JeanJacques KengwoungKeumo
Assistant Professor Cameron University 





Education:

1. Ph.D., Mathematics, July
2012, New Mexico State University, Las
Cruces, New Mexico, U.S.A. 
Research: 1. Research
Interests: Mathematical and statistical
modeling in biomedical and environmental sciences including hyperbolastic
growth models and their applications in medical and environmental systems of
differential equations. History and mathematical modeling of allelopathy. 2. Research
Publications: ·
M.A. Tabatabai,
J.J. KengwoungKeumo (2014) Longitudinal study of prostate cancer in
the U.S.A., preprint ·
J.J.
KengwoungKeumo, J.T. Guemmegne, M.A. Tabatabai (2014) Longitudinal study of
healthcare expenditures in the U.S.A., preprint ·
JJ. KengwoungKeumo (2014)
Competition between a nonallelopathic phytoplankton
and an allelopathic phytoplankton species under
predation, submitted for possible publication ·
J J. KengwoungKeumo (2014) A
survey of mathematical representations of allelopathic
interactions in aquatic habitats, submitted for possible publication ·
JJ. KengwoungKeumo, E. Ncheuguim Kengni (2014) Impact of allelopathic and spatial interactions on a competition
between two phytoplankton species, submitted for possible publication. ·
J.T. Guemmegne, JJ KengwoungKeumo, M.A. Tabatabai,
K.P. Singh (2014), Modeling the Dynamics of the U.S. Healthcare Expenditure
Using a Hyperbolastic Function, To appear in
Advances and Applications in Statistics ·
M.A. Tabatabai, JJ KengwoungKeumo,
W. M. Eby, S. Bae, J.T. Guemmegne, U. Manne, M. Fouad,
E.E. Partridge, K.P. Singh (2014) Disparities in Cervical Cancer Mortality
Rates as Determined by the Hyperbolastic MixedEffects Type II Model. PLoS ONE 9(9): e107242. Doi:
10.1371/journal.pone.0107242 ·
M.A. Tabatabai, JJ
KengwoungKeumo, W. M. Eby, S. Bae, U. Manne, M. Fouad, K.P. Singh (2014)
A New Robust Method for Nonlinear Regression. J. Biomet. Biostat.
5: 211. Doi:10.4172/21556180.1000211. ·
M.A. Tabatabai, H. Li, W. M. Eby, JJ KengwoungKeumo, S. Bae,
K.P. Singh (2014) Robust Logistic and Probit
Methods for Binary and Multinomial Regression, To appear in J. Biomet. Biostat. ·
JJ. KengwoungKeumo (2014)
Dynamics of two phytoplankton species under predation, Mathematical
Biosciences and Engineering 11(6), pp. 13191336. ·
J J. KengwoungKeumo (2012)
Competition between two phytoplankton species under predation and allelopathic effects, Ph.D. thesis, New Mexico State
University, Las Cruces, New Mexico. Teaching Experience: 1.
Cameron University, Lawton, Oklahoma Assistant Professor: Fall 2012present: I have taught Prealgebra, Intermediate Algebra,
College Algebra, Elementary Calculus, Calculus & Analytical Geometry,
Mathematics Capstone, Operations Research, and Statistics. 2.
New Mexico State University, Las
Cruces, New Mexico Graduate Teaching Assistant: Fall 2007Summer 2012: I taught College Algebra, Calculus &
Analytical Geometry I and II, Differential Equations, and Statistics. Talks: 1.
Culture and Customs in Cameroon Grasslands, Center Stage Events, November 13,
2014, Tennessee Technology University, Cookeville, TN 2. A New
Robust Method for Nonlinear Regression", Mathematics Seminar, September
30, 2014, Cameron University, Lawton, OK. 3. Longitudinal
study of disparities in cervical cancer mortality rates between White and
African American/Black women", Mathematics Seminar, August 26, 2014,
Cameron University, Lawton, OK. 4. Poor performance of the least squares method,
OklahomaArkansas MAA Sectional Meeting, April 1012, 2014, Harding
University, Searcy, AR 5. Racial disparity of cervical cancer in the
U.S.A., Mathematics Seminar, April 03, 2014, Southwestern Oklahoma State
University, Weatherford, OK 6. Impact
of diffusion on the dynamics of a nontoxic phytoplankton and an allelopathic phytoplankton, Mathematics Seminar, November 07, 2013, Cameron University, Lawton,
OK. 7. Dynamics of two phytoplankton species under allelopathic effects and nutrient recycling",
Mathematics Seminar, March 28, 2013, Southwestern Oklahoma State University,
Weatherford, OK 8. Competition between two phytoplankton species
under the influence of allelopathic effects,
predation, and nutrient recycling", SE&T Series Winter
2013, March 19, 2013, Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI 9. Competition between two phytoplankton species
under predation and allelopathic effects, MAAAMS
Joint Mathematics Meetings, Boston, MA, January 47,
2012 Some
Conferences Attended: 1.
SACNAS National Conference and
Special 41^{st} Anniversary Celebration, Los Angeles, California,
October 1618, 2014 2.
OklahomaArkansas MAA Sectional
Meeting, Searcy, Arkansas, April 1012, 2014 3.
SACNAS National Conference and
Special 40^{th} Anniversary Celebration, San Antonio, Texas, October
36, 2013 3.
BlackwellTapia Conference, Columbus, Ohio, November 46, 2010 4.
AMS Sectional Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 1718, 2010 5.
AMS Sectional Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 1718, 2010 6.
MAAAMS Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Francisco, California, January 1316,
2010 7.
RMMC Summer Conference II: Recent Developments in Dynamic Equations on Time
Scales, Laramie, Wyoming, June 819, 2009 8.
Graduate Student Symposium, Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 2009 9. Célébration
du 20ième
anniversaire des séminaires
GIRAGASéminaire
GIRAGA XI,
The University of Yaoundé I, Yaoundé, Cameroon, September 2006 10. Première Conférence
AfriqueSuède
en Mathématiques, Hilton Hotel, Yaoundé , Cameroon,
September 1416, 2006 11.
International Programme for Mathematical
Sciences(IPMS), Uppsala(Suède), Projet
Analyse, Géométrie
et Applications" dans les universités camerounaises, The Univer sity of Yaoundé
I, Yaoundé, Cameroon, February 28March 5, 2005 Pedagogical Workshops Attended 1.
Advocates for Classroom
Assessment Workshop 6, Using assessment results to docu
ment scholarly teaching, Summarizing and
analyzing, Effective and appropriate action, Sharing
with others, Keeping the momentum going, November 14, 2011. 2.
Advocates for Classroom
Assessment Workshop 5, Scholarly teaching, Revisiting learn ing goals, Creating effective assignments, tests, final
projects, Assessing students over the course of the semester; Scholarship of
teaching: reflective, systematic, replicable, and public, October 18, 2011. 3.
Advocates for Classroom
Assessment Workshop 4, Keeping Assessment Simple: Using
Rubrics to Measure Learning, Using Rubrics for assessing assignments
& tests, Student
Selfassessment"no surprises", September 15, 2011. 4.
Advocates for Classroom
Assessment Workshop 3, Transforming Student Work into
Learning Assessment: From Evaluating student Performance to Assessing
Learning,
Teaching Academy, April 19, 2011. 5.
Advocates for Classroom
Assessment Workshop 2, Set up the Goals Posts, Developing
Learning GoalsKnowing What you Want to Assess and Why, Teaching
Academy,
March 8, 2011. 6.
Advocates for Classroom
Assessment Workshop 1, Take Charge of Assessment: Teacher
Owned AssessmentAssessing Learning Outcomes, Teaching Academy, February 10, 2011. Professional Grants 1. Center Stage grant for a presentation on
the culture and customs in Cameroon Grasslands, November 13, 2014,
Center Stage Events, Tennessee Technology University, Cookeville, TN 2. Internal Research Grant to
investigate the racial disparities in lung and bronchus cancer mortality
rates between African Americans/Blacks and Whites in the U.S.A. using a
longitudinal linear mixedeffects models, Cameron University, Lawton, OK, Fall
2014 to Spring 2015 Editor Editorial board member of the Peertechz Journal of Bioinformatics and Biostatistics,
February 2015—present http://www.peertechz.com/BioinformaticsBiostatistics/editorialboard.php Reviewer 1. Helms series at Brooks/Cole: Elementary and
Intermediate Algebra (2012), Joel R. Helms, University of Cincinnati, Blue Ash (first
edition). Professional Memberships 1. American
Mathematical Society, Member, 2007present 2. Mathematical
Association of America, Member, 2007present 3. Society for Advancement in Chicano and Native
Americans in Science (SACNAS), Member, 2013present Grants Center Stage grant for a presentation on the culture and
customs in Cameroon Grasslands, November 13, 2014, Center Stage Events, Tennessee Technology University,
Cookeville, TN Service 1. Judge Graduate
Student Oral Presentations, SACNAS Conference, San Antonio, Texas, October
05, 2013 2. Hiring
Committee, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Cameron University, Lawton,
OK, 20122015 3. Hiring
Committee of the Director of Mathematics Laboratory, Cameron University,
Lawton, OK, 20122013 4. Coordinator and founder of the Mathematics
Seminar, Cameron University, Lawton, OK, Fall 2013present 5. Implementation of Mathematics Capstone I
courses, Cameron University, Lawton, OK, Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 Hobbies Taking care of my family especially my son, Elroy,
and my daughter, Abrielle; jogging, and gardening.
Deepening my understanding of Culture and Customs in Cameroon Grasslands. Cameron University . 2800 West Gore Boulevard . Lawton Oklahoma 735056377 .
(580) 5812200 