1989 Mercer University, B.A.
1992 Troy University, M.S.
2009 Baylor University, Ph.D.
Courses TaughtCollege Algebra
Career SpecialtiesLeslie Jones has conducted research in both pure and applied mathematics. Jones' pure mathematical interests are in the areas of topology, dynamical systems, symbolic dynamics and tiling spaces. Jones' current research is mathematical modeling with applications in cancer research. In particular, she is studying the interaction of two or more cancer drugs, cancer drug transport and radiation.
Professional and Community Activities:
L. Jones, (2009), Kneading Sequences of Strange Adding Machines, Topology and Its Applications, 156(17), 2735-2746.
L. Jones, (2009), Adding Machines and Endpoints, Topology and Its Applications, 156(17), 2009, 2899-2905.
M. Barge, H. Bruin, L. Jones, L. Sadun, (2012), Homological Pisot Substitutions and Exact Regularity, Israel Journal of Mathematics, 188, 281-300, DOI: 10.1007/s11856-011-0123-4
Leslie Jones has presented research at regional and national American Mathematical Society conferences as well as the national meeting of the American Association of Cancer Researchers.
Honors and AwardsJones received three awards for excellence in teaching as a graduate student: one from North Carolina State University and two from Baylor University.