td          On                   13                19                31                  30   7      17   38
                Structures                              Campus
 MTH 225       Introductory        S          Td          On       12    101   52    9      69   77    18     61   85    15    103    109   10    111   109
                 Statistics                             Campus
                                              Td          Off      22     13   20    6           14
                                                        Campus
                                               O         WEB                   40    24     37   53    29     42   39           52     50          50   50

 MTH 229       Calculus with      S+R         Td          On       17     97   63    22     89   49    20    123   87    19    124     81   22     91   79
 (including      Analytic                               Campus
MTH 229H)       Geometry I
 MTH 230       Calculus with      S+R         Td          On       12     47   51    26     35   58    11     38   54    18     47     63   24     63   52
                 Analytic                               Campus
               Geometry II
 MTH 231       Calculus with      S+R         Td          On       6      25   19           33   25    6      25   17    5      26     22          44   31
                 Analytic                               Campus
               Geometry III
 MTH 280      SpTp: Topics in      S          Td                                                                                                        11
               Math Biology
B.S. Mathematics/Applied Mathematics                                                                                                 Appendix VI, Page 2
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                                                   Appendix VI (Contd.)
                                                 Program Course Enrollment
                                               Delivery   Location
Course                             Required/   Method                   Year 1         Year 2         Year 3         Year 4         Year 5
Number       Course Name           Elective/
                                    Service                           2006-2007      2007-2008      2008-2009      2009-2010      2010-2011

                                                                     Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa Sp     Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp
MTH 300   Introduction to Higher      R          Td         On            22   19        17   14        21   7         25   20        24   21
               Mathematics                                Campus
MTH 329     Elementary Linear         S          Td         On                      9         21             28             39        7    31
                 Algebra                                  Campus
MTH 331       Linear Algebra          R          Td         On            13   1         17        1    10   1         13             22   12
                                                          Campus
MTH 335   Differential Equations      E          Td         On            13   18        12   26        13   31        9    14        11   14
                                                          Campus
MTH 345    Applied Probability        S          Td         On                           26   8         10   8         32   12        32   47
              and Statistics                              Campus
MTH 400    Structure of Algebra       S          Td         On            2                             11                            11   6
                                                          Campus
MTH 401   Structure of Modern         S          Td         On                           5                             23             1
               Geometry                                   Campus
MTH 404    Math Methods and           S          Td         On                                5              6              6              17
               Materials                                  Campus
MTH 405        History of            R/E         Td         On                 10             1              7                             23
              Mathematics                                 Campus
MTH 411      Mathematical            R/E         Td         On       5                             1
               Modeling                                   Campus
MTH 415    Partial Differential      R/E         Td         On                           12                                 6
               Equations                                  Campus
MTH 416   Advanced Differential      R/E         Td         On                                12                            10
               Equations                                  Campus
MTH 427   Advanced Calculus I        R/E         Td         On            24             18             10             14             13
                                                          Campus
MTH 428   Advanced Calculus II       R/E         Td         On                 12             11             8              9              7
                                                          Campus
MTH 430        Topology 1            R/E         Td         On                           7                             2
                                                          Campus
MTH 431        Topology II           R/E         Td         On                                4                             2
                                                          Campus
MTH 440     Graph Theory and         R/E         Td         On                                8                             1
             Combinatorics                                Campus
MTH 442     Numerical Linear         R/E         Td         On                 8                             3                             4
                Algebra                                   Campus
    B.S. Mathematics/Applied Mathematics                                                                               Appendix VI, Page 3
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                                                             Appendix VI (Contd.)
                                                           Program Course Enrollment
                                                        Delivery   Location
                                            Required/   Method
            Course                                                               Year 1         Year 2         Year 3         Year 4         Year 5
                         Course Name        Elective/
            Number                           Service                           2006-2007      2007-2008      2008-2009      2009-2010      2010-2011

                                                                              Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa Sp     Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp
           MTH 443         Numerical          R/E         Td         On            12             8              7              1              5
                            Analysis                               Campus
           MTH 445       Probability and      R/E         Td         On            23             19             27             24             23
                           Statistics I                            Campus
           MTH 446       Probability and      R/E         Td         On                 13             13             14             16             18
                           Statistics II                           Campus
           MTH 448          Modern            R/E         Td         On            10             7              8              9              7
                          Geometries                               Campus
           MTH 449         Projective         R/E         Td         On                 7              6              7              14             6
                           Geometry                                Campus
           MTH 450      Modern Algebra I      R/E         Td         On            24             19             16             15             16
                                                                   Campus
           MTH 452      Modern Algebra II     R/E         Td         On                 7              13             10             12             10
                                                                   Campus
           MTH 460         Complex            R/E         Td         On            12                            5                             4
                          Variables I                              Campus
           MTH 461         Complex            R/E         Td         On                 8                             3                             3
                          Variables II                             Campus
           MTH 480/      Special Topics        E          Td         On       1    21   41   2    2    4    1    1    8         1    2         2    5
          481/482/483                                              Campus
           MTH 485/     Independent Study      E          Td         On                 2                        3    1    1    1    1              7
           MTH 486                                                 Campus
           MTH 491       Senior Seminar        R          Td         On                 7         6    10        4    5    1    5    7         1    2
                                                                   Campus
               B.S. Mathematics/Applied Mathematics                                                                             Appendix VI, Page 4

Indicate all program and service courses. Please include all special topics courses offered as well as independent studies. When listing
Independent studies, please list the number of independent study students enrolled, but DO NOT include individual names or the titles of the
independent studies. Please use the following codes:

Required/Elective: Required = R; Elective = E; Service = S (Please indicate all that apply; e.g. E + S, if the course is both an elective and a service
course.
Delivery Method: Traditional = Td, Online = O, Hybrid = H, Location: Huntington, South Charleston, Point Pleasant, etc.
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                                                                Appendix VII
                                                              Program Enrollment

                                                                    Year 1    Year 2    Year 3    Year 4    Year 5
                             Students
                                                                  2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011
                      New Students Admitted                            6            2            7             6            9
                     Principal Majors Enrolled
                                                                      35           22            17           16           19
                      Major 1: Mathematics
                     Principal Majors Enrolled
                                                                       2            1            5             2            7
                   Major 2: Applied Mathematics
                     Principal Majors Enrolled
                       Area of Emphasis 3:
                     Principal Majors Enrolled
                   Additional Areas of Emphasis
              Second Majors Enrolled*: Mathematics                     4            3            5             3            6
          Second Majors Enrolled*: Applied Mathematics                 1            3            9             8           10
    Other Areas of Emphasis: Mathematics Education majors             NA           NA           NA            NA           NA
       Minors: Both Mathematics and Applied Mathematics                5            4            10           14           18
        Total number of Majors Enrolled in the Program                42           29            36           29           42
     Grand Total (Majors and Minors) Enrolled in the Program          47           33            46           43           60
            Graduates of the program (Majors only)                     6           12            10            9            6
              Graduates of the program (Minors only)                  10           12            16           14            8
       Total Graduates of the program (Majors and Minors)             16           24            26           23           14

*If known. This information is not completely accurate at this time, as students often do not declare a second major until the junior evaluation or the
student has her/his primary major in another college.

**On occasion you may have a student enrolled in your program who is declaring your program as a 3rd major.

***If known. This information is not completely accurate at this time, as students often do not declare minors until the junior evaluation or senior
application for graduation.
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                                           Figure 1. Trend Line for Total Enrollment (Majors) and Program Graduates

                                      45
 Enrollment (Majors)/Graduate Count


                                      40

                                      35

                                      30

                                      25

                                      20

                                      15

                                      10

                                      5

                                      0
                                             2006-2007        2007-2008        2008-2009       2009-2010        2010-2011
Enrollment                                      42               29               36               29                 42
Graduate                                         5               12               7                5                  4
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                                      Appendix VIII
                         Job and Graduate School Placement Rates

                                                                                             # of
                                                             # of        # of graduates
                    # of graduates     # of graduates                                     graduates
                                                          graduates       accepted to
     Year          employed in major    employed in                                          not
                                                          employed          Graduate
                          field         related fields                                    accounted
                                                         outside field     Programs
                                                                                             for
  2006-2007               5                  1                                 2             4
  2007-2008               12                 3                                 6             4
  2008-2009               7                                                   10             3
  2009-2010               5                  1                                 4             4
  2010-2011               4                  2                1                3             2
Five –Year Total          33                 7                1               25             17
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                                                GRADUATING SENIOR QUESTIONNAIRE
Instructions: Each item below describes an area of college life or a campus service. On the left side of the questionnaire please tell us how important
it is to you for Marshall to offer the service or experience, and note if you did not use either the service or the experience. On the right side of the
questionnaire please tell us how satisfied you are that Marshall has met your expectations with regard to this service and note if you were not aware
that this service existed. Do not leave any questions unanswered.

My Level Of Importance to me:                                                                           My Level of Satisfaction:
1 Not Important at all                                                                                            Very Satisfied 4
1 | 2 Somewhat Unimportant                                                                              Somewhat satisfied 3 | 4
1 | 2 | 3 Somewhat Important                                                                    Somewhat dissatisfied 2 | 3 | 4
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 Very important                                                                    Not satisfied at all 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | Does not apply                                                                       Did not use | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
1 2 3 4         does                                                                                        did      1 2 3 4
                not                                      Survey Items                                       not
                apply                                                                                       use
1 2 3 4                   1. For new students, the student orientation process (summer orientation                   1 2 3 4
                          and UNI 101/HON101)
1   2    3    4               2. Admissions procedures                                                                           1   2   3   4
1   2    3    4               3. Affirmative Action (including policies and procedures on discrimination                         1   2   3   4
                              and sexual harassment)
1   2    3    4               4. Minority/International student programs and services                                            1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               5. Student cultural events (theatre, art, music, Artists Series)                                   1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               6. Services for students with disabilities                                                         1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               7. Student Legal Aid                                                                               1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               8. Judicial Process, Student Code of Conduct                                                       1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               9. University Bookstore (textbooks and supplies)                                                   1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               10. Tuition and fee payment process                                                                1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               11. Career planning/placement assistance                                                           1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               12. Campus Computing Services and Facilities                                                       1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               13. Housekeeping and custodial services                                                            1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               14. Campus landscape environment                                                                   1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               15. Counseling services                                                                            1   2   3   4
1   2    3    4               16. Tutoring/study skills/learning centers, etc.: (Academic Support Center,                        1   2   3   4
                              Writing Clinic; Tutoring Services)
1   2    3    4               17. Financial Aid procedures and services                                                          1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               18. Classroom facilities                                                                           1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               19. Honors/scholarship programs                                                                    1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               20. Campus Identification Services (Points Plan)                                                   1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               21. Student organizations: (Honoraries, sororities, fraternities, clubs, etc.)                     1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               22. Student health services                                                                        1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               23. Academic calendar (scheduling of finals, holidays)                                             1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               24. Libraries/library services                                                                     1   2   3   4



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1 Not Important at all                                                                                        Very Satisfied 4
1 | 2 Somewhat Unimportant                                                                          Somewhat satisfied 3 | 4
1 | 2 | 3 Somewhat Important                                                                 Somewhat dissatisfied 2 | 3 | 4
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 Very Important                                                                 Not satisfied at all 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | Does not apply                                                                    Did not use | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
1 2 3 4                   25. Student Campus employment opportunities (Student assistants, work                   1 2 3 4
                          study, etc.)
1   2    3    4               26. Registration procedures and services (including MILO and WEB)                       1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               27. Academic Advising                                                                   1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               28. Services for nontraditional and returning students                                  1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               29. Residence Hall Services (food, housing, facilities)                                 1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               30. Campus social entertainment and activities                                          1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               31. Student Center Food Service                                                         1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               32. Student Center Recreation                                                           1   2   3   4
1   2    3    4               33. Recreational sports and exercise facilities and services (intramurals,              1   2   3   4
                              pool, gyms, fitness renter, tennis courts)
1   2    3    4               34. Student Government/SGA sponsored activities                                         1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               35. Women’s Programs                                                                    1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               36. Student Parking                                                                     1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               37. Campus security and police services and personal safety                             1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               38. University catalog                                                                  1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               39. Student media (Parthenon, Radio Station-WMUL, Chief Justice, etc.)                  1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               40. Overall Quality of Teaching                                                         1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               41. MU Web (Internet) presence.                                                         1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               42. Courses which met the Multicultural Studies requirement                             1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               43. Courses which met the International Studies requirement                             1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               44. Courses designated as “Writing Intensive” courses                                   1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               45. Courses which provided computer literacy.                                           1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               46. Courses which improved mathematical skills.                                         1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               47. Courses which increased understanding of scientific processes                       1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               48. Capstone (senior seminar) course in my major.                                       1   2   3   4

1   2    3    4               49. Overall Quality of my Educational Experience                                        1   2   3   4



50. If you took longer than 4 years (8 semesters) to graduate from Marshall, what were the
reasons? Check as many as apply:
( ) Changing Majors; ( ) Course Availability; ( ) Job Interference; ( ) Inadequate Advising;
( ) Personal Commitments; ( ) Cost of attending; ( ) Electives/Activities; ( ) Transfer credit not
accepted; ( ) Academic Performance;
( ) other: Specify:_____________________________________
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