Michael Ferrara

Associate Professor
Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
University of Colorado Denver

Contact Info


My CV - Updated 11/16/16.


Actually me, not Dom Deluise

Research:


My research is primarily in structural and extremal graph theory and STEM education, including extremal problems for degree sequences, cycles and linkages in graphs, minimal saturated graphs, university and K-12 teacher preparation, and benefits of STEM outreach for student organizers


My research is currently funded by a Simons Foundation Collaboration Grant for Mathematicians. This a great program, and I would be happy to share my application materials with anyone who might find them useful.


Here is an updated list of my Publications and submitted papers.


Community STEM Clubs


I am the program director for the CU Denver Community STEM Clubs (CSC) Program , which is organizing or assisting with several STEM clubs at local schools. We are currently funded by an NSF IUSE grant (DUE #1504535). CSC's excellent undergraduate and graduate Outreach Fellows are working to bring STEM to life for students all over greater Denver.


The GRWC


If you are a graduate student interested in the Rocky Mountain - Great Plains Graduate Research Workshop in Combinatorics (GRWC) - please see our website, www.combinatoricsworkshop.org. The GRWC will be held in Denver this year, from July 9 - 22, 2017. If you have any questions, you can contact me directly, or email info@combinatoricsworkshop.org.