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Matthew D. Salomone

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Work experience

Bridgewater State University Sep 2015 — Present

Associate Professor
Chairperson, Department of Mathematics (2017–present)
  Launched "Math Boot Camp" program to support students' developmental mathematics
Director, Math Services (2009–2017)
  Director of mathematics tutoring and structured learning assistance programs
  Coordinator of curriculum and instruction for developmental mathematics
Coordinator, Quantity Across the Curriculum (2013–2017)
  Coordinate faculty development across disciplines on quantitative reasoning
  Assist with university-wide assessment of students' quantitative skills
  (2012) BSU Presidential Award for Excellence in Collaboration to Improve Teaching, with S. Sheriff

Bridgewater State University Sep 2009 — Aug 2015

Assistant Professor • Director, Math Services
Co-investigator, STREAMS STEM retention grant (NSF-STEP), 2009-2014

  Designed and oversaw Bartlett College of Science & Mathematics' structured learning assistance program 

Bates College Sep 2008 — June 2009

Visiting Assistant Professor
Designed series of applied projects for numerical analysis course

University of Arizona Sep 2006 — June 2008

Teaching Postdoctoral Fellow
Co-coordinator, Undergraduate Teaching Assistant program

Co-coordinator, Mathematics Instruction Colloquium

Education

Ph.D., Mathematics Sep 2001 — June 2006

Northwestern University
Dissertation: Quasi-Periodic Continuation Along a Continuous Symmetry
Adviser: Zhihong Jeff Xia

2005 Outstanding Graduate Student Teacher
Teaching Consultant, Searle Center for Teaching Excellence

B.A., Integrated Science Program Sep 1998 — June 2001

Northwestern University
Also majored in Mathematics
Magna cum laude, departmental honors
Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Chapter of Illinois

Publications

Parsons, A., Salomone, M. and Smith, B. (2018). Going Public: What Institutional Moments Bring Everyone to the Table? MAA Notes, forthcoming.

Salomone, M. and Kling, T. (2016). Required Peer-Cooperative Learning Improves Retention of STEM Majors. Journal of STEM Education, under review.

Salomone, M. and Bjorge, K. (2016). Building Effective Quantitative and Math Faculty Development. In M. Schuckers, G. Coulomb, M. O'Neill. (Eds.) Handbook for Quantitative and Mathematics Support Centers. University of South Florida Scholar Commons, online version available at http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/qmasc_handbook/

Kling, T. and Salomone, M. (2015). Creating a Peer-Led Cooperative Learning Program to Improve STEM Retention. Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning 47 (6), 42-50.

Salomone, M. and Marcotte, J. (2014). Loxodromic Spirals in M.C. Escher's ''Sphere Surface.'' Journal of Humanistic Mathematics 4 (2), 25-46. 



Salomone, M. (2013). Exploring Abstract Algebra II. YouTube lecture series, Creative Commons licensed. 57 videos, 11 hours total runtime.



Burgiel, H. and Salomone, M. (2012). Logarithmic Spirals and Projective Geometry in M.C. Escher's ``Path of Life III.'' Journal of Humanistic Mathematics 2 (1), 22-35.



Salomone, M. (2011). Disenfractioned: How a Blind Spot for Fractions May Be a Hindrance to Democracy. Bridgewater Review 30 (2), 24-27.



Salomone, M. and Xia, Z. (2005). Non-planar Minimizers and Rotational Symmetry in the N-body Problem. Journal of Differential Equations 215, 1-15. 

Presentations

(2017, 2018) Salomone, M. Building Quantitative Literacy Across the Curriculum. AMCOA Annual Assessment Conference, Massachusetts Department of Higher Education, Westborough, Mass.

(2015) Kling, T., Salomone, M., Waratuke, S. Convincing your Colleagues to Adopt a Common Intra-Departmental Peer-Cooperative Learning Program. AACU/PKAL Crossing Boundaries: Transforming STEM Education, Seattle, Wash.


(2014) Arndt, M., Boeing, J., Salomone, M., Slotnick, R. Assessing Quantitative Reasoning Across the Core Curriculum. New England Educational Assessment Network Annual Conference, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Mass.

(2014) Kling, T., Salomone, M. Designing a Peer Cooperative Learning Program. New England Conference on Student Success, Amherst, Mass.

(2014) Kling, T., Salomone, M. From Data to Faculty Development: Locate, Understand, and Use Data for Institutional Change. Leading for Change Massachusetts Diversity Conference, Bridgewater, Mass.

(2014) Salomone, M. Numeracy from Practice to Theory: Using Interactive Case Studies. Lilly International Conference on Teaching & Learning, Bethesda, Md.

(2013) Salomone, M. and Torosyan, R. Seven Habits of Highly Numerate People (And So Can You!) 38th Annual POD Network Conference, Pittsburgh, Penn.

(2012) Cox, M., Salomone, M. and Sheriff, S. One Number, Many Voices: Quantity Across the Curriculum. Writing Across the Curriculum International Conference, Quinnipiac University, Hamden, Conn.

(2012) Kling, T., Salomone, M. The Dynamics of Real-Time Course Correction in the Management of STEP Projects. National Science Foundation STEP Grant Conference, Washington, D.C.

(2010) Salomone, M. Beach Balls and Phony Universes: Geometric Methods in the Three-Body Problem. BSU/Stonehill/Wheaton Joint Mathematics Seminar, Stonehill College, Easton, Mass.

(2009) Salomone, M. Art, Mathematics, and Escher's Print Gallery. Bowdoin College Lunch Seminar, Brunswick, Maine.

(2008) Salomone, M. Using Writing to Teach Mathematics. UA Mathematics Instruction Colloquium, University of Arizona, Tucson, Ariz.

(2008) Salomone, M. Negative Curvature Problems in Lagrangian Dynamics. UA Geometry Seminar, University of Arizona, Tucson, Ariz.

(2005) Salomone, M. Constructing N-body Action Minimizers. Midwest Dynamical Systems Conference, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn.


Teaching Experience

Mathematics Major Courses
  • Linear Algebra
  • Multivariable Calculus
  • Abstract Algebra
  • Geometry & Topology
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Real & Complex Analysis
  • Numerical Analysis
  • Knot Theory
Nonmajors Courses
  • Algebra Readiness
  • Integrated Science & Mathematics
  • Applied Calculus for Business
  • Quantitative Methods for Management
  • Mathematics for Liberal Arts
  • Strategies for Math Success

Research Interests

Teaching & Learning
  • Quantitative Reasoning
  • Teaching and Technology
  • Faculty Development
Applied Geometry
  • Conformal Geometry & Art
  • Geometric Methods in Celestial Mechanics

Conference Service

Southeastern Massachusetts Quantitative Engagement & Literacy (SEQuEL)
  Conference Organizer, 2016–2017

Northeast Consortium on Quantitative Literacy (NECQL)
  Conference Organizer, 2014

Mathematical Association of America, Northeast Section (MAA/NES)
Program Committee, 2012

References

References available upon request.