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.

- Spring 2018 -Theory of Linear Algebra, Grading
- Fall 2017 -Applied Linear Algebra, Grading
- Fall 2016 - Calculus I: Team Based Learning
- Fall 2015 - Calculus I
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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.

- Restricted power domination and zero forcing problems. Chassidy Bozeman, Boris Brimkov, Craig Erickson, Daniela Ferrero, Mary Flagg, Leslie Hogben. (Under Review)

- On the power propagation time of a graph. Chassidy Bozeman. (Under Review)

- 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 10.2140/involve.2017.10.767)
- 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.