Department of Mathematics & Statistics 1432 Lederle Graduate Research Tower University of Massachusetts Amherst Amherst, Massachusetts 01003-4515 (413)545-2762, -2839 stmary@math.umass.edu |
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1968 1964 1962 |
University of Nebraska, Ph.D. (Mathematics) University of Kansas, M.A. McNeese State College (Louisiana), B.S. |
2002 | University of Massachusetts Amherst, Professor Emeritus |
1994-2002 | Department Head, Department of Mathematics & Statistics |
1983 | University of Massachusetts Amherst, Professor |
1989 | Yale University, Computer Science Department, Visiting Fellow (Spring) |
1983,84,87 | Navy/ASEE Summer Faculty Research Associate |
1983-87 | Naval Underwater Systems Center, New London, CT, Consultant |
1976-83 | University of Massachusetts Amherst, Associate Professor |
1983 | Yale University, Computer Science Department, Visiting Fellow (Spring) |
1975-76 | University of Oklahoma, Visiting Faculty |
1968-76 | University of Massachusetts Amherst, Assistant Professor |
1967-68 | Iowa State University, Instructor |
1966-67 | University of Nebraska, Instructor |
Numerical Analysis, Numerical Solutions of Partial Differential Equations, Scientific Computation, Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations, Underwater Acoustics. |
Sept. 1981-Feb. 1985 | "Oscillation of linear self-adjoint differential systems," NSF Research Grant, $54,000. |
Extended to Feb. 1987 | $45,000. |
June 1985-June 1986 | "A computational and analytic study of parabolic and elliptic models for wide angle underwater acoustic wave propagation in two and three dimensions," ONR Research Grant, $62,000 (with G. Knightly). |
Renewed to June 1987 | $72,000. |
Feb. 1988-Jan. 1989 | "Computational Acoustics", ONR Research Contract, $56,900. |
Extensions to Feb 1994 | $60,000, $62,240, $65,000, $68,000, $35,000. |
1991 | "Workstation Support for Computational Acoustics", ONR, $14,600. |
Summer 1992-1997 | "Science Enrichment Program", residential summer science program for high school students from underrepresented minority and underserved populations, National Cancer Institute, $3,005,173. |
1994-1997 | New England Board of Higher Education Doctoral Scholars Program, $67,500. |
1999-2004 | "Alliances for Graduate Education and the Professoriate" (formerly "Minority Graduate Education") One of four principal science Co-PIs; Provost is the NSF mandated PI, NSF, $2.5M. |
2000-2002 | "Computer Science, Engineering, and Mathematics Scholarships (CSEMS)," NSF, $220,000 (with D. Barrington, S. Ergas, C. Poli, K. Rubin). |
Extended to 2004 | $275,000. |
2002-2006 | "A Comprehensive Scholarship Program in Support of the Development of the High-Technology Workforce of the United States," NSF (CSEMS), $400,000 (with D. Barrington, S. Ergas, C. Poli, K. Rubin). |
2003-2007 | "A Comprehensive Scholarship Program to Support Students in High-Technology Majors," NSF (CSEMS), $400,000 Co-PI (with A. Lutenegger, PI, S. Ergas, C. Poli, K. Rubin). |