Shea D. Burns

TitleAssociate Professor




OfficeMarteena Hall
Room: 128

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Shea D. Burns


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