Jennifer Sinclair

Jennifer Laurie Sinclair

Assistant Professor Educator

French Hall


A&S Mathematical Sciences -


PhD: University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN, 2009 (Mathematics)

Bachelor of Science: University of the South Sewanee, TN, 2003 (Mathematics)

Positions and Work Experience

2009 -2015 Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Georgia Gwinnett College, Atlanta, GA

2015 -2019 Associate Professor of Mathematics, Georgia Gwinnett College, Atlanta, GA

2019 -To Present Assistant Professor Educator, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio


Peer Reviewed Publications

J. Sinclair (2013. ) A Generalization Result Regarding the Small and Large Scale Behavior of Infinitely Divisible Processes .Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, , 398 (1 ) ,239-253

L. Uko; J. Sinclair (2013. ) A Simple Formula for De La Loubere's Method .The Mathematical Scientist 38, , 1-6

J. Sinclair; N. Brewley; P. Boindala; J. Whitener 10,000 Steps Closer to Increasing Success in the STEM Disciplines .The Teacher's Edge, Center for Teaching and Learning GGC, ,

K. Kakish; L. Pollacia; A. Heinz; J. Sinclair (2012. ) Analysis of the Effectiveness of Traditional Versus Hybrid Student Performance for an Elementary Statistics Course .International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, , 6 (2 ) ,

J. Rosinski; J. Sinclair (2010. ) Generalized Tempered Stable Processes. .Banach Center Publications, Institute of Mathematics, Polish Academy of Sciences 90, ,

Book Chapter

P. Boindala; N. Brewley; J. Sinclair (2015 ) Ideation to Execution: Flipping an Undergraduate Pre-Calculus Course to Create Significant Learning Experiences Implementation and Critical Assessment of the Flipped Classroom; Advances in Educational Technologies and Instructional Design .


Invited Presentations

J. Sinclair (2016. ) On Applications of Generalized Tempered Stable Processes .Department of Mathematics and Statistics. University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, North Carolina.

J. Sinclair (2007. ) Levy Processes and Infinitely Divisible Distributions .Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

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