Chassidy Bozeman

Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Graph theory and linear algebra

Chassidy Bozeman’s research interests lie in graph theory and linear algebra. She is currently working on eigenvalue problems of matrices and graph coloring/graph covering problems. She particularly enjoys graph domination problems and their variants. As a teacher, she devotes much energy to current and effective pedagogy. A main goal of hers is to create an inclusive classroom environment via innovative teaching techniques such as the use of recorded video lectures. Bozeman enjoys combining her passion for research and teaching by supervising undergraduate research students.

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Kaneka Turner MAT ’15 cofounded Black Women Rock Math to connect with, network with and celebrate Black women teaching math.

Black women rock math

Mount Holyoke alum Kaneka Turner MAT ’15 has created an initiative to celebrate Black women in mathematics.

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