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Lindsey Bosko-Dunbar

Associate Professor of Mathematics

B.A., Elizabethtown College
Ph.D., North Carolina State University


Programs: Mathematics

Lindsey Bosko-Dunbar’s undergraduate degrees in mathematics and mathematics secondary education allow her to teach a variety of classes in the math discipline for education majors and for students who are interested in actuarial science. She enjoys engaging students with varied interests in mathematics and trying to determine which aspects they find particularly fascinating. Her own research interests include Lie & Leibniz algebras, cryptography and recreational mathematics. Lindsey's Ph.D. research was on nilpotent Lie algebras of maximal class and she has ongoing projects in Leibniz algebras that explore analogues of known results in Lie algebras.  

When not doing math, Lindsey enjoys cooking, gardening and outdoor activities with her family. 

Courses
MATH 120 Numbers and Operations
MATH 131 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
MATH 132 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
MATH 212 Principles of Algebra and Data
MATH 250 Advanced Foundations of Mathematics
MATH 319 Financial Mathematics
MATH 489 Special Topics in Cryptography

Affiliations
Be An Actuary
Mathematical Association of America
Casualty Actuarial Society
Society of Actuaries
Association for Women in Mathematics
National Math Honor Society
SNC PME Conference
National Association of Mathematicians
MAA Wisconsin Section
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