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Lindsey Bosko-Dunbar
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Lindsey Bosko-Dunbar

Associate Professor of Mathematics

Lindsey Bosko-Dunbar is an associate professor of mathematics at St. Norbert College and she organizes the annual PME Conference (https://sncpme.knight.domains/). Her primary research centers on Lie & Leibniz algebras and how these structures relate to each other. Other projects include research in cryptography and mentoring student projects on recreational mathematics and games.

Bosko-Dunbar was recognized as Educator of the Year at the 2022 Norbertine Leadership & Service Awards. She also teaches classes in the actuarial math concentration.

  • MATH 120 Numbers and Operations
  • MATH 131 Calculus and Analytic Geometry 1
  • MATH 132 Calculus and Analytic Geometry 2
  • MATH 212 Principles of Algebra and Data
  • MATH 250 Advanced Foundations of Mathematics
  • MATH 306 Abstract Algebra
  • MATH 319 Financial Mathematics

  • B.S. – Elizabethtown College (Mathematics Secondary Education)
  • M.S. – North Carolina State University (Mathematics)
  • Ph.D. – North Carolina State University (Mathematics)

  • Lie & Leibniz algebras
  • Recreational math
  • Cryptography

Second Maximal Subalgebras of Leibniz Algebras, Communications in Algebra, (2023)

Minimal Nonnilpotent Leibniz Algebras, IEJA, 28, (2020), pp. 187-192

Solvable Leibniz Algebras with Heisenberg Nilradical, Communications in Algebra, 43, 6 (2015)

A Frattini Theory for Leibniz Algebras, Communications in Algebra, 41, 4 (2013)

Cards, Codes, and Kangaroos, UMAP Journal, 32, 3 (2011) pp. 199-236

Jacobson’s Refinement of Engel’s Theorem, Involve, 4, 3 (2011) pp. 293-296

On Schur Multipliers of Lie Algebras and Groups of Maximal Class, IJAC, 20, 5 (2010) pp. 807-821