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Michelle LeMasurier


Michelle LeMasurier
Michelle LeMasurier

Associate Professor of Mathematics

Christian A. Johnson Hall 121
315-859-4418

Michelle LeMasurier recently published “Topological Conjugacy for a Class of Substitution Minimal Sets,” with Ethan Coven, Andrew Dykstra and Mike Keane, in Indigationes Mathematica and “A Simple Proof of a Theorem of Cobham,” with Andrew Dykstra and Ethan Coven, in the Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics. In 2006, LeMasurier received The Class of 1963 Excellence in Teaching Award, which was established in 1988 to recognize one Hamilton faculty member each year who demonstrates extraordinary commitment to teaching. She received her doctorate from the University of Georgia and joined the Hamilton faculty in 2001.

Recent Courses Taught

Differential Equations I and II
Linear Algebra
Complex Analysis
Senior Seminar in Dynamics
Calculus II
Multivariable Calculus

Research Interests

Dynamical systems, topological dynamics, substitution minimal systems

Distinctions

  • Class of 1963 Excellence in Teaching Award, 2006
  • Graduate School Merit Enhancement Scholarship, 1996-97
  • Department of Mathematics Excellence in Teaching by a Graduate Assistant Award, 1995
  • Department of Mathematics Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award, 1994

Selected Publications

  • “Topological Conjugacy for a Class of Substitution Minimal Sets” with Ethan Coven, Andrew Dykstra and Mike Keane (Indigationes Mathematica, June 2014)
  • "A Simple Proof of a Theorem of Cobham” with Andrew Dykstra and Ethan Coven (Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics, June 2014)
  • “A Characterization of the Morse Minimal Set Up to Topological Conjugacy” with Ethan Coven and Mike Keane (Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems, May 2008)
  • “Closed Relations and Equivalence Classes of Quasicontinuous Functions” with Annalisa Crannell and Marc Frantz (Real Analysis Exchange, August. 2006)
  • “Nonstandard Topics for Student Presentations in Differential Equations” (PRIMUS, Dec. 2006)

College Service

  • Speaking Advisory Committee, 2014-present
  • Posse mentor for Boston Posse 12, 2012 - present
  • Elected member of Committee on Admission and Financial Aid, 2010-14
  • Organizer of Colloquia for the Math Department, 2012-present
  • Member of the Kirkland Endowment Advisory Committee, 2011-present
  • Faculty team affiliate for Women’s Lacrosse Team, 2008-present
  • Member of the Harassment and Sexual Misconduct Board, 2007-09; chair, 2008-09
  • Elected member of Committee on Academic Standing, 2006-09
  • Faculty co-advisor to Rainbow Alliance, fall 2006-present
  • Elected member of Appeals Board, 2003-06

Professional Affiliations

American Mathematical Society
Mathematical Association of America

Appointed to the Faculty: 2001

Educational Background

Ph.D., University of Georgia, Athens
M.A., Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University
B.A., University of Colorado

Personal Interests

Skiing, hiking, gardening, travel and anything outdoors

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