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I am a 6th year mathematics Ph.D. student at Iowa State University, originally from Little Rock, AR. I received my B.S. in mathematics from Clark Atlanta University in 2012. My research interests include graph theory, linear algebra, and combinatorial matrix theory. I currently work under the supervision of Dr. Leslie Hogben. Here is my Curriculum Vitae.
Fall 16-Spring 17 Mathematical Sciences Institute, Graduate Tutor
2016 Summer EDGE Program for Women, Graduate Mentor
The EDGE Program, funded primarily by the National Science Foundation, is designed to strengthen the ability of women and minority students to successfully complete graduate programs in the mathematical sciences.
2015 REU (Research Experiences for Undergraduates), Graduate Research Assistant
- On the tree cover number of a graph. Chassidy Bozeman, Minerva Catral, Brendan Cook, Oscar Gonzàlez, Carolyn Reinhart. (Involve, a Journal of Mathematics 10-5 (2017), 767--779. DOI
- Zero forcing propagation time on oriented graphs. Adam Berliner, Chassidy Bozeman, Steve Butler, Minerva Catral, Leslie Hogben, Brenda Kroschel, Jephian Chin-Hung Lin, Nathan Warnberg, Michael Young. (Discrete Applied Mathematics 224 (2017), 45-59.)
- Minimum rank of graphs with loops. Chassidy Bozeman, AnnaVictoria Ellsworth, Leslie Hogben, Jephian Chin-Hung Lin, Gabi Maurer, Kathleen Nowak, Aaron Rodriguez, James Strictland. Electron. J. Linear Algebra 27 (2014): 907-934.