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Adebukola Adeyemi

Adebukola Adeyemi

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Department

Research, Professional and Creative Activity

Education:

Howard University
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Washington, DC, May 2011 Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Mathematics with dissertation research in Mathematical Statistics 

Wake Forest University
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Winston Salem, NC, May 2004 Master of Arts in Mathematics

Salem College
Winston Salem, NC, May 2002 Bachelor of Science, Mathematics, minors in Studio Arts & Computer Science 

 

Area of Research:

Statistics and its application, currently, the implementation of the Bayesian and Hybrid inference for correlated binary outcomes, particularly in application to the non-nested disposition model. Connections and relationships between mathematics and art (particularly in her own studio artwork).

Professional Profile

Dr. Adeyemi is an assistant professor of mathematics at Flagler College. She serves as the assistant department chair of the Department of Mathematics and Technology and the course coordinator for Calculus I. Dr. Adeyemi’s research interest includes statistics and its application. Her dissertation research focused, in part, on the implementation of the Bayesian and Hybrid inference for correlated binary outcomes, particularly in application to the non-nested disposition model and she is still working in this line of research. Dr. Adeyemi is also a studio artist, who focuses on abstract oil painting. She is particularly interested and currently researching to find connections and relationships between mathematics and art (particularly in her own artwork). Prior to joining Flagler College in Fall 2016, Dr. Adeyemi served as the Talmon Bell Chair and assistant professor of Mathematics at Sterling College. Dr. Adeyemi enjoys teaching mathematics to college students, both majors and non-majors. When not teaching, Dr. Adeyemi loves to spend time with her family, loves to paint, sing on her church choir, and to travel - exploring the world. 

Teaching and Related Service

Classes Taught:

  • Statistics (for non-major)
  • College Algebra 
  • Intermediate Algebra 
  • Calculus Sequence 
  • Probability Theory 
  • Numerical Analysis
  • Linear Algebra
  • Mathematical Statistics (for major)
  • Pre-calculus
  • Contemporary mathematics
  • Senior Seminar course (senior capstone)
  • Advanced Calculus
  • Modern Geometry

More Information

Professional Organizations:

  • Mathematical Association of America (MAA).
  • American Statistical Association (ASA).

Other Organizations:

  • RCCG Pavilion of Power - Choir member and children program coordinator
  • KIB Foundation Project - Research and business development project manager