*
The strong
symmetric genus and generalized symmetric groups of type*
*G*(*n*,3),
Journal of Group Theory, 13 (2010) 131–138.

*The
strong symmetric genus of the finite Coxeter groups, *
Journal of
Group Theory, 10 (2007) 841-848*.*

*
Qd(p)-free rank two
groups act freely on the homotopy product of two spheres*,
Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra, 208 (2007) 821-831.

*The strong symmetric
genus of the hyperoctahedral groups*,
Journal of Group Theory, 7 (2004) 495-505.

*
A quotient of the set
[BG, BU(n)] for a finite group G of small rank*,
Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra, 188 (2004) 161-174.

*Vector bundles over BG
whose Euler classes are effective*, Doctoral Thesis, Purdue
University, 2001.

## Preprints or papers in preparation: (click on text for file in pdf format)

*
Elementary saturated fusion
subsystems and ingrained sub**groups
*(in preparation, last updated 6/8/09)
[still rough] (was titled:
*
Elementary saturated fusion
subsystems and minimal normal saturated fusion subsystems*
)

A classification of 2-local
finite groups of rank two with trivial center.

(This is not a new result but may be of
interest. Last updated 2/23/06)

**:**(click on text for file in pdf format)

Which (2,3,r) triangle groups give rise to the strong symmetric genus of some finite group?

October 25, 2009 at the Special Session on Automorphisms of Riemann Surfaces and Related Topics.

AMS Eastern Sectional Meeting, University Park, Pennsylvania

Generalized symmetric groups with the best strong symmetric genus

October 18, 2008 at the Special Session on Computational Group Theory

AMS Central Sectional Meeting, Kalamazoo, Michigan

The strong symmetric genus and generalized symmetric groups:results and a conjecture

December 15, 2007 at the Special Session on Group Theory, Actions, and Computation

AMS-NZMS Joint Meeting, Wellington, New Zealand

*The strong symmetric genus and generalized symmetric groups of type*

*G(n, 3)*

April 22, 2007 at the Special Session on Automorphisms of Curves,

AMS Western Sectional Meeting, Tuscon, Arizona

The strong symmetric genus of the finite Coxeter groups

January 7, 2007 at the Joint Mathematics Meetings in New Orleans

Most rank two finite groups act freely on a homotopy product of two spheres,

June 22, 2005 at Conference on Pure and Applied Topology, Isle of Skye, Scotland

Other research documents: (click on text for file in pdf format)

Extended abstract for Oberwolfach Reports: Homotopy rank and small rank groups,

from Group Cohomology: Interactions and Applications workshop,

in Oberwolfach, Germany, September 2005