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Mohammed Kaabar

Mohammed Kaabar


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Virtual Speakers Bureau


  • Global Math Project
    Ambassador of Global Math Project 06/2018 – Current
  • Systemic Initiative for Modeling Investigations and Opportunities with Differential Equations (SIMIODE)
    contributor 06/2018 – Current
  • American Mathematical Society
    Nominated Student Member 08/2015 – 08/2016

Education History

  • PhD Mathematics (03/2019)
  • M.S in Mathematics Mathematics (05/2016)
    Washington State University
  • B.S in Theoretical Mathematics Mathematics (12/2014)
    Washington State University, Pullman, WA


  • Kaabar, M, K. (2015). A Friendly Introduction to Differential Equations. Mohammed Kaabar Website.
  • Kaabar, M, K. (2014). A First Course in Linear Algebra: Study Guide for Undergraduate Linear Algebra Course. Mohammed Kaabar Website.
  • Kaabar, M, K. (2013). The Benefits of Three Dimensional Transistor in the Microelectronics Area in The Online Journal on Electronics and Electrical Engineering (OJEEE). (volume 5, issue 4, 597-600).

Teaching Experience

  • Calculus II (Fall 2015)
    • Washington State University – Math 172
  • Honors Calculus II (Fall 2015)
    • Washington State University – MATH 182 (Substitute Instructor)
  • Calculus III (Summer 2015)
    • Washington State University – MATH 273
    • (Teaching Assistant)


  • English
    • Speaking level: Superior
    • Reading level: Superior

Honors & Awards

  • The 2016 MERLOT Peer Reviewer Extraordinaire (05/2016)
    Peer Reviewer Extraordinaire award recognizes individuals as Peer Reviewers Extraordinaire for completing fifteen or more Peer Reviews during a year.
  • Graduate Student Assistantship (08/2015)
    Graduate Student Assistantship at Washington State University, Pullman, USA
  • Fall 2014 President’s Honor Roll at Washington State University (12/2014)


  • The Three Different Data Analysis Methods for finding the Best Classification Rates for Arabic Sign Language Data at American Mathematical Society Meeting at California State University, Fullerton, CA, USA, 11/25/2015
    Data Analysis and Applied Mathematics
  • Finding the Best Classification Rates for Arabic Sign Language Data using Data Analysis Methods at Washington State University, USA, 10/08/2015
    Data Analysis and Applied Mathematics
  • Linear Programming Models with Applications in Financial Mathematics and Risk Management, 03/03/2015
    Optimization and Financial Mathematics


  • Substitute Math Instructor (01/2017 – 02/2017) Colorado Early Colleges
  • Adjunct Math Faculty (08/2016 – 12/2016) Moreno Valley College
  • Calculus II Lab Instructor (08/2015 – 05/2016) Washington State University