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Iuliia Inozemtseva

Biography: 

Awards and articles:

1. Outstanding Lecturer Award in The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University, 2020.
2. Outstanding Instruction and Service Award in the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, 2020

Julia (Iuliia) Inozemtseva joined Arizona State University in 2017 as a lecturer at the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences. Prior to teaching at ASU, she pursued research in mathematical biology during her doctoral program at the University of Utah. She received her second master's in math at Georgia Southern University, were she became interested in applied mathematics and math education. Inozemtseva was born in Russia and grew up in Ukraine, in the beautiful city Odessa. She received her master's with honors in math from Odessa National University in 2012.

Inozemtseva's primary research interests have been in differential equations and mathematical modeling. Under Dr. Frederick R. Adler' supervision, she was modeling epidemics spread in hospitals at the University of Utah. She had a chance to work with Veterans Affairs SPIRIT group on modeling of antibiotic resistant diseases spread (MRSA, CDiff) as part of the CDC Solutions Initiative program to combat antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

Being an active member of Association for Women in Science (AWIS), Inozemtseva uses her international experience to promote women in STEM and mathematics as a career in general. She also gives talks on popularization Russian and Ukrainian cultures, as well as actively communicates with international students of ASU.

Inozemtseva is very passionate about teaching and believes that mathematics can be taught in a fun and exciting way. She cares about her students and tries different approaches in every class. In 2017, she was nominated by her students for the Beacons of Excellence Award: "In recognition of the contributions to an exceptional undergraduate educational experience at the University of Utah."

Education: 
  • M.S. Applied Mathematic, University of Utah 2017
  • M.S. Mathematics, Georgia Southern University 2014
  • M.S. Mathematics (honors), Odessa National University, Ukraine 2012
  • B.S. Mathematics (honors), Odessa National University, Ukraine 2010
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Taking students to the The Southwestern Undergraduate Mathematics Research Conference

All these freshmen students were not Math Majors. After this amazing trip which I organized, many of them changed their major to math. Now they are very happy about their choice.
Making videos for Calculus classes

Making videos for Calculus classes

I've made many-many videos for online Calculus classes
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Teaching using technology

It is much more interesting to use animations and other visualization when you teach or learn Calculus. I use 4-5 resources for each class to make sure they are interesting.
Research Interests: 

Mathematical Biology

Mathematical Education

Epidemics modeling and hospitals network analysis

Research Group: 

Frederick R. Adler: sLaM

The Adler lab group brings together empirical and mathematical approaches to study a wide variety of problems. We neither fear complexity nor embrace it for its own sake, but rather face it with the faith that simplicity and understanding are within reach.

 

Publications: 

1. Inozemtseva Iuliia, J. Braselton: "Epistasis in Predator-Prey Relationships", Open Journal of Applied Sciences, 4: 473-491, 2014

2. Inozemtseva Iuliia, "Life of International Graduate Students within the Department of Mathematics”, newsletter 2017

Research Activity: 
  1. Pivot Research Project on Teaching: Metacognition Awareness Development, work woth Dr. Sarah Kate Selling, University of Utah, 2017
  2. Work with Dr. Samore - the Chief of the Division of Epidemiology and the Director of the Informatics, Decision Enhancement, and Analytic Sciences (IDEAS) Center at the Veterans Affairs in Salt Lake City, Summer 2015
  3. Epidemics modeling and hospitals network analysis, work with Dr. Adler, sLaM, University of Utah 2015-2017
  4. M.S. Thesis: Epistasis in Predator-Prey Model, Georgia Southern University 2014
  5. M.S. Thesis: Generalized periodic solutions of systems with slowly-varying parameters, ONU, Ukraine 2012
  6. The psychological profile analysis of a student and a group of students, ONU, Ukraine 2010-2011
  7. Research International Exchange Program, University of Szeged, Hungary 2011
  8. B.S. Thesis: Poincare small parameter method for systems with slowly varying parameters, ONU, Ukraine 2010
  9. Course Research Project: The algorithms of search in oriented graphs, ONU, Ukraine 2008
Fall 2020
Course NumberCourse Title
MAT 117College Algebra
LIA 194Special Topics
MAT 210Brief Calculus
MAT 265Calculus for Engineers I
MAT 266Calculus for Engineers II
Summer 2020
Course NumberCourse Title
MAT 211Math for Business Analysis
MAT 493Honors Thesis
Spring 2020
Course NumberCourse Title
MAT 210Brief Calculus
MAT 265Calculus for Engineers I
MAT 266Calculus for Engineers II
MAT 492Honors Directed Study
Fall 2019
Course NumberCourse Title
MAT 142College Mathematics
MAT 266Calculus for Engineers II
MAT 267Calculus for Engineers III
Summer 2019
Course NumberCourse Title
MAT 211Math for Business Analysis
Spring 2019
Course NumberCourse Title
MAT 170Precalculus
MAT 265Calculus for Engineers I
MAT 266Calculus for Engineers II
MAT 492Honors Directed Study
Fall 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
MAT 210Brief Calculus
MAT 211Math for Business Analysis
MAT 265Calculus for Engineers I
Summer 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
MAT 211Math for Business Analysis
Spring 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
MAT 210Brief Calculus
MAT 211Math for Business Analysis
Fall 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
MAT 142College Mathematics
MAT 170Precalculus
Presentations: 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE USA, HUNGARY, UKRAINE
College level
Graduate Instructor, University of Utah

  1. Calculus 2 Spring, 2017
  2. Calculus 1 Fall, 2016
  3. Business Calculus Spring, 2016
  4. Quantitative Reasoning Fall, 2015
  5. Business Algebra Spring, 2015
  6. Business Algebra Fall, 2014

Teaching assistant, Georgia Southern University

  1. Calculus II Spring, 2014
  2. Calculus I Fall, 2013
  3. College Algebra Spring, 2013

Tutoring at both University of Utah and Georgia Southern University
-  at the Department of Mathematics Tutoring Center 2012-2016


HUNGARY AND UKRAINE Teaching Assistant, University of Szeged and Odessa National University

  1.  (ESL) English as a Second Language Fall, 2011
  2.  (RSL) Russian as a Second Language Summer, 2011

-  International Exchange 2 weeks program


Lecturer, Odessa National University, Ukraine

  • Differential Equations course Fall, 2011

Certification Teaching Program: created lectures, graded assignments, wrote psychological profile of a group of students
Professors’ committee rated my work as Excellent (5 out of 5 point scale) and provided great recommendations.

K-12 High School Teacher, Richelieu Lyceum, Ukraine

  • 9th grade math teacher in math oriented Lyceum Fall, 2010

Certification Teaching Program: created a course plan, lectures, tests, graded assignments. Led class projects and extracurricular lessons. Wrote student's psychological profile. Co-organized class-trips, events and excursions.
Professors’ committee rated my work as Excellent (5 out of 5 point scale) and provided great recommendations

Honors / Awards: 

HONORS AND AWARDS

  1. Outstanding Lecturer Award in The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University, 2020.
  2. Outstanding Instruction and Service Award, the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, 2020
  3. Nomination for CLAS Outstanding Lecturer or Instructor Award. the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, 2018
  4. Nomination for Beacons of Excellence Award: "In recognition of the contributions to an exceptional 2017 undergraduate educational experience at the University of Utah"
  5. Outstanding Graduate Assistant Honor for achievements in teaching assistance, GSU 2014
  6. Nomination: Averitt Awards for Excellence in Graduate Research and Instruction, GSU 2014 - the highest honor bestowed upon graduate students College of Graduate Studies
  7. Highest University Scholarship for excellent achievements in study and teaching, ONU, Ukraine 2006-2012
  8. Teaching Assistantship, Georgia Southern University 2012-2014
  9. Teaching Assistantship, University of Utah 2014-2019
  10. Nomination: HHMI International Student Research Fellowship, University of Utah 2016
  11. Represented GSU at the International Agribusiness Conference & Expo, Savannah 2014
Professional Associations: 

1. National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity 2. Society for Mathematical Biology (SMB) 3. Association for Women in Science (AWS) 4. American Mathematical Society (AMS) 5. Faculty of 1000 - publisher of services for life scientists and clinical researchers - to keep abreast with the rapid advances in those field

Work History: 

1. Odessa National University, Odessa, Ukraine 2. Georgia Southern University, GA, USA (2012-2014) 3. University of Utah, UT, USA (2014-2017) 4. Arizona State University, AZ (2017- )

Service: 

VOLUNTEERING

Arizona State University:

  1. Prison Education Programming (PEP)
  2. Assoc for Women in Math (AWM)

  3. Undergraduate Mathematics Seminar

  4. The Southwestern Undergraduate Mathematics Research Conference -  SUnMaRC

  5. Seventh International Conference on Mathematical Modeling and Analysis of Populations in Biological Systems

  6. Other conferences and seminars 

  7. Annual Cryptorally

  8. Serving on several committees

  9. recruiting students to STEM 


University of Utah

  • Gave a talk to promote Math Modeling at the Undergraduate Math Colloquium Spring, 2017
  • Assisted for Science Fairs: promoted science to the high school students using interactive activities 2015-2016
  • Participated in seminars and classes on curriculum development 2014-2016
  • Brought international experience to the Center for Science and Math Education Exchange workshops 2016-2017
  • Lead the international teaching experience panel for the annual TA training Summer, 2016

Georgia Southern University
1. Global Ambassador Program 2012-2014
- Presented for Georgia colleges and high-schools, promoted Russian and Ukrainian culture
- Promoted women in STEM
- Participated in the international panels, presenting international experience in various fields: education, language, economy, business, traditions
- Volunteered during the International Festivals: “Mathematics is fun” for kids, writing in different languages

2. Cross-Cultural Friendships Program 2012-2014
- Students collaboration, languages and math representative, assisting in students class projects,
planned and organized cross-cultural events and trips
International Extended Families Program 2012-2014
- Collaborated with American families, teaching different languages, shared experience

SELECTED ACADEMIC PRESENTATIONS

  1. Research on Teaching, sLaM research group, University of Utah, 2017
  2. Undergraduate Math Colloquium, University of Utah 2017
  3. Scientific Journal Club, University of Utah 2014-2016
  4. International Conference on Dynamics of Differential Equations, Georgia Tech, GA 2013
  5. Conference on Graduate Research in Mathematics, GSU, GA 2013
  6. Graduate Research Symposium, GSU, GA 2013
  7. 32rd Southeastern-Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, Wake Forest University, NC 2012
  8. Mathematical Colloquium for Graduate Students and Professors, GSU 2012
  9. Conference on Graduate Research in mathematics, GSU, GA 2012