Sarah Allred
Curriculum Vitae
Department of Mathematics
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 708034918
USA
Education
2017Present  Ph.D., Mathematics (expected graduation date: 2022), Louisiana State University Advisor: Bogdan Oporowski 
20162017  M.S., Mathematics, Louisiana State University 
20122016  B.S., Mathematics, Auburn University 
Research Interests
General: Combinatorics, Graph Theory
Specific: Structural and Extremal Graph Theory
Papers
Published Papers
 S. Allred, P. Johnson, M. Murphy, Forbidding Rainbow Cycles with EdgeColorings of K_{m,n}. Alabama Journal of Mathematics Vol. 38 (2014).
 S. Allred, P. Johnson, Theta Graphs are Hall tchromatic for all t = 0, 1, 2, … . Bulletin of the ICA, Vol. 81 (2017).
Preprints
 S. Allred, G. Ding, B. Oporowski, Unavoidable Induced Subgraphs of Large 2Connected Graphs arXiv: 2009.12503
Extended Research Travel
Summer 2021  AMS Mathematics Research Community 
Internships
Summer 2020  Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University

Awards, Honors, and Distinctions
Louisiana State University
Fall 2020  Certificate of Teaching Excellence 
Spring 2020  David Oxley Graduate Teaching Award 
20162018  Board of Regents Fellow 
Presentations
Invited Talks
2020  Unavoidable Induced Subgraphs of Large 2connected graphs Graphs and Matroids Seminar, University of Waterloo. 
2018  Theta Graphs are Hall tchromatic, Auburn REU, Auburn University 
Other Talks
2020  Unavoidable Induced Subgraphs of Large 2connected graphs LSU Combinatorics Seminar, Louisiana State University. 
2019  Unavoidable Induced Subgraphs of Large 2connected graphs 7th Mississippi Discrete Math Workshop, University of Mississippi. 
2019  Unavoidable Induced Subgraphs of Large 2connected graphs 31st Cumberland Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory and Computing, University of Central Florida. 
2018  Combinatorics Introduction Talk, GEAUX Program, Louisiana State University. 
2018  Theta Graphs are Hall tchromatic, Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing, Florida Atlantic University. 
Conferences Attended
2020  Virtual Grace Hopper Celebration, virtual 
2019  7th Mississippi Discrete Math Workshop, University of Mississippi. 
2019  31st Cumberland Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory and Computing, University of Central Florida. 
2019  AMS Spring Southeastern Sectional Meeting, Auburn University. 
2018  6th Mississippi Discrete Math Workshop, University of Mississippi. 
2018  AMS Spring Southeastern Sectional Meeting, Vanderbilt University. 
2018  49th Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing, Florida Atlantic University. 
2017  5th Mississippi Discrete Math Workshop, University of Mississippi. 
2014  REU in Algebra and Discrete Mathematics at Auburn University. 
Teaching
Louisiana State University
I was the instructor of record, where I had the sole responsibility of preparing and presenting lectures, assigning and grading tests, and assigning the overall course grade for the following courses.
Summer 2021  Differential Calculus 
Spring 2021  Honors Calculus II 
Fall 2020  Honors Calculus I 
Spring 2020  College Algebra: Taught students with ACT score less than 19 using the R2R format. Classes met twice a week for 50 minutes. The students were required to spend 4.5 hours in a tutoring computer lab in addition to class. All assignments were given using the MyMathLab software. 
Fall 2019  Calculus I 
Summer 2019  Calculus II: Homework assignments were given using the WebAssign software 
Spring 2019  Calculus I: Homework assignments were given using the WebAssign software 
Service and Outreach
Louisiana State University
2021  Chair, G.E.A.U.X Orientation Program for New Math Graduate Students, Louisiana State University. 
2020Present  Organizer, LSU Combinatorics Seminar, Louisiana State University: Organized and ran the LSU Combinatorics Seminar as a virtual seminar with participants from multiple different countries. 
Fall 2020  Mathematics Graduate Student Mentor Program Started a tiered mentoring program for mathematics graduate students, pairing firstyear graduate students with more advanced students for support. 
Spring 2020  Mentor for the Communicating Math Graduate Course Louisiana State University. 
Fall 2019  Mentor for the Communicating Math Graduate Course I mentored a first year graduate student. I met with the student several times throughout the semester as they observed my class, and guided them through writing and presenting a lecture in my Calculus I course. Louisiana State University. 
Fall 2019present  Department Representative to the Graduate Student Association Represented the mathematics graduate students in the Graduate Student Association and presented any concerns graduate students had to the GSA. Louisiana State University. 
2019  Math with Middle and High Schoolers Gave a talk on assorted topics in Graph Theory to both a middle school and a high school math class. Lafayette Christian School. 
2017–2020  Committee Member, G.E.A.U.X Orientation Program for New Math Graduate Students, Louisiana State University. 
2017–Present  Mentor, KIDS HOPE Mentored an elementary student in reading, mathematics, and life skills. 
2017  Proctor and Grader, High School Math Contest, Louisiana State University. 
Professional Memberships
American Mathematical Society
Association for Women in Mathematics
Mathematical Association of America
Women in CyberSecurity
Last Updated: May 2021