ANDREW V. SILLS
CURRICULUM VITAE
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Georgia Southern University
STATESBORO CAMPUS
65 Georgia Avenue, Room 3008
Statesboro, Georgia 30460, USA
Office phone: (912) 4785424
Fax: (912) 4780654
ARMSTRONG CAMPUS
University Hall, Rooms 281 and 283
11935 Abercorn Street
Savannah, GA 31419
Office phone: (912) 3343020
asills {at} georgiasouthern [dot] edu
EDUCATION
B.A. (Mathematics), Rutgers University, May 1989
M.A. (Mathematics), The Pennsylvania State University, August 1994
Additional Graduate Study (22 credits in Statistics),
Texas A&M University and University of Kentucky, 19941999
Ph.D. (Mathematics), University of Kentucky, May 2002
FULLTIME ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS (prior to completion of Ph.D.)
 Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX (Lecturer, 1995)
 Lexington Community
College, Lexington, KY (Instructor of Mathmematics and Statistics, 199697)
 Pennsylvania State University,
University Park, PA (Instructor of Mathematics, 200002)
FULLTIME ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS (after completion of Ph.D.)
 Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
 Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics, 200203
 Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
 Hill Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Rutgers University, 200306
 Lecturer at the rank of Assistant Professor of Mathematics, 200607

Georgia Southern University,
Statesboro, GA
 Assistant Professor, Tenuretrack, 200711
 Associate Professor of Mathematics (tenured August 1, 2012),
201115
 Professor of Mathematics, 2015present
RESEARCH INTERESTS
 Number theory, especially integer partitions
 combinatorics
 classical analysis, especially basic hypergeometric series
 symbolic computation, especially algorithmic proof theory
 mathematics of
Ramanujan
DOCTORAL DISSERTATION
Computer Assisted Explorations of RogersRamanujan Type Identities
Ph.D. THESIS ADVISOR
George E. Andrews, Evan Pugh Professor of Mathematics, The Pennsylvania
State University
POSTDOCTORAL ADVISORS
20022003: George E. Andrews, Evan Pugh Professor of Mathematics,
The Pennsylvania State University.
20032007: Doron Zeilberger, Board of Governors Professor of Mathematics,
Rutgers University.
REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

(with J. P. O. Santos) "qPell sequences and two identities of V.
A. Lebesgue,"
Discrete Mathematics 257/1 (2002) 125142.

"Finite RogersRamanujan type identities,"
Electronic J. Combin. 10(1) (2003) #R13, 122 pp.

(with J. Sellers and G. Mullen) "Bijections and congruences for generalizations
of partition identities of Euler and Guy,"
Electronic J. Combin. 11(1) (2004) #R43, 19 pp.
 "RRtoolsa Maple package for aiding the discovery and proof
of finite RogersRamanujan type identities,"
J. Symbolic Comput., 37 (2004) 415448.
 "A combinatorial proof of a partition identity of Andrews and
Stanley," Int. J. Math. Math. Sci 2004/47, 24952503.
 "On identities of the RogersRamanujan type," Ramanujan J.
11 (2006) 403429.
 "On series expansions of Capparelli's infinite product,"
Adv. Appl. Math. 33/2 (2004) 397408.
 "Identitites of the RogersRamanujanBailey type," J. Math. Anal.
Appl. 308/2 (2005) 669688.
 "qDifference equations and identities of the
RogersRamanujanBailey type," J. Difference Equ. Appl. 10 (2004)
10691084.
 (with D. Zeilberger) "Disturbing the Dyson conjecture (in a GOOD way),"
Experimental Math. 16:2 (2006) 187191.
 "On simplifications of certain qmultisums,"
Adv. Appl. Math. 39/2 (2007) 260268.
 "Disturbing the Dyson conjecture, in a generally GOOD way,"
J. Combin. Theory, Ser. A 113/7 (2006) 13681380.
 "Identities of the RogersRamanujanSlater type," Int. J. Number
Theory 3 (2007) 293323.
 "A partition bijection related to the RogersSelberg identities and
Gordon's theorem," J. Combin. Theory, Ser. A 115/1 (2008) 6783.
 (with D. Bowman and J. McLaughlin)
"Some more identities of RogersRamanujan type," Ramanujan J.
18 (2009) 307325.

"Disturbing the qDyson conjecture,"
Tapas in Experimental Mathematics,
ed. Tewodros Amdeberhan and Victor H. Moll,
Contemp. Math. 457
(2008) 265271.

(with J. McLaughlin)
"RamanujanSlater type identities related to the moduli 18 and 24,"
J. Math. Anal. Appl. 344/2 (2008) 765777.
 "On the ordinary and signed GöllnitzGordon partitions,"
South East Asian J. Math. Math. Sci 6 (2008) 6368.
 (with J. McLaughlin) "Combinatorics of RamanujanSlater type identities,"
Integers 9 (supplement) (2009) paper #10, 14 pp.
 (with J. McLaughlin and P. Zimmer) "Lifting Bailey pairs to WPBailey
pairs," Discrete Math. 309 (2009) 50775091.
 (with J. McLaughlin and P. Zimmer) "RogersRamanujan computer searches,"
J. Symbolic Comput. 44 (2009) 10681078.
 (with J. McLaughlin and P. Zimmer) "RogersRamanujanSlater type
identities," Electronic J. Combin. 15 (2008) #DS15, 59 pp.
 "A Rademacher type formula for partitions and overpartitions,"
Int. J. Math. Math. Sci.
2010 (2010) Article ID 630458, 21 pp. doi:10.1155/2010/630458.
 "The Apostles and brothers of Jesus," in The Tomb of Jesus and
His Family?: Exploring Ancient Jewish Tombs Near Jerusalem's Walls,
ed. James H. Charlesworth and Arthur Boulet, Eerdmans press, 2013.
 (with S. Corteel and C. Savage) "Lecture hall sequences, qseries,
and asymmetric partition identities,"
Partitions, qSeries, and Modular Forms, ed. K. Alladi and F. Garvan, Springer, 2012, 5368. Developments in Mathematics, Vol. 23. ISBN 9781461400271.
 "Towards an automation of the circle method,"
Gems in Experimental Mathematics, ed. T. Amdeberhan, L. Medina,
and V. H. Moll, Contemp. Math. 517 (2010) 325338.
 "Rademachertype formulas for restricted partition and overpartition
functions," Ramanujan J. 23 (2010) 253264.
 (with J. McLaughlin and P. Zimmer) "Some implications of Chu's
_{10}ψ_{10} generalization of Bailey's
_{6}ψ_{6} summation formula," Online Journal of
Analytic Combinatorics 5 (2010), 24 pp.
 (with C. D. Savage) "On an identity of Gessel and Stanton and the
new little Göllnitz identities," Adv. Appl. Math. 46
(2011) 563575.
 (with J. McLaughlin) "On a pair of identities from Ramanujan's lost
notebook," Ann. Combin., 16 (2012) 581607.
 (with J. McLaughlin) "Polynomial generalizations of twovariable
Ramanujan type identities," Electronic J. Combin. 18(2)
(2011) #P15, 10 pp.
 (with D. Eichhorn and J. McLaughlin) "Hybrid proofs of the
qbinomial
theorem and other identities," Electronic J. Combin. 18(1)
(2011) #P60, 21 pp.
 "Compositions, partitions, and
Fibonacci numbers," The Fibonacci Quarterly 40 (2011) 348354.
 (with H. Wang) "On the maximal Wiener index and related questions,"
Discrete Appl. Math. 160 (2012) 16151623.
 (with D. Zeilberger) "Formulæ for the number of partitions of n into at
most m parts (using the quasipolynomial ansatz),"
Advances in Applied Mathematics, 48 (2012) 640645.
 (with D. Zeilberger) "Rademacher's infinite partial fraction conjecture
is (almost certainly) false,"
Journal of Difference Equations and Applications 19 (2013) 680689.
 (with H. Wang) "The minimal number of subtrees of a tree," Graphs and
Combinatorics 31 (2015) 255264.
 (with L. Lindroos and H. Wang) "Odd fibbinary numbers and the golden
ratio," Fibonacci Quarterly 52 (2014) 6165.
 (with Y. Choliy) "A formula for the partition fucntion that 'counts',"
Ann. Combin. 20 (2016) 301316.
 (with S. Kanade, J. Lepowsky, and M. C. Russell) "Ghost series and
a movtivated proof of the AndrewsBressoud identities," J. Combin.
Theory Ser. A 146 (2017) 3362.
 (with B. Hopkins, M. Shattuck, T. Thanatipanonda, and H. Wang)
"Parts and subword patterns in compositions," J. Combinatorics and Number
Theory 9 (2017) 114.
 "A classical qhypergeometric approach to the A_{2}
^{(2)} standard modules," Proceedings of the Alladi 60 Conference,
ed. G. E. Andrews and F. G. Garvan, Springer, 2018, 713731.
 (with Y. Choliy and L. W. Kolitsch) "Partition recurrences,"
Integers 18B (2018), paper A1, 15 pp.
 "MacMahon's partial fractions," Ann. Combin. 23 (2019)
10731086.
 (with C. W. Champ) "The exponential distribution analog of the
GrubbsWeaver method," Comm. Stat.: Theory and Methods, to appear
 "Integer partitions probability distributions," submitted.
 (with R. Schneider) "The product of parts or 'norm' of a partition,"
Integers, to appear.
 (with R. Schneider) "Analysis and combinatorics of partition zeta
functions," Int. J. Number Theory, to appear.
BOOK (Author)
 A. V. Sills, An Invitation to the RogersRamanujan Identities, CRC
Press, 2017.
 A. V. Sills, An Invitation to the RogersRamanujan Identities,
Japanese translation of the English original, currently in preparation,
to be published by Kyoritsu Shuppan Co., Ltd.
EDITORIAL WORK
 Editor, Selected Works of George E. Andrews,
Imperial College Press, a division of World Scientific, 2013.

Guest Editor, Ramanujan Journal 13 (2013) 1238,
Special issue in honor of
Mourad Ismail and Dennis Stanton; Proceedings of
qSeries 2011: an International Conference on qSeries, Partitions, and Special
Functions, held at Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA, March 1416, 2011
 Editor, Asimov Does the Math!, an annotated collection of
essays on elementary mathematics written by the late Dr. Isaac Asimov.
Has received positive reviews from the editorial staff of the Dover
Publications Aurora Series. Dover is currently negotiating for
publication rights with the agents of the Estate of Isaac Asimov.
 Revised section on integer partitions for the second edition of
Handbook of Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics, CRC Press,
2017.
 Editor, Selected Works of George E. Andrews, Volume 2,
in preparation, under contract with World Scientific.
EXTERNALLY FUNDED GRANTS
 A. Sills, PI; S. B. Damelin, CoPI: "qSeries: 2011: an
International Conference on qseries, Partitions, and Special Functions,"
National Science Foundation Grant DMS 1100964, February 1, 2011January 31, 2013.
 A. Sills, "Computer Assisted Research in Additive and Combinatorial Number Theory and Allied Areas," National Security Agency Standard Research Grant
H982301410159,
20142015.
INVITED CONFERENCE TALKS
 "Computer Algebra and RogersRamanujan Type Identities,"
Special session in Special Functions and qseries,
AMS/MAA Joint Meetings (no. 983),
Baltimore, MD, January 16, 2003.
 "A Combinatorial Proof of a Partition Identity of Andrews and Stanley,"
Special session in qseries,
AMS sectional meeting (no. 984), Baton Rouge, LA,
March 15, 2003.
 "RogersRamanujanBailey Type Identities,"
Conference on Additive Number Theory, University of Florida,
Gainesville, November 17, 2004.
 "RogersRamanujanSlater Type Identities,"
MaineQuébec Number Number Theory Conference, University of Maine,
Orono, ME,
October 1, 2005. (30 minutes)
 "Multiparameter Bailey Pairs and RogersRamanujanSlater Type Identities,"
Special session on Theory of Infinite Dimensional Lie Algebras,
Vertex Operator Algebras, and Related Topics,
AMS Sectional Meeting (no. 1009),
AnnandaleonHudson, NY, October 9, 2005.
 "A Partition Bijection Related to the RogersSelberg Identities,"
MaineQuébec Number Number Theory Conference,
Université Laval,
Québec City, Canada, October 1, 2006.
 "Disturbing the Dyson Conjecture (in a GOOD Way),"
Special Session on Experimental Mathematics,
AMS/MAA Joint Meetings (no. 1023), New Orleans, LA, January 5, 2007.
 "Identities of the RamanujanSlater type,"
Integers Conference 2007, University of West Georgia,
Carrollton, GA, October 26, 2007.
 "A Partition Bijection Relating the RogersSelberg Identities
to a Special Case of Gordon's Theorem," Conference on Partitions,
qSeries and
Modular Forms, University of Florida, Gainesville, March 12, 2008
 "Computer Algebra and Rademacher Type Partition Formulas,"
Combinatory Analysis 2008: A Conference in Honor of
George Andrews' 70th Birthday, Pennsylvania State University,
State College, PA, December 5, 2008.
 "Computer Algebra and Rademacher Type Partition Formulas,"
PANTS IX (Palmetto Number Theory Series), Clemson University,
February 8, 2009. (30 minutes)
 "A new look at some partition theorems of Göllnitz,"
Conference on Quadratic Forms, Sums of Squares,
Theta Functions and Integral Lattices, University of Florida, March 14, 2009.
 "A new look at the partition identities of Göllnitz,"
Special Session on Applications of Algebraic and
Geometric Combinatorics, AMS Southeast Sectional Meeting (no. 1048),
Raleigh, NC,
April 4, 2009.
 "Rademacher's Infinite Partial Fractions Conjecture is (Almost Certainly)
False," Rademacher 125 Conference, University of Florida, Gainesville, November 5, 2012.
 "Rademacher's Infinite Partial Fractions Conjecture is (Almost Certainly)
False," AMS Special Session on the influence of Ramanujan at his 125th birthday, AMSMAA Joint Meetings in San Diego, CA, January 10, 2013.
 "A Formula for the Partition Function that 'Counts',"
Special Session on Partitions, qseries, and Modular Forms,
AMSMAA Joint Meetings in San Antonio, TX, January 10, 2015.
 "RogersRamanujan type identities," Minisymposium on the
Legacy of Ramanujan, in the 13th International Meeting on Orthogonal
Polynomials and Special Functions,
National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD, June 2, 2015.
 "RogersRamanujan type partition identities,"
Joint Meetings of the AMS and MAA, Atlanta, GA, January 6, 2017.
 "MacMahon's partial fractions," Invited Plenary Speaker,
Combinatory Analysis 2018: A Conference in Honor of George Andrews'
80th Birthday, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA,
June 22, 2018.
 "The exponential analog of the GrubbsWeaver method," miniconference
in honor of the 70th birthday of Charles W. Champ, Georgia Southern
University, Statesboro campus, September 21, 2018.
 "The exponential analog of the GrubbsWeaver method,"
Joint Meetings of the AMS and MAA, Baltimore, MD, January 19, 2019.
 "The product of parts of partitions," AMS Spring Southeastern
Sectional Meeting, Auburn University, Auburn, AL, March 16, 2019.
 "RogersRamanujan type identities: old and new," Invited plenary
speaker, Analytic and Combinatorial Number Theory: the Legacy of
Ramanjan, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, June 7, 2019
 "MacMahon partial fractions and partition zeta functions,"
Special Session in Partition Theory and Related Topics,
AMS Southeast Sectional Meeting, Gainesville, FL, November
23, 2019.

"Finite RogersRamanujan type identities,"
AMS Special Session on Experimental and Computer
Assisted Mathematics, AMSMAA Joint Mathematics Meetings, Denver, CO,
January 1518, 2020.
INVITED MINICOURSE
Invited lecturer, minicourse, workshop: "qseries, quantum modular forms,
and representation theory," Kyoto University (Japan), June 15, 2020.
CONTRIBUTED CONFERENCE TALKS

"RogersRamanujan Toolkit for Maple," East Coast Computer Algebra Day,
Queens, NY, May 18, 2002.
 "On the RogersSelberg Identities and Gordon's Theorem,"
Southeast Regional Meeting On Numbers, University of North Carolina
at Greensboro, April 18, 2009.
 "Identities of the RamanujunSlater Type," SERMON 2010, Davidson College, Davidson, NC, April 17, 2010.
 "All I Really Need To Know, I Learned From Dr. Z," Conference in Honor
of Doron Zeilberger's 60th Birthday, Rutgers University,
Piscataway, NJ, May 28, 2010.
 "A Formula for the Partition Function that 'Counts' ,"
PANTS XXIII, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, December 6, 2014.
 "Parts and subword patterns in compositions,"
PANTS XXIV, Emory University, Atlanta, GA,
September 12, 2015.
 "Eulertype partition recurrences," INTEGERS 2016 conference, University of West Georgia, Carrollton, GA, October 8, 2016.
 "The Exponential analog of the GrubbsWeaver method,"
INTEGERS 2018 conference, Augusta, GA, October 5, 2018.
SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATION AT A CONFERENCE

"The RRtools Maple package," Special Functions in the Digital Age, IMA
Workshop, Minneapolis, MN, July 29, 2002.
MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT COLLOQUIA
 "An Algorithmic Approach to RogersRamanujan Type Identities,"
University of South Florida, November 22, 2002.
 "Integer Partitions and Identities of the RogersRamanujan Type,"
Kent State University, February 17, 2006.
 "RogersRamanujanSlater Type Identitites,"
West Chester University, October 4, 2006.
 "Polynomial Generalizations of qSeries Identities,"
Georgia Southern University, October 15, 2007.
 "Maximizing the Wiener Index," Georgia Southern University,
August 27, 2010.
 "A Revival of Sylvester's Wave Theory of Partitions," Georgia Southern
University, September 15, 2011
 "A Formula for the Partition Function that 'Counts'," Georgia Southern
University, August 29, 2014
RESEARCH TALKS PRESENTED IN SEMINARS
 "Computer Explorations of RogersRamanujan Type Identities,"
Penn State Partitions Seminar. Part 1: April 19, 2001; Part 2:
May 3, 2001.
 "Maple and Mathematica for Research in qseries," Penn State
Partitions Seminar, September 6, 2001.
 "Computer Proofs and the WZ method," Penn State Partitions
Seminar, September 13, 2001.
 "The Colorful Combinatorics of Lebesgue's Identity," Penn State
Partitions Seminar, November 2001.
 "Bijections for Certain Equivalent Partition Ideals of Order 1,"
University of Florida Number Theory Seminar, June 18, 2002.
 "Bijective Proofs for Some Equivalent Partition Ideals,"
Ohio State University Combinatorics Seminar, August 22, 2002.
 "A Combinatorial Proof of a Partition Identity of Andrews and Stanley,"
Penn State Partitions Seminar, March 6, 2003.
 "Computer Algebra and RogersRamanujan," Rutgers Experimental
Mathematics Seminar, September 25, 2003.
 "A RogersRamanujan Computer Search," Rutgers Experimental Mathematics
Seminar, February 12, 2004.
 "RogersRamanujanBailey Identities,"
University of Pennsylvania Combinatorics Seminar,
November 9, 2004.
 "Disturbing the Dyson Conjecture (in a GOOD Way)," Rutgers Experimental
Mathematics Seminar, March 10, 2005.
 "Disturbing the Dyson Conjecture (in a generally GOOD Way),"
Rutgers Experimental Mathematics Seminar, October 27, 2005.
 "Polynomial Generalizations of RogersRamanujan Type Identities,"
Binghamton University Algebra Seminar, December 6, 2005.
 "Integer Partitions and Identities of RogersRamanujan Type,"
University of Akron, March 16, 2006.
 "RogersRamanujan Type Identities and Partitions,"
Penn State Partitions Seminar, June 28, 2005.
 "Integer Partitions and Identities of RogersRamanujan Type,"
Georgia Southern University, November 30, 2006.
 "On Dyson's qSeries Identities," Rutgers Experimental
Mathematics Seminar, February 22, 2007.
 "Finding Polynomial Generalizations of qSeries Identities,"
Clemson University Algebra and Discrete Mathematics
Seminar, September 27, 2007.
 "A Generalization of the EulerGlaisher Bijection," North Carolina
State University Algebra and Combinatorics Seminar, September 26, 2008.
 "A Generalization of the EulerGlaisher Bijection,"
University of South Carolina Number Theory Seminar, February 25, 2009.
 "Instances of Gordon's Theorem Have Been Hiding in Slater's List!"
University of Florida Graduate Number Theory Seminar, March 16, 2010.
 "Maximizing the Wiener Index," Rutgers Experimental Mathematics Seminar,
October 7, 2010.
 "A Revival of Sylvester's Wave Theory of Partitions," Rutgers/DIMACS Summer
Seminar Series, July 11, 2011.
 "Rademacher's Infinite Partial Fraction Conjecture," Georgia Southern
Discrete Mathematics Seminar, February 1, 2012.
 "Rademacher's Infinite Partial Fraction Conjecture is (almost certainly)
False," University of Florida Number Theory Seminar, March 22, 2012.
 "Maximizing the Wiener Index,"
Georgia Southern Discrete Mathematics Seminar, March 28, 2012.
 "A Generalization of the EulerGlaisher Bijection,"
Discrete Mathematics Seminar, Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah, GA, September 11, 2012.
 "A Formula for the Partition Function that 'counts',"
Discrete Mathematics Seminar, Armstrong Atlantic State University,
Savannah, GA, April 22, 2014.
 "MacMahon's Partial Fractions,"
Partitions and Combinatorics Seminar, Pennsylvania State University, June 9, 2015.
 "Generalizations of the EulerGlaisher bijection," Emory University
Algebra Seminar, November 3, 2015.
 "A formula for the partition function that 'counts'," University of
Illinois Number Theory Seminar, April 27, 2017
 "MacMahon's partial fractions," University of Illinois Student Number
Theory Seminar, April 27, 2017
 "Using number theory and combinatorial optimization to solve
a problem in statistics,"
Experimental Mathematics Seminar, Rutgers University,
October 25, 2018.
 "Partitions, compositions, and MacMahon's partial fractions,"
Augusta University Mathematics Seminar, Augusta, GA, January 25, 2019.

"The partition probability distribution," Statistics seminar,
Georgia Southern University, Statesboro campus, March 1, 2019.
LIST OF COURSES TAUGHT
Have taught essentially all college mathematics
courses from the remedial level through the sophomore level, including:

Developmental Mathematics

Introductory, Intermediate, and College Algebra

Trigonometry

Finite Mathematics
 PreCalculus

Business Calculus

Calculus and Analytic Geometry I & II

Mathematics for Elementary Education Majors
 Multivariable Calculus
 Introductory Linear Algebra
 Elementary Differential Equations
as well as three levels of elementary statistics:

Introductory Statistics

Intermediate Statistics

Probability and Statistics for Engineers (Calc II prerequisite)
and the following junior/senior level courses:
 Introduction to Proofs
 History of Mathematics
 Linear Optimization
 Number Theory
 Modern Algebra I & II
 Introductory Complex Analysis
 Mathematical Theory of Statistics
 Combinatorics and Graph Theory
 Individual Study in Mathematics (reading course)
and the advanced graduate courses:
 Analytic Number Theory
 Applied Nonparametric Statistics
UNDERGRADUATE ADVISING
 Served as comentor, along with Doron Zeilberger, for REU
student Sterling Stein, Summer 2003
 Served as mentor to Rutgers Undergraduate Research Fellow
Yuriy Choliy in the R.E.U. program, Summer 2004
 Math 494, Individual Study in Mathematics: a reading course
for Rutgers undergraduate Slava Kiria
on Integer Partitions (G.E. Andrews and K. Erickson),
Spring 2007
 Served as mentor for Christine Bowman in the undergraduate
seminar program, Spring 2008.
 James Diffenderfer, "Restricted Compositons," Spring 2011.
 Elizabeth Hawkins, "Highly composite numbers", Fall 2017Fall2018.
GRADUATE ADVISING
 Michael Hammock, M.S., Georgia Southern University, December 2009
 Vyacheslav KiriaKaiserberg, M.S., Georgia Southern University, May 2011
 Linus Lindroos, M.S., Georgia Southern University, December 2012
 James Diffenderfer, M.S., Georgia Southern University, May 2013
 Yiran Zhang, M.S., Georgia Southern University, August 2014
(coadvised with Charles Champ)
 Nicolas Smoot, M.S., Georgia Southern University, May 2016.
SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION

Have served as referee for
 Acta Arithmetica
 Advances in Applied Mathematics
 Advances in Mathmatics
 Annals of Combinatorics
 Applicable Analysis and Discrete Mathematics
 Ars Combinatoria
 Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society
 Computers and Mathematics with Applications
 Discrete Mathematics
 Electronic Journal of Combinatorics
 European Journal of Combinatorics
 Fibonacci Quarterly
 Forum Mathematicum
 Indian Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics
 International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences
 International Journal of Number Theory
 International Mathematics Research Notices
 Involve
 Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series A
 Journal of the Indian Mathematical Society
 Journal of the Korean Mathematical Society
 Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications
 Journal of Number Theory
 New Zealand Journal of Mathematics
 Portugaliae Mathematica
 Quaestiones Mathematicae
 Ramanujan Journal
 Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics
 Transactions of the American Mathematial Society

Reviewer for Math Reviews, 2003present (60+ reviews published to date)
 Coorganizer (with Michael Mossinghoff, Davidson College) special
session in combinatorial number theory, MAA southeast section meeting,
Charleston, SC, March 28, 2008.
 Principal Organizer, qSeries 2011: an International Conference
on Partitions, qSeries, and Special Functions.
March 1416, 2011 at Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA.
 AMS Library Committee, 20112014.
 MAA Polya Prize Committee, 20122015.
 Coorganizer (with Frank Garvan, University of Florida) special session
on Experimental Mathematics, AMS Southeast Section Meeting, Athens, GA,
March 56, 2016.
DEPARTMENTAL SERVICE

At Penn State Department of Mathematics
 Served on examination writing committee for calculus sequence,
20002002
(chairmanship for Spring 2002 and Fall 2002 final exams)

Secretary for Partitions Seminar, 20012002
 Rutgers University Department of Mathematics
 Cofounder and Coorganizer of the Rutgers/DIMACS Experimental Mathematics Seminar, 20032007
 Georgia Southern University Department of Mathematical Sciences
 Search Committees
 Member, Tenuretrack assistant professor search committee,
200809 and 20122013
 Member, Department Chair Search Committee, 201415
 Chair, Tenuretrack assistant professor of mathematics
search committee, 201617
 Chair, Tenuretrack assistant professor of statistics and
lecturer of statistics search committees, 201718
 Member, Tenuretrack assistant professor of mathematics and
tenuretrack assistant professor of statistics search committees,
Armstrong campus, 20182019
 Standing Committes
 Colloquium Committee,
20072009, 20112012.
 Math Tournament Committee, 20072008
 Curriculum committee, 200810
 Graduate Coordingating Committee, 200814
 Elections Committee: Member, 201112, 2019; Chair, 201516
 Grants and Scholarships committee, 201113
 Posttenure Review Committee, 201314
 Hosting of Distinguished Lecturers
 George Andrews, March 31April 1, 2008
 Frank Morgan, March 2223, 2010
 Ken Ono, April 19, 2012
 Richard Stanley, October 1718, 2013
 Doron Zeilberger, March 2324, 2017
 Course coördination
 Coördinator, Math 1113 Precalculus, Fall 2009.
 Coördinator, Math 2242 Calculus II, Spring 2011.
 Other departmental service
 Library representative, 2008present
 Calculus textbook selection committee, Spring 2010
 Cofounder and coorganizer, Discrete Math Seminar, 201215
COLLEGE SERVICE College of Science and Mathematics, Georgia Southern
 Chair, Task Force for investigating the proposal of
an interdisciplinary Ph.D. program in applied sciences and mathematics,
2016
 Leader, Computational Sciences Group, 2016
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
American Mathematical Society, since 1993.
Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science
(DIMACS), 20032007, 2010present.
Mathematical Association of America, 19982017.
American Statistical Association, 19992001, 2017.
HONORS AND AWARDS
Phi Eta Sigma freshman honor society, 1986
Golden Key National Honor Society, 1988
Pi Mu Epsilon Mathematics Honor Society, 1988
Phi Beta Kappa, 1988
B.A. conferred "with Honors," 1989
Faculty Academic Service Increment (awarded in recognition of the
quality of service to Rutgers University), 2005
Faculty Academic Service Increment, 2006
Faculty Academic Service Increment, 2007
EMPLOYMENT OUTSIDE ACADEMIA
Actuarial Assistant, Insurance Services Office, New York, NY, 19901992
Last update: December 12, 2019.