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2000-2002 Activity Report for Arthur M. Hobbs



Professor
Department of Mathematics
(979) 845-3250
hobbs@math.tamu.edu
http://www.math.tamu.edu/~arthur.hobbs/index.html

Contents


Personal and Service

Extra-University Activities

Reviewing and Refereeing

Refereed for these journals:
Ars Combinatoria (two times);
Bulletin of The Institute of Combinatorics and its Applications (two times);
Discrete Applied Mathematics (five times);
Discrete Mathematics (five times);
Journal of Graph Theory (one time);

Refereed for these agencies
Math Reviews (3 times).

University Activities

  • Chaired organizing committee for Workshop on Plagiarism, held on April 16, 2002.

    College Activities

    Departmental Activities


    Teaching

    Regularly Scheduled Classes Taught

    Graduate Students Supervised


    Research Projects

    Hamiltonian Cycles

    Uniform Density

    Graph Families

    Fibonacci Graphs


    Presentations

    Research Conference Talks

    20 minute sessions :
    Quadrennial Conference on Graph Theory, , Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan June, 2000
    Funding source: self and department. Talk title: Graph families
    Chairing Session
    Quadrennial Conference on Graph Theory, , Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan June, 2000
    Funding source: self and department.
    20 minute special session,
    Southeastern Conference on Graph Theory, Combinatorics, and Computing Science, , Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana February - March, 2001
    Funding source: self and department. Talk title: Graph families

    Colloquium Talks

    Seminar Talk

    "Hamiltonian cycles in plane cubic graphs" 18 October 2002

    Publications


    Honors and Awards

    None.

    Additional Activities

    Papers Produced

    Curriculum reform

    Recently, the Faculty Senate passed a requirement, to become effective in the 2006 catalog, that each degree program would require two writing courses in the major field of every student. Normally the departments will provide these courses as portions of the courses required of their majors. The courses will be designated as W-Courses. I am working on reformulating Math 220 as a W-Course.

    Student services


    Grants and Contracts

    None.