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Dr. Scott Bailey

Associate Professor


Office: James M. Baker University Center UC-332

College of Information and Mathematical Sciences
ScottBailey@clayton.edu

Biography

After receiving my Ph.D. in Mathematics from Northwestern University in 2008, I was a Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics at the University of Rochester (Rochester, NY). In 2011, I was hired at Clayton State University as an Assistant Professor of Mathematics in the College of Information and Mathematical Sciences. My research interests include: algebraic topology (homotopy theory), dynamical systems, data analysis, machine learning

Education

BA, Mathematics, Cornell University, 2002

Ph D, Mathematics, Northwestern University, 2008

Awards and Honors

Alice J. Smith Faculty Award, Clayton State University, Award, 2016

Jimmy Easley University Professorship, Clayton State University Foundation, Award, 2016

Making Things Better Award, Clayton State University, Award, 2014

Faculty Award for Excellence in Service, College of Information & Mathematical Sciences, Award, 2016

Outstanding Graduate Teacher Award, Northwestern University, Weinberg College of Arts & Sciences, Award, 2008

Intellectual Contributions

Scott Bailey, Nicolas Ricka, On the Tate spectrum of tmf at the prime 2, Mathematische Zeitschrift/Springer – July 31 2018

Antoinette R. Miller, Keith Miller, Scott Bailey, Margaret Fletcher, Antoinette S. France-Harris, Sipai Klein, Maria Vickery, Partnering Academics and Community Engagement: A Quality Enhancement Plan for a Diverse and Non-Traditional University, Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship – October 1 2019

Scott Bailey, Christian Barrientos, Operations with mean graphs, Congressus Numerantium/Utilitas Mathematica Publishing, Inc. –

Elliot Krop, Christopher Raridan, Michael Dancs, Christian Barrientos, Scott Bailey, Keith Driscoll, David B Williams, Some new bounds for edge-magic graphs, Congressus Numerantium/Utilitas Mathematica Publishing, Inc. –

Contracts, Grants, and Sponsored Research

Scott Bailey, Preparation for Industrial Careers in Mathematical Sciences, Mathematical Association of America, Federal, 5500.00, Funded –  May 2018 to August 2019

Presentations

Scott Bailey, Modules and splittings, 2017 Lloyd Roeling UL Lafayette Mathematics Conference: Topology, University of Louisiana / Lafayette –  November 10 2017

Scott Bailey, Toward a splitting of the Tate spectrum of tmf, Topology Seminar, Wayne State University –  October 2 2012

Scott Bailey, Christian Barrientos, Operations with mean graphs, Forty-Fourth Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing, Florida Atlantic University –  March 6 2013

Scott Bailey, How to Tame a Dragon, Math Colloquium, Southern Polytechnic State University –  October 29 2012

Scott Bailey, Calculating!, Math and Snacks, Dalton State College –  April 10 2012

Service to the University & University System of Georgia

University, Faculty Senate, Committee Member, Fall 2017 , Spring 2020

, 2017 Lloyd Roeling UL Lafayette Mathematics Conference: Topology Organizing Committee, Committee Chair, Fall 2016 , Fall 2017

, ICTCM 2017 Program Committee, Committee Member, Fall 2016 , Spring 2017

University, Making Things Better Award Committee, Committee Member, December 2015 , February 2016

College, CIMS Community Engagement Committee, Committee Member, Fall 2013 , Spring 2014

University, University Strategic Planning Committee , Committee Member, Spring 2016

University, University Curriculum Committee, Committee Member, Fall 2012 , Spring 2015

University, Academic Conference Committee, Committee Member, Fall 2016 , Spring 2017

University, QEP Steering Committee , Committee Member, Fall 2012 , Spring 2014

University, PACE Implementation Committee, Committee Member, Summer 2014 , Summer 2017

University, PACE Course Task Force, Other, Spring 2018