William D. Taylor Assistant Professor Tennessee State University |
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Curriculum Vitae Research Statement I am an assistant professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Tennessee State University, and HBCU in Nashville, Tennessee. I began working at TSU in the Fall of 2018. I received my Ph.D. from the University of Arkansas, working under Mark Johnson. My disseration was titled Interpolating Between Multiplicities and ## ResearchMy research interest is in commutative algebra, specifically on singularities in positive characteristic, with a special interest in problems relating to My other mathematical interests include group theory and combinatorics. My Bachelor's thesis, " |