Welcome to the homepage of Dr. Lori McCune. I am an Assistant Professor of Mathematics in the Department of Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics at Missouri Western State University. I was previously a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Mathematics and Computer Science Department at Ashland University. I received my PhD from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln in May 2011, where I studied commutative algebra under the direction of Professor Tom Marley. In particular, I'm interested in Hilbert-Samuel and Hilbert-Kunz functions of zero-dimensional ideals.In 2016 I served as the Chair of the Missouri Section of the MAA. You can find information about the Spring 2016 meeting at http://staff.missouriwestern.edu/~lmccune/maa2016.
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Previous Courses Taught at Missouri Western State University
|MAT110(E) Contemporary Problem Solving|
|MAT112 Finite Mathematics|
|MAT116 College Algebra|
|MAT132 Elementary Statistics|
|MAT167 Calculus I|
|MAT177 Calculus II|
|MAT287 Calculus III|
|MAT306 Linear Algebra|
|MAT315 Topics in Geometry|
|MAT352 Mathematics for Middle/Elementary Teachers|
|MAT416 Abstract Algebra|
|MAT450 Independent Study - Topology|
|MAT450 Independent Study - Kansas City Crime Data Project|
|MAT462 Number Theory|
|MAT470 Seminar in Mathematics - Graph Theory|
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|You can access my CV here .|
|Blogging and Self-Graded Homework in Contemporary Problem Solving (2018), PRIMUS: Problems, Resources, and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies, DOI: 10.1080/10511970.2018.1443533.|
|"How Can We Compare Different Voting Methods? A Voting Theory Project (2018) PRIMUS: Problems, Resources, and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies, DOI: 10.1080/10511970.2018.1489924, together with David McCune|
|Counting Your Chickens with Markov Chains, to appear in Mathematics Magazine, with David McCune|
|Hilbert Coefficients of Parameter Ideals, Journal of Commutative Algebra 5, (2013), no. 3, 399-412|
|A Note on a Conjecture of Watanabe and Yoshida , (as Lori McDonnell) Comm. Algebra 39 (2011), no. 11, 3993-3997|
|Hilbert-Samuel and Hilbert-Kunz Functions of Zero-Dimensional Ideals (as Lori McDonnell) - my PhD thesis, May 2011.|
|A Theorem of Hochster and Huneke concerning Tight Closure and Hilbert-Kunz Multiplicity (as Lori McDonnell) - this gives a mostly self-contained proof of a theorem of Hochster and Huneke characterizing the Hilbert-Kunz Multiplicity in terms of tight closure.|
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Email: firstname.lastname@example.org The best way to contact me is through email.
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