Paul Peck photo Mr. Paul S. Peck
Associate Professor of Mathematics, Science and Mathematics Department
202B Science Hall
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Education

M.S. West Virginia University
B.A. Glenville State College

Curriculum Vitae

Mr. Peck joined the Glenville State faculty in 1982 from West Virginia University where he served as lecturer in mathematics. He teaches Mathematics courses, including College Algebra, Discrete Mathematics, College Geometry, Calculus, and Statistics. Mr. Peck’s research has included work on Finite Rings.

Publications:

  • Paul Peck and Justin Neil, Abstract for “Finite Rings with Full Automorphism Group”, Proceedings of the West Virginia Academy of Science, 83:1, 2011, pp. 13-14

  • Proposer of Problem 691, The College Mathematics Journal, January 2001

  • J. B. Derr, G. F. Orr, Paul S. Peck, Noncommutative rings of order p4, Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra 97(1994) 109-116

  • J. B. Derr, Paul S. Peck, Rings with Multiple Left Unities, Communications in Algebra, 12(14), 1767-1780 (1980)

  • Proposer of Problem 691; The College Mathematics Journal; January 2001

  • J. B. Derr, G. F. Orr, Paul S. Peck; Noncommutative rings of order p4; Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra 97(1994) 109-116

  • J. B. Derr, Paul S. Peck; Rings with Multiple Left Unities; Communications in Algebra, 12(14); 1767-1780 (1980)

Presentations

  • “Assemblage Numbers for Graphs”, GSC Student Research Seminar, September 10, 2014

  • Faculty speaker at Fall 2013 Matriculation Convocation, August 16, 2013

  • Summary of HLC Report, Faculty Opening Day Workshop, August 14, 2013

  • “Equisummable Subsets Problem”, WVCTM Conference, Flatwoods, WV, March 17, 2012

  • “Finite Rings with Full Automorphism Group” (extended version), Chi Beta Phi Mini Conference, April 16, 2011, Glenville State College, Glenville, West Virginia

  • "Finite Rings with Full Automorphism Group" (extended version); Chi Beta Phi Mini Conference; April 16, 2011; Glenville State College, Glenville, West Virginia

  • "Finite Rings with Full Automorphism Group" (brief version); West Virginia Academy of Science; April 2, 2011, West University Institute of Technology; Montgomery, West Virginia

  • "Progress Report on Determining Finite Rings with Full Automorphism Group"; West Virginia Academy of Science; March 28, 2009; Glenville, West Virginia, [Supported in part by Professional Development Funds from GSC]

  • "Exploring Moving Concurrency Points"; Co-presenter Professor David Kennedy of Shippensburg University; WVCTM Conference, Flatwoods, WV, March 16, 2007

  • "Exploring Moving Concurrency Points"; Co-presenter Professor David Kennedy of Shippensburg University; NCTM Regional Conference, October 19, 2006; Atlantic City, NJ [Supported in part by Professional Development Funds from GSC.]

  • "Finite Rings with Exactly Three Idempotents"; Chi Beta Phi Mini Conference; April 2, 2005, Glenville State College

  • "Through Mathematical Hoops: Hamiltonian Cycles"; WVCTM Conference, March 19, 2004 Flatwoods, WV; [Supported in part by Professional Development Funds from GSC]

  • "Ethnomathematics and Graph Theory"; WVCTM Conference; March 21, 2003, Flatwoods, WV;[Supported in part by Professional Development Funds from GSC]

  • "The Unique Noncommutative Ring with 1 of Order p3"; Chi Beta Phi National Conference; 1995; West Liberty, WV

Awards:

  • Robert Bardwell Award, Outstanding Chapter Adviser Chi Beta Phi for 2003
  • Robert Bardwell Award, Outstanding Chapter Adviser Chi Beta Phi for 1998
  • Two awards from GSC President for work with NCA Self-Study, (May 2000 and April 2003)
  • GSC Outstanding Student Organization Advisor for Academic Year 2002-2003 (first recipient of the award)
  • GSC Outstanding Faculty Award, 1992
  • Alumni service award, Kanawha Alumni Association (Burnsville High School), 1988