# Research Areas of Tenure-Track & Tenured Faculty

**Kelly McKinnie**, Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (finite dimensional division algebras, the Brauer group, valuation theory and algebraic geometry)
**Nikolaus Vonessen**, Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (noncommutative rings and invariant theory, division algebras)

**Jennifer Brooks**, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin (several complex variables, harmonic analysis)
**Greg St. George**, Ph.D., University of Montana (functional analysis)
**Karel Stroethoff**, Ph.D., Michigan State University (complex and functional analysis, operator theory)

**John Bardsley**, Ph.D., Montana State University (applied mathematics, numerical analysis)
**Leonid Kalachev**, Ph.D., Moscow State University (applied mathematics, asymptotic methods, mathematical biology)
**Emily Stone**, Ph.D., Cornell University (dynamical systems, applied mathematics)

**Mark Kayll**, Ph.D., Rutgers University (discrete mathematics)
**Jenny McNulty**, Ph.D., University of North Carolina (matroid theory, combinatorics)
**George McRae**, Ph.D., University of Washington (operations research, categorical algebra)
**Cory Palmer**, Ph.D., Central European University

**James Hirstein**, Ed.D., University of Georgia (mathematics education)
**Matt Roscoe**, Ph.D., University of Montana (mathematics education)
**Bharath Sriraman**, Ph.D., Northern Illinois University (learning sciences, innovation/talent development, philosophy of mathematics and mathematics education, history and philosophy of science, theory of knowledge, Central/Southwest Asian studies, mathematics education)
**Ke Wu**, Ph.D., University of Minnesota (mathematics education)

**Jonathan Graham**, Ph.D., North Carolina State University (applied statistics, spatial statistics)
**Solomon Harrar**, Ph.D., Bowling Green State University (multivariate analysis, asymptotic expansion, robustness)
**David Patterson**, Ph.D., University of Iowa (applied statistics)
**Brian Steele**, Ph.D., University of Montana (applied statistics, statistical ecology)

**Eric Chesebro**, Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (geometric topology)