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Seth Meyer
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Seth Meyer

Professor of Computer Science and Mathematics

Seth Meyer has taught courses in the mathematics, math education and computer science disciplines at St. Norbert College since 2012. He is committed to building strong relationships with his students and helping them develop both mathematically and personally. His courses typically include a variety of ways to demonstrate learning objectives in different assessment formats.

Meyer has authored 13 research papers in a variety of mathematics journals and has mentored five summer undergraduate research projects in diverse areas such as graph theory, representation theory and behavioral economics. He is a recipient of the Leonard Ledvina Outstanding Teacher Award at SNC.

  • Math 120 Numbers and Operations
  • Math 203 Linear Algebra
  • Math 212 Principles of Algebra and Data
  • Math 220 Principles of Geometry
  • CSCI 205 Software Engineering and Elementary Data Structures

  • B.A. – Carleton College (Mathematics and Computer Science)
  • M.A. – University of Wisconsin-Madison (Mathematics)
  • Ph.D. – University of Wisconsin-Madison (Mathematics)

  • Combinatorics
  • Linear algebra
  • Discrete mathematics and theoretical computer science
  • Inverse problems
  • Mathematics education

Present bias in partially sophisticated and assisted agents. With J.Pomplun and J. Schill (SNC undergraduates). Mathematical Social Sciences, Volume 118 (2022), 36-47.

Rigid linkages and partial zero forcing. With D. Ferrero, M. Flagg, H. T. Hall, L. Hogben, J. C.-H. Lin, S. Nasserasr, and B. Shader. Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, Volume 26, Issue 2 (2019), 2.43.

The minimum rank problem for circulants. With L. Deaett. Linear Algebra and its Applications, Volume 491 (2016), 386-418.