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Faculty & Staff

Mathematics Faculty and Office Hours

David Andrews, Ph.D.

David AndrewsAssistant Professor, Mathematics

Office: Haggerty Science Center 51
Phone: 972-721-5039
Fax: 972-721-4148
E-Mail: andrews@udallas.edu

After completing a B.S. in mathematics at the University of Dallas, Dr. Andrews went to Purdue University where he earned a masters degree in industrial engineering. From there he went on to Rice University where he earned an M.S. and                                                            a Ph.D. in statistics. He returned to U.D. in the Fall of 1998.
Office Hours
For appointments, please connect to the calendar with the following link: http://goo.gl/DZCW2

FALL 2016 SCHEDULE
MAT 2305-070  Intro Statistics MW9:00-9:50 GLA
MAT 2005-70L  Statistics Lab  R9:30-10:20 HSC13
MAT 2005-71L  Statistics Lab  R 3:30-4:20 HSC13
MAT 2005-72LStatistics Lab F9:00-9:50 HSC13
MAT 2005-73LStatistics Lab F3:00-3:50 HSC13
MCS-3317-070Comp OrgMWF11:00-11:50 HSC22

 

Robert Hochberg, Ph.D.

Robert HochbergAssistant Professor, Mathematics

Office: Haggerty Science Center 50
Phone: 972-721-5307
Fax: 972-721-4148
E-Mail: hochberg@udallas.edu

Rob receiveda BS in mathematics from SUNY Stony Brook anda Ph.D. in mathematics from Rutgers University. Later he received an MS in computer science from NC State. His research interests include computational mathematics                                                            and computational biology.
Office Hours
MW 10:00-11:00
TR 11:00-12:00
and by appointment

FALL 2016 SCHEDULE
MCS 3316-070  Adv Discrete Structures TR 9:30-10:50 HSC22
MCS 1410-070  Intro Comp Sci MWF 8:40-9:50 HSC22
MCS 4V50-070  ST/Data Bases, Ntwks TR 2:00-3:20 HSC22
MAT 2107-070Math Colloquium R 3:30-4:30 HSC002

 

John Osoinach,Ph.D.

John OsoinachChairman, Mathematics

Office: Haggerty Science Center 47
Phone: 972-265-5732
Fax: 972-721-4148
E-Mail: josoinach@udallas.edu

Dr. Osoinach received a Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Texas at Austin in 1998, an M.A. from Rice University in 1993, and a B.S. from Vanderbilt University in 1990.His two main areas of research are topology and game theory.
Office Hours
Mon-Fri 11:00-11:50
and by appointment

FALL 2016 SCHEDULE
MAT 1301-070  Euc/Non-Euc  TR9:30-10:50 HSC101
MAT 3321-070  Linear Point Set  MWF 9:00-9:50 HSC24
MAT 3190-070  Problem Solving  T2:00-3:20 HSC24
MAT 4332-070  Abstract Algebra I  MWF 10:00-10:50 HSC24

 

D. Paul Phillips,Ph.D.

D. Paul PhillipsAssociate Professor, Mathematics

Office: Haggerty Science Center 49
Phone: 972-721-5224
Fax: 972-721-4148
E-Mail: phillips@udallas.edu

Professor Phillips obtained a B.A. in mathematics from Rice University in 1991 and a Ph.D. in mathematics from Rice University in 1999.


Office Hours
MWF 10:00-10:50
and by appointment

FALL 2016 SCHEDULE
MAT 1301-071  Euc/Non-Euc TR11:00-12:20 HSC101
MAT 3159-070  Junior Workshop F3:00-3:50 HSC24
MAT 3324-070  Diff Equations  MWF 1:00-1:50 HSC101
MAT 3V50-070  Vector Analysis TR 12:30-1:50HSC24

Douglas Dailey, Ph.D.

Douglas Dailey mathematicsPostdoctoral Instructor of Mathematics

Office: Haggerty Science Center 46
Phone: 972-721-5369
Fax: 972-721-4148
E-Mail: ddailey@udallas.edu

Dr. Dailey received his Ph.D. (2016) and M.S. (2013) in mathematics from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. In 2011, he received his B.A. in mathematics with a minor in German from the University of South Dakota. His research interestsinclude commutative algebra and mathematics education.
Office Hours
MWF 11:00-11:50
R 2:00-3:00
and by appointment

FALL 2016 SCHEDULE
MAT 1301-072  Euc/Non-Euc TR12:30-1:50 HSC101
MAT 1404-071  Calculus I MTWF2:00-2:50 HSC001
MAT 3310-070  Linear Algebra MWF 10:00-10:50 HSC114

 

Adjunct Professors

Mr. Valdez Gant

Valdez GantAdjunct Professor, Mathematics

Office: Haggerty Science Center 44
Phone: 972-721-5175
Fax: 972-721-4148
E-Mail: vgant@udallas.edu

Mr. Gant obtained a B.S. in electrical engineering from Southern University and A&M College in Baton Rouge, LA, as well as a masters degree in mathematics. His background includes extensive experience in electrical engineering with companies                                                            such as, Kimberly-Clark, Delphi Corporation, and Texas Instruments. In addition to the                                                        classes he teaches at UD, Mr. Gant is also a full-time instructor at North Lake College.

Office Hours
by appointment

FALL 2016 SCHEDULE
MAT 1404-072  Calculus I TR9:10-10:50 HSC114

 

Sarka Malkova, Ph.D.

Sarka MalkovaAdjunct Professor, Mathematics

Office: Haggerty Science Center 44
Phone: 972-721-5175
Fax: 972-721-4148
E-Mail: smalkova@udallas.edu

Professor Malkova obtained a M.S. in math and physics education at the Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic in 1998 and a Ph.D. in physics at the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2005 .
Office Hours
by appointment

FALL 2016 SCHEDULE
MAT 1411-070  Calculus II TR9:10-10:50 HSC24

 

Teresa Schichl, Ph.D

SchichlAffiliate Instructor, Mathematics

Office: Haggerty Science Center 44
Phone: 972-721-5175
Fax: 972-721-4148
E-Mail: tschichl@udallas.edu

 

 

 

Office Hours
TR 8:00-9:00, 12:40-1:00
and by appointment

FALL 2016 SCHEDULE
MAT 1404-070  Calculus I TR11:00-12:40 HSC001
MAT 2412-070  Calculus III TR9:10-10:50 HSC001

James Berger

Adjunct Instructor, Computer Science

Office:  Haggerty Science Center 44
Phone:  972-721-5175
Fax:  972-721-4148
Email:  jberger@udallas.edu

Office Hours
By appointment

FALL 2016 SCHEDULE
MCS 1101-070  UNIX  W 3:00-3:50  HSC22

 

 

Penny Koutsogeorgas

Administrative Assistant, Mathematics
Office: Haggerty Science Center 44
Phone: 972-721-5175
Fax: 972-721-4148
E-Mail: penny@udallas.edu

 

 

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