
Professor of Mathematics, University of Evansville 



Dr. Mohammad K. Azarian received his Ph. D. in mathematics from Saint Louis University in 1985. Since then, Dr. Azarian has been at the University of Evansville where he is presently a professor of mathematics and a 20072008 Global Scholar. While his main area of research is Infinite Group Theory, he has also published papers in Combinatorics, Differential Equations, Number Theory, and History of Mathematics. He is on the Editorial Board of Scientific Journals International and National Association of Mathematicians' Newsletter. He has served on the Editorial Board of International Journal of Modern Mathematics and International Journal of Science and Technology. He serves as a referee for Houston Journal of Mathematics, International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences, Missouri Journal of Mathematical Sciences, College Mathematics Journal, Ars Combinatoria, and he is a reviewer for Historia Mathematica. He is a contributing editor for Dictionary of Algebra, Arithmetic, and Trigonometry, and is a regular contributor to The Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences. Professor Azarian is one of the nation's leading problem proposers in general mathematics journals. He served on the Executive Board of the Indiana Section of Mathematical Association of America (20011007), where he was responsible for the Indiana College Mathematics Competition and coordinated other student activities.
