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Annette LaRussa, Ph.D
Math Education Specialist
Ph.D in Mathematics, University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Ph.D in Science education, University of Georgia.
Brian Borchers, Ph.D
Ph.D in Mathematics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Optimization, Inverse Problems.
Anwar Hossain, Ph.D
Ph.D in Statistics, Old Dominion University.
Theory and application of Statistics, Regression Diagnostics.
Andrew Phillips, Ph.D
Visiting Assistant Professor
Ph.D in Mathematics, Boston College.
W.D. Stone, Ph.D
Ph.D in Mathematics, University of Utah.
Differential Equations, Mathematical Biology.
Mingji Zhang, Ph.D
Ph.D in Mathematics, University of Kansas.
Dynamical systems, Nonlinear PDEs.
Oleg Makhnin, Ph.D
Ph.D in Statistics, Michigan State University.
Stochastic Processes, Geostatistics, Statistical Consulting.
Rakhim Aitbayev, Ph.D
Ph.D in Mathematics, University of Kentucky.
Numerical Partial Differential Equations, Preconditioning of Large Sparse Linear Systems.
John Starrett, Ph.D
Ph.D in Mathematics, University of Colorado.
Dynamical Systems and Physics Models.
Ivan Avramidi, Ph.D
Ph.D in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, Lomonosov Moscow State University.
Mathematical Physics, Partial Differential Equations on Manifolds, Differential Geometry.
Bert Kerr, Ph.D
Ph.D in Computational and Applied Mathematics, Old Dominion University.