Quinn A. Morris

Mathematician

IN THE NEWS...



GRANT AWARD!

I have received a $15,700 grant from the Center for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics to work with 3 undergraduate students in 2019-2020.

NEW ARTICLE

"An Exact Bifurcation Diagram for a Reaction Diffusion Equation Arising in Population Dynamics" was recently published in Boundary Value Problems.

GRADUATION!

I was honored to give remarks to the 2018 Graduates of the Department of Mathematics & Statistics at UNC-Greensboro. Click on the icon for text of my remarks!


PREPRINTS & RECENT PUBLICATIONS


Q. Morris.
Diffusive logistic equation with U-shaped density dependent dispersal on the boundary
(To appear in Topol. Methods Nonlinear Anal., 2018)

J. Goddard II, Q. Morris, S. Robinson, R. Shivaji.
An exact bifurcation diagram for a reaction diffusion equation arising in population dynamics.
(Bound. Value Probl., 2018)

J. Goddard II, Q. Morris, R. Shivaji, and B. Son.
Bifurcation curves for some singular and nonsingular problems with nonlinear boundary conditions.
(Electron. J. Differential Equations, 2018)



For a full list of publications, visit my RESEARCH page.

"There are two versions of math in the lives of many Americans: the strange and boring subject that they encountered in classrooms and an interesting set of ideas that is the math of the world, and is curiously different and surprisingly engaging. Our task is to introduce this second version to today's students, get them excited about math, and prepare them for the future."

Jo Boaler
(What's Math Got to Do with It?, Penguin 2008)