Meet Ariele Lindemeyer
Visiting Assistant Professor, Mathematics
Education: 2009 Hillsborough Community College, A.A.
2012 University of South Florida, B.A.
2015 University of South Florida, M.A.
Courses Taught: College Algebra/Hybrid
Intermediate Algebra/Distance Learning
Career Specialties: Ariele Lindemeyer's academic interest are analytical geometry/calculus, theory and applications.
Professional and Community Activities: During her graduate studies, Lindemeyer had the opportunity to partake in a research special topics course and an independent study class. The special topics course focused in knot theory. She researched and wrote an unpublished paper titled "Knot Theory Applications in DNA: Tangles Modeling Recombination." In addition, she furthered her curiosity in the field of knot theory and its applications by collaborating with her major professor at the time to investigate the world of quandles via knot theory and explore assembly graphs with ridged vertices associated with molecular biology.
Some community service work that she has been involved in includes volunteering as a tutor for the Upward Bound Program at the University of South Florida assisting students in the K-12 system on different subject matters, participating in Relay For Life, collaborating on a shoe drive to bring shoes to less fortunate elementary school children in the local community and participating in the Hillsborough River Cleanup.