User:Alison S King

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Mailing Address

Alison King

Department of Mathematics

1 LMU Drive

Los Angeles, CA 90045


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LMU Math Website

Here is my paper resume.



Applied Mathematics

Expected to graduate Spring 2020

Upper Division Science and Math Courses Taken

  1. Real Analysis
  2. Complex Variables
  3. Globalization Through a Data Science Lens
  4. Biomathematical Modeling
  5. Mathematical Modeling
  6. Intro to Probability and Statistics


I am a Division I student-athlete on the LMU Women's Soccer Team. My interests include sports and art. My favorite aspect of biology is the constant potential for advancement because it is intriguing to have a field of study that in always looking for improvement. My favorite aspect of math is how applicable it is to almost everything in life because you can use it to solve most problems.

Career Interests and Goals

Interested in data visualization.

Research Projects

Currently working on a research project with LMU professor Dr. Bargagliotti in which we create data visualizations.

Work Experience

  • LMU Undergraduate Research Fellow
    • August 2018 - Present
    • Working on data visualizations using Excel, R, etc.
  • Math Tutor at Loyola Marymount University
    • January 2017 - December 2018
    • Worked with other student-athletes to complete homework, perform well on tests, and improve grades in math courses such as Calculus, Statistics, and Algebra.
  • Deli Server at Korbel Champagne Cellars
    • May 2017 - August 2017
    • Learned how to work in a fast-paced food service environment and developed great customer service skills.

BIOL388 Classwork


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Alison S King

Class Page: BIOL388/S19

Assignment Pages:

Shared Journals:

Individual Journals:


My homework partner, Leanne K. Kuwahara, and I worked together in class and answered each other's questions via a stream of texts over the course of the week. We talked about creating the Acknowledgements section together.

Dr. Dahlquist answered our questions about the Acknowledgements section during a class period.

I referred to BIOL388/S19:Week 1 for help with the assignment outline and how to use wiki syntax.

Except for what is noted above, this individual journal entry was completed by me and not copied from another source.

Alison S King (talk) 11:24, 22 January 2019 (PST)


Loyola Marymount University (22 January 2019) BIOL388/S19:Week 1. Retrieved from on 22 January 2019.