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Jonathan Dunbar

Associate Professor of Mathematics

B.A., East Carolina University
M.A., East Carolina University
Ph.D., North Carolina State University

Programs: Mathematics

Jonathan Dunbar teaches undergraduate mathematics courses at all levels. Dunbar loves teaching any course that allows him to work with curious students. When possible, he teaches the applications of math to issues of social justice, a current emphasis of MATH 123, Applications of Contemporary Mathematics.

Dunbar’s research interests include abstract algebraic structures, especially non-associative ones like Lie and Leibniz algebras, and also the study of where mathematics intersects with society, particularly as it relates to voting and the redistricting process. He looks to incorporate undergraduates in his research projects when he can. Dunbar advises the SNC Math Club, and Sigma Nu Delta. He is a member of the Pi Mu Epsilon National Mathematics Honor Society, the Mathematical Association of America, the National Association of Mathematicians and the NAACP.

MATH 123 Applications of Contemporary Mathematics
MATH 128 Introductory Statistics for Business
MATH 132 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
MATH 203 Linear Algebra
MATH 250 Advanced Foundations of Mathematics
MATH 306 Abstract Algebra
MATH 350 Modern Geometry

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