Meet Kari E. Fowler
Associate Professor, Mathematics
Education: 1996 Aurora University, B.A.
1999 Northern Illinois University, M.S.
2004 Northern Illinois University, Ph.D.
Courses Taught: Finite Mathematics for Liberal Arts
Calculus for Business
Career Specialties: Kari Fowler specializes in complex analysis. She has presented papers at several national mathematics conferences and has published several articles on the interaction between coefficient conditions and solution conditions of complex differential equations in the unit disk. Fowler is also interested in both computerized tomography and global analysis. She has conducted research on predicting the performance of 3-D X-ray computerized tomography systems at Argonne National Lab in Argonne, IL, and research on the geometry of infinite-dimensional manifolds. Her current research involves meromorphic functions and differential geometry.
Professional and Community Activities: Fowler is the advisor for the Pi Mu Epsilon Mathematics Honor Society, and she has served as advisor for the Mathematics Club as well as a Gateways advisor. She has also served as supervisor for the Lecture Series in Mathematics. Fowler is a member of the American Mathematical Society and the Mathematical Association of America.
Honors and Awards: Certificate of Teaching Excellence, Northern Illinois University; J. Richard Piper Award for Outstanding Service to the College of Social Sciences, Mathematics & Education, University of Tampa; Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society