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216 Kingston Hall
Cheney, WA 99004
The Department of Mathematics resides on the first two floors of Kingston Hall located on the corner of 5th Street and C-Street in Cheney, WA.
Dr. Keith AdolphsonAssociate Professor (2002...)Kingston 209Phone: 509.359.6066Email: email@example.com
B.A., Distributive Science with Biology emphasis (1977), Gustavus Adolphus College
M.S., National Security Affairs - Technical Intelligence (1990), Naval Postgraduate School
M.A., National Security Affairs - Strategic Planning (1990), Naval Postgraduate School
Ph.D., Instructional Leadership & Academic Curriculum/Mathematics Education (2002), University of Oklahoma
Mathematics Education: K-8 Mathematics Teaching & Learning, Discourse, Technology
Dr. Barbara AlvinProfessor & Department Chair (1983...)Kingston 213Phone: 509.359.2203Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgA.B., Spanish, Miami University, Oxford OH (1974).
M.S. Mathematics (1976); M.S., Statistics (1976), Miami University, Oxford, OH.
Ph.D., Bio statistics, University of Washington (1983).
Bio statistics; Health science statistics/Specialty is serving as a connection between users of statistics & statistical theory.
Mr. Anthony BaraconiDevelopmental Math ALEKS Lab Services Manager (2012...)Monroe 302Phone: 509.359.2281Email: email@example.comB.A. (2010) & M.S. (2012), Mathematics, Eastern Washington University
Mr. Rick BiggerstaffLecturer (2013...)KGS 201Phone: 509.350.2780Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
B.A., Secondary Mathematics (1987) & M.S., Mathematics (1994), Eastern Washington University
Current Washington State Teaching Certificate for Secondary Mathematics
with endorsements in Physics & Computer Programing
Dr. Joy BjerkeLecturer (2012...)Kingston 112Phone: 509.359.4272Email: email@example.com
BA & MA, Mathematics, California State University, Fresno
Ed D, Educational Leadership, University of La Verne
Dr. Louis BlairLecturer & Actuarial Science Advisor (2007...)Kingston 107Phone: 509.359.6070Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgB.S., Mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1976)
M.S., Mathematics, University of Illinois (1982)
Ph.D., Mathematics, Carnegie Mellon University (1991)
Ms. Katie CampbellInterim Mathematics Specialist/TRIO Mathematics Lab Manager (2013...)TRIO Math Lab, Kingston 117BPhone: 509.359.7392Email: email@example.comB.A. (2010) & M.S. (2013), Mathematics, Eastern Washington University
Dr. Daniel CanadaProfessor (2003...)Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgB.S., Mathematics, Biola University, California (1988).
M.S., Mathematics & Teaching Cert., Western Washington University (1994).
Ph.D., Mathematics Education, Portland State University (2004).
Fullbright Scholar Research in Tanzania, South Africa (2009-2010)
Mathematics Education: Understanding variance
Dr. Carlos Castillo-GarsowAssistant Professor (2013...)Kingston 106Phone: 509.359.6946Email: email@example.com
B.S., Biometry & Statistics, Cornell University (2003)
M.A., Linguistics, State University of New York--Buffalo (2006)
Ph.D., Mathematics, Arizona State University (2010)
Dr. Jackie CoomesLecturer (1999-2005) & Associate Professor (2005...)Kingston 204Phone: 509.359.4232Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgB.S., Mathematics, University of California, Davis (1993).
M.S., Mathematics, Eastern Washington University (1998).
Ph.D., Mathematics Education, Washington State University (2006).
Mathematics Education: Relationships Between Community, Interactions, and Ways of Knowing In College Precalculus Classes
Mr. Raymond DempseyLecturer (2013...)Kingston 201Phone: 509.359.4314Email: email@example.com
B.S., Mathematics, Universaity of Wisconsin--Green Bay (2008)
M.S., Mathematics, University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee (2013)
Algebra, Analysis, & Mathematics Education
Dr. Diane DowdProfessor (1995...)Kingston 108Phone: 509.359.2876Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
B.A., Elementary Education, Asbury College, Kentucky (1977).
M.A., Mathematics Education, California State University, Sacramento (1982).
Ph.D., Mathematics Education, Washington State University (1995).
Mathematics education: (1) Teaching and learning K-8 content, (2) Understanding of teacher education candidates (K-8)
Mr. Anthony FrenkLecturer (2013...)Kingston 129Phone: 509.359.2790Email: email@example.comB.S., Mathematics (2011) & M.S., Applied Mathematics (2013), Eastern Washington University
Dr. Dale GarrawayAssociate Professor (2003...)Kingston 206Phone: 509.359.6072Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgB.S., Mathematics, Simon Fraser University, (1996)
M.S., (1997); Ph.D., (2002) Mathematics, Dalhousie University
Category Theory, Graph Theory
Dr. Ron GentleProfessor (1990...)Kingston 212Phone: 509.359.6478Email: email@example.comB.S., Mathematics, University of Toronto (1976).
M.S., (1978); Ph.D (1982), Mathematics, University of British Columbia.
Abelian category theory; Ring theory, Representation theory of artin algebras.
Mr. David GoeringSenior Lecturer (1990...)Kingston 210Phone: 509.359.6858Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgB.A., Mathematics, Kansas University (1977)
M.S., Mathematics, Eastern Washington University (1990)
Geometry & Probability
Ms. Melissa GrahamSenior Lecturer & Director of Mathematics Tutoring LabKingston 105Phone: 509.359.2541Email: email@example.com
B.A.E., Secondary Mathematics & B.A., Physics, Eastern Washington University (2002)
M.S., Mathematics, Eastern Washington University (2004)
Mr. Michael GrahamSenior Lecturer (2000...)Kingston 109Phone: 509.359.6076Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgB.A. (1991) & M.S. (1993), Mathematics, Eastern Washington University.
The inverse problem of Galois theory.
Dr. Christian K. HansenAssociate Dean of Computing and Engineering Sciences and Professor (1993...)Kingston 208Phone: 509.359.6068Email: email@example.comM.S., Electrical Engineering (1988); Ph.D., Statistics (1991), Technical University of Denmark.
Reliability theory; Statistical process control, experimental design.
Industrial applications of statistics.
Ms. Jane LaneSenior Lecturer and APTP Mathematics Placement Test CoordinatorKingston 101Phone: 509.359.4311Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgB.A., Romance Linguistics, University of Washington (1974).
M.S., Mathematics Education, Montana State University (1998).
Mathematics Education: 9-12.
Dr. Hyung Sook LeeAssistant Professor (2008...)Kingston 205Phone: 509.359.2894Email: email@example.comB.S., Mathematics Education, Seoul National University (1988).
M.S., Mathematics, KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) (1990).
Ph.D., Mathematics Education, University of Georgia (2008).
Secondary Mathematics Teaching Certificate (7-12).
Mr. Jim LeighLecturer (2012...)Kingston 103Phone: 509.359.7412Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
B.S., Mathematics, University of Washington (1968)
M.S.N.S., Mathematics, Seattle University (1973)
Mr. Peter LoweLecturer (2012...)Kingston 115Phone: 509.359.6232Email: email@example.comB.A.E., Secondary Mathematics (2002) & M.S., College Instruction/Mathematics (2005), Eastern Washington University
Dr. Frank LynchAssistant Professor (2013...)Kingston 311Phone: 509.359.7067Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgB.A., Mathematics & B.A., Physics, Magna Cum Laude, (1999), Linfield College
M.S. (2001) & Ph.D. (2010)Mathematics, University of Utah
Ms. Kelly LynnMathematics Specialist (2009-13) & Lecturer (2011...)Kingston 111Phone: 509.359.2251Email: email@example.comB.A. (2006) & M.S. (2008), Mathematics, Eastern Washington University
Ms. Rebecca MeyerLecturer (2013...)Kingston 104Phone: 509.359.6729Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
B.S., Mathematics, Whitworth University (2011)
M.S., Mathematics, Eastern Washington University (2013)
Dr. Gayle MillsapsAssistant Professor (2013...)Kingston 110Phone: 509.359.6743Email: email@example.com
B.A., English, University of Tennessee (1978)
M.A., Mathematics (1989) & Ph.D., Mathematics Education (2005), The Ohio State University
Mr. Christopher MullinsLecturer (2013...)Kingston 202Phone: 509.359.6071Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
B.S., Mathematics, Gonzaga University (2011)
M.S., Mathematics, Eastern Washington University (2013)
Mr. Wade NeilsonLecturer (2013...)Kingston 102Phone: 509.359.4310Email: email@example.com
B.A.E., Secondary Mathematics (2011) & M.A., Teaching K-9 Mathematics, Eastern Washington University (2013)
Dr. Yves NievergeltProfessor (1985...)Kingston 127Phone: 509.359.4259Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgDiploma in Mathematics, Ecole Polytechnique, Switzerland (1976).
Ph.D. & M.S., Mathematics - Several Complex Variables (1984); Ph.D., Mathematics - Several Complex Variables (1984), University of Washington.
Applied analysis (mathematics applied to chemistry, medical diagnostic imaging, and physics), Complex analysis, and Numerical analysis (mathematics of scientific programming).
Dr. Andrew OsterAssistant Professor (2013...)Kingston 306Phone: 509.359.6742Email: email@example.com
B.S., Mathematics & minor in Computer Science, Magna Cum Laude, (2000), Cal Poly
M.S. (2002) & Ph.D. (2006), Mathematics, University of Utah
Dr. Hugh SullivanProfessor (1967...)Kingston 207Phone: 509.359.6133Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgB.A., (1962) and M.A. (1964), Mathematics, University of Montana.
Ph.D., Mathematics, Washington State University (1968).
Mathematical Systems Theory & Topology.
Dr. Elena TonevaProfessor (2000...)Kingston 211Phone: 509.359.6073Email: email@example.com
M.S., (1972); Ph.D., (1979), Mathematics, University of Sofia.
Functional analysis and Harmonic analysis on abstract groups.