K. L. Price

Mathematics Department, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, 800
Algoma Boulevard, Oshkosh, WI 54901-8631

EDUCATION

University
of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Ph.D.
in Mathematics,

Dissertation: Universal Enveloping Algebras of Lie Color Algebras

University
of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

M.S.
in Mathematics,

Western
Illinois University

B.S.
in Mathematics with a Physics minor,

Magna Cum Laude

AWARDS

MAA Project NExT Fellow

U.S. Department of Education Graduate Assistance in Areas of
National Need (GANN) Fellowship,

WIU Walter Eller Physics Scholarship,

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

University
of Wisconsin Oshkosh

**Professor of
Mathematics** September 2013 to present

**Associate Professor of Mathematics**
September 2005 to September 2012

**Assistant Professor of Mathematics**
September 1999 to June 2005

Taught College Algebra, Trigonometry, Liberal Arts Mathematics (Problem Based
Inquiry Seminary), Finite Math, Discrete Math, Introduction to Statistics,
Applied Statistics, Probability and Statistics for Elementary Education,
Business Calculus, Calculus I, II, and III, Introduction to Abstract
Mathematics, Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometry, Introduction to Group
Theory, Introduction to Ring Theory, Introduction to Linear Algebra, Advanced
Linear Algebra, Seminar in Mathematical Problem Solving, and a graduate course
in Algebra.

Truman
State University

**Visiting Assistant Professor **August
1997 to May 1999

Taught College Algebra, Trigonometry, Basic Statistics, Essentials
of Calculus, Liberal Arts Calculus, Matrix Algebra, and Calculus II.

RELATED EXPERIENCE

Educational
Testing Service

Advanced
Placement Calculus Exam Reader,

UW
Oshkosh Precollege Programs

Instructor,

Taught a two-week introductory course in business mathematics to
high school students in the Young Entrepreneurial Scholars program.

UWM's Gateway to Engineering Science and Technology

Instructor,

Taught
a two-week advanced geometry course to minority and financially disadvantaged
eighth-

and ninth-grade students from Milwaukee Public Schools.

UWM and Milwaukee Public Schools Saturday Academy

Instructor,

Designed a course on Density that introduces students to the
physical properties of materials in a science lab setting. Collaborated with secondary school teachers. Participated in
teaching the following: density, geometry and tessellations, measuring height
and distance, algebra experiments,

math modeling and patty paper geometry.

PUBLICATIONS AND PAPERS

Homological
Properties of Color Lie Superalgebras

Advances
in Ring Theory, 287-293 (1997)

Primeness Criteria for Universal Enveloping Algebras of Lie
Color Algebras

Journal
of Algebra 235(2), 589-607 (2001)

Bulletin of the Australian Mathematical Society. 71, 327-335
(2005)

Factorization in
Quantum Planes

Missouri
Journal of Mathematical Sciences, 18(3) (2006)

Coauthored with undergraduate student Romain Coulibaly

A
Domain Test for Lie Color Algebras

Journal
of Algebra and its Applications 7(1), 8190 (2008)

Normal Quadratics
in Ore Extensions, Quantum Planes, and Quantized Weyl
Algebras

Acta Appl. Math. 108(1),
7381 (2009)

Coauthored with undergraduate student Candis Holtz

MAA
Focus October/November 2011, 22

Coauthored with Dr. S. Szydlik

Good Gradings of Generalized Incidence Rings

Communications
in Algebra 41, 3668-3678 (2013)

Good Matrix Gradings from Directed Graphs

Contemporary Mathematics, vol. 609, Amer. Math. Soc.,
Providence, RI, pp. 267276 (2014)

Coauthored with Dr. S. Szydlik

An Alternative
Construction to the Transitive Closure of a Directed Graph

International
Electronic Journal of Algebra 17, 215-228 (2015)

Some Algebras
Similar to the 2Χ2 Jordanian Matrix Algebra

Coauthored with Dr. J. Gaddis (submitted)

Good Abelian Group Matrix Gradings from Directed Graphs

Coauthored with undergraduate student John Dewitt (in preparation)

Refereeing

Linear Algebra and its Applications

Journal of Algebra and its Applications

Manuscripta Mathematica

Pure and Applied Mathematics Quarterly

MEMBERSHIPS

Mathematical Association of America (MAA)

AMS Math Reviewer

MAA Project NExT Fellow

UW OShkosh PRofessional Development Awards

Student Titan Employment Program (STEP) for "Mathematics of
Puzzles Research Assistant" covering each of the academic years from fall
2011 through spring 2015.

Sabbatical for "Research at Atlantic Algebra Center" to
visit Memorial University in Newfoundland, Canada in Fall
2009.

Undergraduate Student and Faculty Collaborative Research grant for
"New Discoveries on Quantized Weyl
Algebras" for summer 2004.

Research Component grant for "Envelopes of Lie Color
Algebras" conducted during summer 2002.

Off-Campus grant award to attend the Von
Neumann Conference at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute in Berkeley,
CA in 1999.