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Dr. Colton Magnant

Faculty Member

College of Information and Mathematical Sciences


After graduating with a Ph.D. from Emory in 2008, Colton pursued a 2-year post-doc at Lehigh University and then spent 7 years at Georgia Southern University before joining Clayton State University in Fall of 2018.


Ph D, Mathematics, Emory University, 2008

Intellectual Contributions

Vincent Coll, Alexander Halperin, Colton R. Magnant, Pouria Salehi Nowbandegani, Enomoto and Ota’s conjecture holds for large graphs 2018

Haibo Wu, Colton R. Magnant, Gallai-Ramsey numbers for monochromatic triangles or 4-cycles, Graphs and Combinatorics – 2018

Colton R. Magnant, Daniel M Martin, Pouria Salehi Nowbandegani, Monochromatic subgraphs in the absence of a properly colored 4-cycle, Graphs and Combinatorics – 2018

Xueliang Li, Colton R. Magnant, Zhongmei Qin, Proper Connection of Graphs, SpringerBriefs in Mathematics – 2018

Vincent Coll, Matthew Hyatt, Colton R. Magnant, The unbroken spectrum of type-A Frobenius seaweeds, Journal of Algebraic Combinatorics – 2018


Colton R. Magnant, New Gallai-Ramsey numbers, International Conference on Graphs, Artificial Intelligence and Complex Networks July 2018

Service to the University & University System of Georgia

Department, Assessment Committee, Committee Chair –  August 2018 to Present

Service to the Profession

Editor, Journal Editor, Theory and Applications of Graphs Summer 2014 to Present