Moshe Cohen
Assistant Professor
Faculty Office Building (FOB) S11
Phone: 845-257-3525
Department of Mathematics, Faculty Office Building (FOB) E2
SUNY New Paltz, 1 Hawk Drive
New Paltz, NY 12561-2443
Fax: 845-257-3571




Conferences and Workshops

Tips for Young Mathematicians

Biking with Mathematicians

Conferences/Workshops/Sessions organized

Involvement in Departmental and Campus-Wide Programs, Vassar

Involvement in Departmental Programs, Technion

Involvement in Departmental Programs, BIU

Involvement in Departmental Programs, LSU

  • Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) at LSU, Summers 2007 and 2010
    • Mentor for all undergraduates
  • eXtreme-Math conference at LSU's Topology, June-July 2009
    • Leader of a two-week problem session research group for junior graduate students
  • VIGRE Topology Crew, Spring 2009 to Spring 2010
    • Researcher and mentor for junior graduate students and undergraduates
  • Junior Topology Seminar, Fall 2008 to Spring 2010
    • Organizer and presenter
  • Virtual Seminar with U. of Iowa on Knot Homologies, Fall 2007 to Spring 2010
  • G.E.A.U.X. Math at LSU, Summers 2007, 2008, and 2009
    • Organizer, Coordinator, and Presenter at Graduate Education & Acclimation to the University eXperience in Mathematics at Louisiana State University, a program created and run by current graduate students for incoming grads to our department.
  • Geaux Teach, Spring semesters in 2006, 2007, and 2008
    • Design, Implementation, Evaluation of Capstone course for Mathematics seniors concentrating in Secondary Education
    • Mentor for the Capstone course for Mathematics seniors concentrating in Secondary Education
    • Teacher of Record for Calculus I or Teaching Assistant for Business Calculus
    • Mentor for all Mathematics majors concentrating in Secondary Education
  • Student Seminar, Spring 2005
    • Organized a joint graduate and undergraduate Student Seminar together with the Undergraduate Math Club's elected officers.
    • Meetings were on Mondays, scheduled at 5:00pm for graduate student speakers and at 3:30pm for professor speakers, held weekly in the Keisler Lounge on the third floor of Lockett, and all were invited to attend.
    • Please let me know if you are interested in continuing this seminar in the future.