**Professor of Mathematics**** | Mathematics**

Los Angeles, CA, UNITED STATES

Seaver College of Science and Engineering

Contact:

Phone: 310.338.5107

Email: Christina.Eubanks-Turner@lmu.edu

Office: University Hall 2714

Dr. Eubanks-Turner's interests are in commutative algebra, graph theory, mathematics education, and broadening participation in the mathematical sciences. Dr. Eubanks-Turner received her Ph.D. and M.S. from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2008 and 2004, respectively, and her B.S. degree from Xavier University of Louisiana in 2002. She joined the LMU faculty in 2013.

Phone: 310.338.5107

Email: Christina.Eubanks-Turner@lmu.edu

Office: University Hall 2714

Dr. Eubanks-Turner's interests are in commutative algebra, graph theory, mathematics education, and broadening participation in the mathematical sciences. Dr. Eubanks-Turner received her Ph.D. and M.S. from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2008 and 2004, respectively, and her B.S. degree from Xavier University of Louisiana in 2002. She joined the LMU faculty in 2013.

Ph.D., Mathematics

2008

M.S., Mathematics

2004

B.Sc., Mathematics

2002

- Education/Learning
- Research

Top Paper of 2018: Editor’s Choice, Awardee, PRIMUS Journal

2018-01-01“Women Who Count: Honoring African-American Women Mathematicians”, Featured Honoree, Sep. 2018

2018-09-01Named the Project NExT Fellow by the Mathematical Association of America.

2008-06-01Named the LA/MS Section Next Fellow by the Mathematical Association of America.

2009-03-01- American Mathematical Society (AMS)
- Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM)
- Mathematical Association of America (MAA)
- National Association of Mathematics (NAM)
- National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)
- Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE)

**Math Mamas** online

Math Mamas Blog

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EPISODE 21: CHRISTINA EUBANKS-TURNER Christina Eubanks-Turner, Associate Professor of Mathematics.

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Mathematically Gifter and Black Black History Month 2019 Honoree

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2011-09-09

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded the UL departments of Mathematics, and Curriculum & Instruction, a $127,449 grant for "The Louisiana Noyce Teaching Fellows/Master Teaching Fellows Planning Project" for undergraduate education.

view more**Invitation to Mathematics Conference** Houston, TX

2018-09-08

**MAA Session on Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching Grades 6-12 Mathematics, Joint Mathematics Meetings** San Diego, CA

2018-01-12

**Pacific Math Alliance Workshop, California State University Northridge** Northridge, CA

2017-10-07

**National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Research Conference** San Francisco, CA

2016-04-08

**National Science Foundation** $1,868,895

2012-07-01

Co-PI: Louisiana Mathematics Masters in the Middle (LaM3). DUE-1240054/

**Mathematical Sciences Research Institute** $2,000

2011-10-01

MSRI Math Circles Seed Grant, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute.

MATH 102: Quantitative Skills for the Modern World MATH 103: Quantitative Skills for the Modern World Lab MATH 104: Elementary Statistics MATH 106: Math for Elementary Teachers I MATH 107: Math for Elementary Teachers II MATH 112: Mathematical Analysis for Business II MATH 122: Calculus for the Life Sciences I MATH 190: Workshop in Mathematics I MATH 248: Introduction to Methods of Proof MATH 331: Elements of Group Theory MATH 366: Discrete Methods MATH 493/593: Seminar for Future and Current Math Educators MATH 490: History of Mathematics MATH 598: Methods of Proofs for Teachers MATH 598: Abstract Algebra for Secondary Teachers MATH 599: Number Theory & Algebra for Teachers

*The American Mathematical Society and The Mathematical Association of America*

C. Eubanks-Turner, It's Like a Jungle Sometimes it Makes Me Wonder How I Keep From Going Under..., Living Proof: Stories of Resilience Along the Mathematical Journey, The American Mathematical Society and The Mathematical Association of America, (2019), 131-133.

This essay was featured in the July 2019 AMS math mamas blog

*Mathematical Association of America (MAA) FOCUS*

S. Bryant, C. Eubanks-Turner, C. Moore, S. Reznikoff, J. Yu, Equity in Mathematics Education: Five Mathematicians Reflect on the 2018 PCMI Workshop, Mathematical Association of America (MAA) FOCUS, Vol. 38 (6), (2019), 16-18.

*Electronic Journal of Graph Theory and Applications*

C. Eubanks-Turner, A. Li, Interlace Polynomials of Friendship Graphs, Electronic Journal of Graph Theory and Applications, Vol. 6 (2), (2018), 269-281.

*Journal of Research in STEM Education*

D. Berube, C. Eubanks-Turner, E. Mosteig, T. Zachariah, A Tale of Two Programs: Broadening Participation of Underrepresented Students in STEM at Loyola Marymount University, Journal of Research in STEM Education, Vol. 4 (1), (2018), 13-22.

*Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics*

B. Baker Swart, K. Beck, S. Crook, C. Eubanks-Turner, H. Grundman, M. Mei, L. Zack, Fixed points of augmented generalized happy functions, Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics, Vol. 48 (1), (2018), 47-58.

*PRIMUS*

C. Eubanks-Turner, P. Beaulieu, N. Pal, Smooth Transition for Advancement to Graduate Education (STAGE) for Underrepresented Groups in Mathematical Sciences Pilot Project: The Benefits and Challenges of Mentoring, PRIMUS, 28:2, (2018), 97-117.

This paper received the 2018 PRIMUS Editor’s Choice Top Paper award

*Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics*

B. Baker Swart, K. Beck, S. Crook, C. Eubanks-Turner, H. Grundman, M. Mei, L. Zack, Augmented Generalized Happy Functions, Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics, Vol. 47 (2), (2017), 403-417.

*Proceedings of the Hawaii University International Conferences*

A. Kreide, C. Eubanks-Turner, A. Tomlinson, Preservice teachers' development of questioning skills through Common Core aligned exemplar videotaped math lessons,

Proceedings of the Hawaii University International Conferences, (2015), 13 pages

http://www.huichawaii.org/steam2015p.html

*Journal of Shanghai Normal University (Natural Sciences)*

C. Eubanks-Turner, M. Lennon, E. Reynoso, B. Thibodeaux, A. Urquiza, A. Wheatley, D. Young, Using the Division Algorithm to Decode Reed-Solomon Codes, Journal of Shanghai Normal University (Natural Sciences) (2015), 44:3, 262-269.

*Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School*

C. Eubanks-Turner, N. Hajj, Mardi Gras Math, Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School (2015), 20:8, 492-498.

*Journal of Algebra Combinatorics, Discrete Structures and Applications*

C. Eubanks-Turner, A. Li, Graphical Properties of the Bipartite Graph of Spec(Z[x])\{0}, Journal of Algebra Combinatorics, Discrete Structures and Applications (2015),

2:1, 65-73.

*Recent Advances in Commutative Rings, Integer-Valued Polynomials, and Polynomial Functions*

E. Celikbas, C. Eubanks-Turner, S. Wiegand, Prime Ideals in Power Series Rings and Polynomial Rings over Noetherian Domains, Recent Advances in Commutative Rings, Integer-Valued Polynomials, and Polynomial Functions, Springer (2014), 55-82.

*Proceedings of the Lilly Conference on Teaching and Learning*

C. Eubanks-Turner, The W.I.P.E. Rubric: Assessing Student Presentations of Mathematical Proofs, Proceedings of the Lilly Conference on Teaching and Learning (2014), 10-14.

*Communications in Algebra*

C. Eubanks-Turner, M. Luckas, and S. Saydam, Prime Ideals in Birational Extensions of Two-Dimensional Power Series Rings, Communications in Algebra (2013), 41:2, 703-735.

*Progress in Commutative Algebra 2*

E. Celikbas, C. Eubanks-Turner, The Projective Line Over the Integers, Progress in Commutative Algebra 2, De Gruyter (2012), 221-240.