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    Dr. Mary Salter

    Professor of Computer Science

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    Education

    • Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
    • M.S., Loyola University, New Orleans, LA
    • B.A., The College of Steubenville, Steubenville, OH

    Professiona Experience

    • Adjunct Instructor, Graduate Education - University of Dayton, Steubenville Campus
    • Lecturer (part-time), Engineering Technologies -Jefferson Technical College, Steubenville, Ohio
    • 30 Years Teaching in Franciscan University's Mathematics Department

    Awards and Special Projects

    • Franciscan University Faculty Enhancement Grant
    • Sabbatical Leave - Mathematical Sciences Research Institute
    • Sabbatical Leave - began doctoral program in mathematics at the University of Pittsburgh
    • Summer Research Grant, Franciscan University of Steubenville, Multimedia Project
    • Ohio Coal Company, Faculty Internship Program, Computer Center

    Professional Organizations

    • Mathematics Association of America (MAA)
    • Mathematics Association of America, Ohio Section
    • American Mathematical Society (AMS)
    • Association of Women in Mathematics (AWM)

    Select Publications & Accomplishments

    • “Degree Theory, Properties and Applications” 
      "Degree Theory, Properties and Applications", Graduate Student Seminar, University of Pittsburgh

    • “Degree Theory for Compact Perturbations of Fredholm Index Zero Maps” 
      "Degree Theory for Compact Perturbations of Fredholm Index Zero Maps", Mathematics Department Colloquium Presentation, University of New Mexico

    • “How to Study Mathematics” 
      "How to Study Mathematics", Academic Survival Skills Series, Franciscan University

    • “A Degree Theory for Compact Perturbations of Proper C 1 Fredholm Mappings of Index 0, Abstract and Applied Analysis 707-731” 
      Rabier, Patrick J. and Salter, Mary F., A Degree Theory for Compact Perturbations of Proper C 1 Fredholm Mappings of Index 0, Abstract and Applied Analysis 707-731

    • “Using Math to Turn the Lights Out” 
      "Using Math to Turn the Lights Out", FUS Mathematics Society