ALLILONnet Mentor Eliana Antoniou offers free mentoring for students who wish to pursue a career in academia and possibly study abroad in the US - Allilonnet

ALLILONnet Mentor Eliana Antoniou offers free mentoring for students who wish to pursue a career in academia and possibly study abroad in the US

Δρ. Ελιάνα Αντωνίου είναι Μέντορας της ΆΛΛΗΛΟΝ στον τομέα Καριέρας και Σπουδών.

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Professor Eliana Antoniou offers free mentoring for students who wish to pursue a career in academia and possibly study abroad in the US (as undergraduate or graduate students)
Experience and current occupation:
Eliana Antoniou is a professor and 17-year veteran of the Mathematics Department at William Paterson University, Wayne, New Jersey, where she also served as assistant to the department chair. Her areas of specialization are applied mathematics and modeling of biological systems. 
She earned her doctorate in applied mathematics with high honors through a joint program offered by the New Jersey Institute of Technology and Rutgers University in 2002. Her research interests span computational biology, the development of theoretical biological models, combustion theory, asymptotic methods and numerical modeling. 
Antoniou’s passion for teaching is evidenced by her consistently excellent peer and student evaluations. She has received a number of awards and recognitions that highlight her passion for teaching, including an alumni award from the New Jersey Institute of Technology for excellence in teaching and research. She was featured by The Record of Woodland Park, New Jersey, as a "teacher who makes calculus interesting."
Antoniou’s research work has been published in multiple peer-reviewed journals and proceedings, including in the internationally renowned SIAM Journal of Applied Mathematics. In 2014 she received a $70,000 research grant from the PSEG Foundation entitled, "PSEG to Support the Pre-College Math, Technology and College Enrichment STEM HIGH Summer Program." Her most recent publication in the Journal of Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling, an open access journal, is a peer reviewed journal that allows maximum visibility of articles as they are available to a wide, global audience with direct accessibility. Her paper, "A Model of Hematopoietic Bone Marrow Apoptosis During Growth Factor Deprivation in Combination With a Cytokine", have been cited by other researchers several times. 
She is currently working, as the university’s liaison, on submitting a grant proposal with JerseySTEM, a volunteer based non-profit organization serving New Jersey’s under-served communities in partnership with Colleges and Corporations, in an effort to establish and promote undergraduate research in science related fields.
Antoniou is a member of the mathematics Advisory Council at Passaic County Community College, Paterson, New Jersey. She has served as director of the Women in Science and Engineering program at William Paterson University since 2009, where she established internship opportunities for young female students, field trips and a professional seminar series led by women in the fields of science and mathematics. She was the recipient of the Women of Vision Award in the faculty category for her contributions to the program, also known as WISE, during Women’s History Month. She is a board member of the Gandhian Forum for Peace and Justice at William Paterson University and has served as a judge for the Gandhian Forum Writing Competition for high school students in Paterson. She also has advised the university’s Hellenic Club since 2010. 
Antoniou sponsors a math club at an elementary school in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey, promoting mathematics in early education. She also is involved with the Greek-American and Cypriot-American communities, serving as both director of Sunday Church School at St. Athanasios Church in Paramus, New Jersey, since 2015, and as the youth instructor for the Youth Group of Lambousa, the Cypriot-American Association that helps promote culture, traditional dance and customs of the island of Cyprus. She also serves as a member of the STEM scholarship committee for the Association of Greek American Professional Women. 
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Dr Antoniou Here
Professional experience: Dr Antoniou CV
Mentor's location: Franklin Lakes, NJ, USA
Possible beneficiaries: Students who wish to pursue a career in academia and possibly study abroad in the US (as undergraduate or graduate students)

 

 
 
 
 
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