Jeffrey Anderson

Dean of the College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Office: 102D Jarvis Hall - Science Wing


Ph.D. Applied Mathematics (Cognate graduate coursework in Fluid Dynamics, Classical Mechanics, and Continuum Mechanics), Iowa State University, 1989

B.A. Mathematics (Minors in Business Economics and Physics), University of Minnesota - Morris, 1984

Research Interests

Applied Partial Differential Equations - fundamental theories and qualitative behavior of solutions

Current projects regarding models of large river food webs and tumor-induced angiogenesis

Previous research on models of porous media flows, blow up phenomena, and composite materials production methods

Courses Taught

Calculus, Differential Equations, Analysis, Abstract Algebra, Complex Analysis (graduate level)

Precalculus, Developmental Algebra, Algebra and Chemistry cohort instruction

Post-secondary education option and Talented youth programming courses in Calculus and Multivariable Calculus

Use of distance methods including web-based mathematics resources (ALEKS), D2L, video conferencing, and interactive television