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Accomplishments by Selenne Bañuelos


Exhibitions / Presentations:

  • "The STEM Service Courses Initiative of Project PROMESAS: Pathways with Regional Outreach and Mathematics Excellence for Student Achievement in STEM." with H. Sota, B. Black, C. Cole, L. Morales, and C. Wyles. Paper delivered at Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education. San Diego, CA, Feb 25, 2018.


Exhibitions / Presentations:

  • "A Structured Two-Stage Population Model with Migration." Paper delivered at Showcasing Diversity: Women in Mathematical Biology. Boston, MA, July 2016.
  • Using Ordinary Differential Equations and Difference Equations to Model Biological Systems. Pepperdine University Biology REU: Natural Science Seminar. Malibu, CA.



  • "Effects of Thermoregulation on Human Sleep Patterns: A Mathematical Model of Sleep–Wake Cycles with REM–NREM Subcircuit." with J. Best, G. Huguet, A. Prieto-Langarica, and e. al.. Applications of Dynamical Systems in Biology and Medicine. Edited by A. Radunskaya and T. Jackson. New York, NY: Springer Press, 2015. 123-47. (

Other Activities:

  • "An Epidemiological Approach to the Spread of Two Classes of Voters in Ventura County." with C. Flores. Center for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics Minigrant, Center for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics. 17,000. 2016.


Exhibitions / Presentations:

  • "Math and Love: Odd Pairing or Perfect Match?." Newspaper Article Interview for Input. VC-Star. Feb 13, 2015. (
  • "Family Engagement Day in STEM." with A. Kaufmann. Panel discussion at 2014 SACNAS National Conference. Los Angeles, Ca, Oct 18, 2014.

Other Activities:

  • Modeling the Effects of Temperature in Human Sleep Patterns. Graduate Colloquium: CSU-Channel Islands. Camarillo, Ca. Nov 1, 2014.
  • A Mathematical Model of Wake/NonREM/REM States. Conference Talk: SACNAS Annual Conference. Los Angeles, California. Oct 1, 2014.
  • A Mathematical Model of Wake/NonREM/REM States. Conference Talk: SIAM Conference on the Life Sciences. Charlotte, North Carolina. Aug 1, 2014.
  • Cornell Summer Math Institute Alumni Travel Grant. Cornell University Summer Math Institute. 2014.