|Resume:||Kathi Crow [PDF 59KB]|
Dr. Crow joined Salem State University in 2010 after teaching at Gettysburg College and at the American University of Cairo (Egypt). She earned her Ph.D. in noncommutative ring theory in 2004 from UC Santa Barbara.
She is spending the 2016-2017 academic year at the University of Jordan as a Fulbright Scholar where she is teaching a graduate course on Leavitt path algebras and an undergraduate course on Modern Algebra. While in Jordan, she is also volunteering with refugees and learning about mathematics from the Middle East.
In addition to her research in noncommutative ring theory, Dr. Crow is interested in topics of diversity in mathematics including supporting women in math and the internationalization of mathematics. She started the North Shore Undergraduate Math Conference in 2010. The 7th annual conference will be held in April at Southern New Hampshire University.