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Seth Meyer

Professor of Mathematics

B.A., Carleton College
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin

Programs: Mathematics

Seth Meyer’s research interests lie in the areas of combinatorics, linear algebra and mathematics education. He is particularly interested in inverse problems in graph theory and applications of discrete mathematics. He 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.

Meyer is committed to building strong relationships with his students and to helping them develop mathematically and personally. His courses typically include a variety of different ways to demonstrate learning objectives in different assessment formats. He teaches courses at all levels of mathematics but teaches courses for preservice teachers and linear algebra most frequently.

In 2012, he was selected as a fellow to the national Project NexT program of the Mathematical Association of America. He has also worked on several grants related to teacher education and he has been funded to develop pathways to increase the number of STEM teachers through the National Science Foundation’s Noyce grant.

MATH 120 Numbers and Operations
MATH 203 Linear Algebra
MATH 212 Principles of Algebra and Data
MATH 220 Principles of Geometry
MATH 303 Advanced Linear Algebra
MATH 306 Abstract Algebra

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