Michael C Sostarecz

 

Associate Professor

Department of Mathematics & Computer Science  

Monmouth College

 


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Teaching - Fall 2014

MATH 151

Calculus I

CSB 309

MTWF

10:00am - 10:50am

MATH 151L - 01

Calculus I Lab

CSB 309

R

9:00am - 10:50am

MATH 151L - 02

Calculus I Lab

CSB 309

R

12:00pm - 1:50pm

MATH 430

Mathematical Modeling

CSB 377

MWF

1:00pm - 1:50pm

MATH 350

Partial Differential Equations

CSB 177

MWF

9:00am - 9:50am


Cell cover for June 22, 2012

In this issue, Vaseva et al. (pp. 15361548) find that p53 activates tissue necrosis in response to oxidative stress and ischemia/reperfusion injury. p53 accumulates in the mitochondrial matrix and triggers the opening of the permeability transition pore at the inner membrane, which leads to mitochondrial rupture and cell necrosis. This process is depicted on the cover as a bursting water balloon, captured by high-speed photography. Artwork by Michael Sostarecz from Monmouth College and Eric Smith under the scientific direction of Ute Moll.


Sostarecz bursts onto scene Artwork by MC professor appears on the cover of leading scientific journal, MC Alumni Pipeline, June 2012

Pride and joy Monmouth College's 155th commencement exercises bring out the emotions, MC Alumni Pipeline, May 2012

Sostareczes have chemistry, MC's The Courier, April 2012

An interdisciplinary team Sostareczes join forces for article in Journal of Chemical Education, MC Alumni Pipeline, April 2012

High-speed camera provides new perspectives, MC Alumni Pipeline, September 2011

Math students travel to meeting, but not by kayak, MC Alumni Pipeline, September 2011

Flip a canoe? SOfIA projects add up to great experiences, MC Alumni Pipeline, September 2011

Thrills Chills, and Physics Students learn from Six Flag roller coaster, MC In the Scotlight, June 2008


Gallery

Viscoelastic Drops

 

Viscoelastic Filaments and Beads-on-a String

 

Soap Film Mobius Strip

Slow Motion Exploding Water Balloon

 

Prince Rupert's Drops with my research student Nate Coleman and his hall residents

 


Last modified 18 September 2014 by msostarecz @ monmouthcollege.edu