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Dr. Lovejoy Das

Dr. Lovejoy Das is a graduate of State University of New York at Stony Brook, New York. He holds a Masters degree in Applied Mathematics from SUNY, Stony Brook, New York and holds a Ph.D and D.Sc.( Doctor of Science) degrees in Pure Mathematics from University of Lucknow, India. He joined the Kent campus faculty in 1989. At present he is a Professor and the Coordinator of the Mathematics Department at Kent State Tuscarawas Campus. He has been an active researcher in the field of Differential Geometry and has published more than 50 research papers in prestigious national and international journals of mathematics. He has been honored with the Distinguished Teaching Award (DTA), Kent State's most prestigious award for tenure track faculty members across eight campuses. During 2005 he was the recipient of the North East Ohio Council on Higher Education (NOCHE) Award for excellence in teaching. In 2006, he was nominated for the U.S. Professors of the Year Award given by the Council of the Advancement and Support of Education, Washington DC. On the website “ Rate my Professor.com” , Kent State students have consistently rated him as the best teacher. Dr. Das was chosen by a panel of editors among the Ohio's top educators for his excellence in education and was recognized in December 2005 issue of Ohio magazine. Besides this, he was recognized as the winner of the 1996 Distinguished Teaching Award and twice he was named the most popular professor at Kent State Tuscarawas Campus. In 1996 he had also received the Outstanding Teacher Award from the Ohio Association of Two Years Colleges. Dr. Das has a passion for teaching and is committed to undergraduate education. Dr. Das's teaching style is accessible and demanding. He is always available to his students and possesses all qualities that drive students to achieve and succeed in their careers. He is very active in the American Mathematical Society and the Mathematical Association of America. He is the founder and the advisor of the student chapter of the Mathematical Association of America at Kent Tuscarawas Campus.

 
Selected Publications:
Lovejoy Das, U.C. De and Makoto Yawata, "On a Type of Non Flat Riemannian Manifold," Tensor,Vol.68, No.3 (2007).
Lovejoy Das "Second Order Parallel Tensor on Almost r – contact manifolds", Tensor (N.S.) Vol. 68, No. 2 (2007).
Lovejoy Das "Second Order Parallel Tensor on α-Sasakian manifold, Acta Mathematica, Hungary, Vol. 23(1) (2007)
Lovejoy Das and Ram Nivas, "On certain structures defined on the tangent bundle", Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics, USA, Vol. 36 (2006).
Lovejoy Das and Joydeep Sengupta, "On conformally flat LP - Sasakian manifolds with a coefficient α, Bull. Cal. Math Society, Vol. 4 (2006).
Lovejoy Das, Ram Nivas and Meera Mishra, "Submanifolds immersed in a generalized HSU quarternion manifold", Demonstratio Mathematica, Vol. 39, No. 3 (2006).
Lovejoy Das, Ram Nivas and D. Singh, "Cartisian products space of r-manifolds", Algebras Group and Geometrics, 22, (2005), 413-422.
Lovejoy Das and Sudhir Kumar Srivastava, "Induced structures on the tangent bundle of an ε framed metric manifold", Algebras Group and Geometers, Vol. 22 (2005), 183-191.
Lovejoy Das and Ram Nivas, "Harmonic Morphism on Almost r - contact Metric Manifold," Algebras Group and Geometries, Vol. 22 (2005), 61-68.
Lovejoy Das and Mohd. Nazul Islam Khan, "Almost r - contact Structures on the Tangent Bundle," Differential Geometry and Dynamical Systems, Vol. 7 (2005), 30-37
Lovejoy Das, Ram Nivas and Mobin Ahmad, "Study of submanifolds immersed in a manifold with quarter symmetric semi-metric connection" Tensor Vol. 65 No. 3, (2004), pp. 250-260.
Lovejoy Das, Ram Nivas and S. Ali, "Study of certain structures defined on the cotangent bundles" Mathematical Sciences Research Journal, U.S.A.,Vol. 7, No. 12, (2003).
Lovejoy Das, "Submanifolds of F-structure manifold satisfying FK + (-)K + 1F = 0," International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Science. Florida, USA, Vol. 26, No 15(2001), pp. 167-172.
 

Courses:

MATH 21001        Linear Algebra

MATH 22005        Analytic Geometry and Calculus III
MATH 12003        Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
MATH 12002        Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
MATH 12001        Algebra and Trigonometry
MATH 11012        Intuitive Calculus
MATH 11022        Trigonometry 
MATH 11010        Algebra for Calculus
MATH 11009        Modeling Algebra
MATH 10007        Core Mathematics III and IV
MATH 10006        Core Mathematics I and II
MATH 10021        Core Mathematics I
MATH 10022        Core Mathematics II
MATH 10023        Core Mathematics III
MATH 10024        Core Mathematics IV
Math 19003           Technical Math II