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Prizes and Awards:
Distinguished Teaching Award, BYU Department of Mathematics, 2009
Excellence in Teaching (10+ years), BYU College of Physical & Mathematical Sciences, 2008.
Savage Distinguished Teaching Award, BYU Department of Mathematics, 2007
Distinguished Service Award, BYU Department of Mathematics, 2006
Resistance and Conductance in Structured Zermelo Tournaments, Advances in Applied Mathematics, 44 (2010), 37–52.
Neighborhood Monotonicity, the Extended Zermelo Model, and Symmetric Knockout Tournaments, Discrete Mathematics, 309 (12) (2009), 3998-4010.
The Rasch model and additive conjoint measurement, Journal of Applied Measurement, 10 (2009), 348-354.
A Sharkovsky Theorem for Non-locally Connected Spaces, Discrete Contin Dyn S. 32(10), 2012, pp. 3485-3499.