Shea D. Burns

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentMathematics

Phone336-285-2069

Fax336-256-0876

Emailsburns@ncat.edu

OfficeMarteena Hall
Room: 128

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Shea D. Burns

Education

Post Master Certificate: Academic Leadership, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, 2016

Ph D: Mathematics, Howard University, 2000

MS: Mathematics, Howard University, 1996

BS: Mathematics, North Carolina A&T State University, 1994


Research Interests

My research interests started in Topological Semigroups and has grown to include Ordinary Differential Equations.


Recent Publications

Burns,  Shea  Bryant,  Lance  Callahan,  Jason  ( 2016).  Geometry and Topology of Different Universes.  Knots, Molecules, and the Universe: An Introduction to Topology  ( First,  pp. 49-84).   American Mathematical Society.

Burns,  Shea  Bryant,  Lance  Callahan,  Jason  ( 2016).  Invariants of Knots and Links.  Knots, Molecules, and the Universe: An Introduction to Topology    American Mathematical Society.

Burns,  Shea  Hindman,  Neil  ( 2007).  Quasi-Central Sets and Their Dynamical Characterization.  ( 31,  pp. 445-455).   Topology Proceedings.

Burns,  Shea  ( 2001).  The Existence of Disjoint Smallest Ideals in the Two Natural Products on beta S.  ( 63,  pp. 191-201).   Semigroup Forum.

Burns,  Shea  Clemence,  Dominic  Ingram,  Frank   Griffin,  Felicia  Mathematics Workforce Development: Challenges and Opportunities for HBCU Mathematics Departments.  A Celebration of EDGE's Program's Impact on the Mathematics Community and Beyond