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Bernadette Mullins



  • Higher Ed: Mathematics 


Bernadette Mullins is an Associate Professor of Mathematics at Birmingham-Southern College. Her professional interests include commutative ring theory and mathematics education. She has been a part of a number of professional development projects for middle school mathematics students and teachers including Project Discovery, the Institute for Conceptually Based Mathematics, and summer institutes for middle school teachers funded by the Alabama Commission on Higher Education. In commutative ring theory, her interests lie in the area of factorization and extensions of commutative rings. 


Commutative ring theory. 


A field-theoretic invariant for extensions of commutative rings (with D. Dobbs), Comm. Algebra, 32 (4) (2004), 1295-1305

On the lengths of maximal chains of intermediate fields in a field extension (with D. Dobbs), Comm. Algebra, 29 (10) (2001), 4487-4507

The primitive element theorem for commutative algebras (with D.D. Anderson and D. Dobbs), Houston J. Math., 25 No. 4 (1999), 603-623

On zero-dimensionality and fragmented rings (with J. Coykendall and D. Dobbs), Bull. Australian Math. Soc., 60 (1999), 137-151

Factorization in antimatter rings (with J. Coykendall and D. Dobbs), Lecture Notes in Pure and Applied Math., vol. 205, Marcel Dekker, New York, 1999, 217-226

On integral domains with no atoms (with J. Coykendall and D. Dobbs), Comm. Algebra, 27 Issue 12 (1999), 5813 - 5831

Quotients of unit groups of commutative rings (with D.D. Anderson), Lecture Notes in Pure and Applied Math., vol. 185, Marcel Dekker, New York, 1997, 15-25

Finite factorization domains (with D.D. Anderson), Proc. Amer. Math. Soc., 124 (1996), 389-396