Nath, Rishi
Curriculum Vitae

Education
Degree Institution Field Dates PhD University of Illinois Mathematics 2006 MA Brandeis University Mathematics 1999 BA University of Chicago Mathematics 1996 
FullTime Academic Experience
Institution Rank Field Dates CUNY York College Associate Professor Mathematics and Computer Science Fall 2012  Present CUNY York College Assistant Professor Mathematics and Computer Science Fall 2006  Summer 2012 CUNY York College Substitute Lecturer Mathematics and Computer Science Fall 2005  Summer 2006 
PartTime Academic Experience

Non Academic Experience
Place of Employment Title Date Bronzeville Alternative High School Math Teacher Fall 1996 to Fall 1997 Franklin Summer Program, Phillips Brooks House, Harvard University Math Coordinator Summer 1999 
Employment Record At This Institution

Publications In Field Of Expertise
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R. Nath, S. Garfunkel (Coeditors). Geometry, Games, Graphs and Education. Boston: COMAP, Inc., November 8th, 2008. .
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R. Nath. "On the diagonal hooks of symmetric partitions." To Be Submitted. : 20 pages.
R. Nath with C. Hanusa. "The number of selfconjugate partitions." Journal of Number Theory. 133, no. 2 2013: 751768.
R. Nath with J.B. Gramain. "On core and barcore partitions." Ramanujan Journal. 27, no. 2 2012: 229233.
R. Nath with W. Keith. "Partitions with prescribed hooksets." Journal of Combinatorics and Number Theory. 3, no. 1 2011: 3950.
R. Nath. "On the Navarro conjecture for the A(n), p=2." Journal of Algebra and its Applications. 8, Issue 6 December 2009: 837844.
R. Nath. "The IsaacsNavarro conjecture for the alternating groups." Journal of Algebra. 321, Issue 6 March 15, 2009: 16321642.
R. Nath. "On the score of a tcore partition." Integers: Electronic Journal of Combinatorial Number Theory. #A28 June 16, 2008: 15.
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Presented Papers, Lectures, And Exhibitions And Performances
"Combinatorics and the NavarroWillems conjecture" November 19th, 2010: Algebra Seminar, CUNY Graduate Seminar (invited).
"Combinatorics arising from the NavarroWillems conjecture" October 2nd, 2010: Special Session on Lie Algebras and Representation Theory, American Mathematical Society (AMS) Fall Eastern Sectional Meeting, Syracuse University (invited).
"Recovering diagonal hooks of selfconjugate partitions" July 2nd, 2010: Algebra Seminar, University of Copenhagen (invited).
"Welter's game and Young diagrams" May 26th, 2010: Combinatorial and Additive Number Theory (CANT) 2010 Conference, CUNY Graduate Center (invited).
"Refinements of the McKay conjecture in the case of the symmetric and alternating groups" April 23rd, 2010: Representation Theory Seminar, CUNY Graduate Center (invited).
"On hooklengths of selfconjugate partitions" November 4th, 2009: Combinatorics Seminar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) (invited)..
"pcore partitions and the symmetric group: Recent Results" October 15th, 2009: Integers Conference, University of West Georgia (invited)..
"Some combinatorial properties of 3cores" May 29th, 2009: CANT 2009, CUNY Graduate Center (invited)..
"On diagonal hooks of symmetric partitions" December 7th, 2008: Combinatory Analysis 2008, Penn State University (invited).
"Recent results on partitions and hooks using the abacus" October 29, 2008: Department of Mathematical Sciences Seminar, Montclair State University, Montclair, New Jersey (invited)..
"Results on pcores using the abacus" May 22nd, 2008: CANT 2008, CUNY Graduate Center (invited).
"Recent developments in Algebra" January 28th, 2008: Department Seminar, University of the West Indies (UWI)St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago (invited).
"Recent Refinements of the Mckay conjecture" January 30th, 2007: Society of Mathematicians Seminar, Stevens Institute of Technology (invited).

Patents
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Work In Progress
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Professional Honors, Prizes, Fellowships
Outstanding Student Advocate Award, CUNY Honors Opportunities Conference: March 2012.
Ecole Polytechnic Federale Lausanne (EPFL), Travel Award $500.00, Jacques Thevenaz Conference, http://grt.epfl.ch/: June 22nd  June 25th, 2010.
Homological Methods in Representation Theory, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI), Travel Award $1000.00: March 31st  April 4th, 2008.

GrantsInAid
PSC_CUNY TRAD 44576, SelfConjugate Partitions: New and Existing Results. July 1st, 2013  June 1st, 2014: $2933.00.
PSCCUNY TRAD 43449, Self Conjugate partitions and the representation theory. July 1st, 2012  June 31st, 2013: $1300.00.
PSCCUNY TRAD 42615, Recent results on simultaneous core partitions. July 1st, 2011  June 31st, 2012: $3428.00.
PSCCUNY REG41, Refinements of the McKay conjecture for the covering groups of the symmetric and alternating groups (PI). July 1st, 2010  June 31st, 2011: $3325.00.
PSCCUNY REG40, A conjecture of Turull in the alternating groups (PI). July 1st, 2009  June 31st, 2010: $2660.00.
PSCCUNY REG39, Navarro's conjecture for the alternating groups (PI). July 1st, 2008  June 31st, 2008: $3525.00.
Mathematics Association of America (MAA), Tensor Scholars (CoPI with Dr. Lidia Gonzalez). September 1st, 2010  August 31st, 2011: $6000.00.
Mathematics Association of America (MAA), Tensor Scholars (CoPI with Dr. Lidia Gonzalez). September 1st, 2009  August 31st, 2010: $6000.00.
Title IIICenter for Teaching and Learning (CETL), York College, Shifting the Center (PI). September 1st, 2009  August 31st, 2010: $3000.00.
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Institutional Service
 Service to the Department
Deputy Chair, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science: Fall 2011Present.
AMS Waldemar J. Trjitzinsky Scholarship Committee: Summer 2010.
CoOrganizer, The Helen Strassberg Women's History Month Lecture, York College: March 16, 2009.
Organizer, JoeFest, A Conference Honoring the Research and Teaching of Joe Malkevitch, York College: November 8, 2008.
Course Coordinator, Math 111: Fall 2006  Fall 2008.
Faculty Search Committee: Fall 2007  Spring 2008.
Department Curriculum Committee: Fall 2007  Spring 2008.
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Presenter, Graduation Ceremony: Spring 2010.
Presenter, Graduation Ceremony: Spring 2009.
Mathematics Liaison, S3 (Summer Immersion) Program: Fall 2006  Fall 2009.
 Service to the College
Director, Office of Undergraduate Research: Spring 2010  Fall 2013.
Director, Honors Program: Fall 2010  Spring 2012.
Attendee, Council Undergraduate Research (CUR) Institute, University of Southern Alabama, Mobile, Alabama: January 28  31, 2010.
Member, Logic FIG Committee: Fall 2009  Present.
Faculty Advisor, Cricket Club: Fall 2009  Present.
Member, Provost Advisory Council: Fall 2009Present.
Member, Campus Environment Committee: Fall 2009  Spring 2010.
Faculty Advisor, Bengali Club: Fall 2008  Spring 2009.
Attendee, National Collegiate Honors College (NCHC) National Conference 2009, Washington D.C: October 29  31, 2009.
Mathematics Coordinator, Merit Scholars / Summer of Excellence Program: Summer 2009.
Attendee, NSF SSTEM Workshop, NSF Headquarters, Arlington, Virginia: April 20th, 2009.
Member, Scholarship Committee: Fall 2007  Fall 2008.
Mathematics Liaison, S3 (Summer Immersion) Program: Fall 2006  Fall 2009.
Faculty Advisor, Mathematics and CS Club: Fall 2006  Spring 2007.
Member, Election Committee: Fall 2005  Fall 2006.
Teachers Academy Committee: Fall 2008Fall 2009.
 Service to the Graduate Center
 Service to the University
CUNY Online Math Tutor Committee: Fall 2009  Spring 2010.
Presenter, CUE Meeting, 80th St.: February 27th, 2008.
 Service to the Department

Offices Held In Professional Societies

Other Professional Activities And Public Service

Teaching Activities At This Institution
 Courses Taught (List)
Math 104 College Algebra MATH 111 Introduction to Statistics MATH 119 Computer Algebra Systems MATH 120 PreCalculus MATH 121 Calculus I MATH 122 Calculus II Math 210 Probability and Statistics MATH 221 Calculus III MATH 225 Discrete Mathematics MATH 336 Modern Algebra MATH 489 Topics in Mathematics  New courses/programs developed (list):
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