Elise G delMas's Home Page

I am working on my PhD in Mathematics at the University of Minnesota, going into my fifth year. I'm a born and raised Minnesotan and I earned my BA in Mathematics from Macalester College in 2012. My advisor is Vic Reiner. My research interests are mainly in algebraic combinatorics. Right now I am working on projects in the general linear group over a finite field, specifically its representation theory and reflection factorizations of certain elements.

Contact Info

Elise G delMas
  Vincent 556
  206 Church St SE
  Minneapolis, MN 55455 USA

  Macalester Students: Please contact me at my Macalester email address: edelmas@macalester.edu
  Macalester Office: OLRI 120


This semester I am teaching a course at Macalester College (MATH 137) as well as being a TA for a course at the University of Minnesota (MATH 3283W). My office hours for both courses are below, as well as some course information. Please be sure you are checking the information for the right class!

MATH 3283W (U of M)

Office Hours

Vincent Hall Room 556
Tuesday and Thursday 9:00am - 10:00am

Worksheet Answers

Logic and Negation Practice
Group Proofs of Thm 2.3.16 (10/11)
Functions Worksheet (10/13)
Supremum and Infimum Worksheet (10/27)
Interior and Boundary Worksheet (11/1)
Quiz 7 Key
Exam 2 Review Sheet Answers
Sequences Worksheet (11/15)
Exam 3 Review Sheet Answers

LaTeX Project and Oral Presentation Information

Project and Presentation Overview
My Guidelines for the projects and Oral Presentation Schedule
Spreadsheet with assigned problems



MATH 137 (Macalester)

Office Hours

OLRI 120
Monday 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Wednesday 12:00pm - 1:00pm


Course Website: All course information is on this website, NOT on Moodle.
Moodle: The Moodle site will only be used for recording grades.


Representations of the Rook-Brauer Algebra, with Tom Halverson


School of Mathematics
College of Science and Engineering
University of Minnesota
Shape note singing, my other passion.

Last Modified Wednesday December 07, 2016
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