|First Name||Last Name||Title||Phone Extension||Office Location|
|Paul||Davis||Professor Emeritus||5241||Stratton Hall|
|William||Hardell||Professor Emeritus||5241||Stratton Hall|
|JJ||Malone||Professor Emeritus, Adjunct Teaching Professoremail@example.com||5599||SL405E|
|Bruce||McQuarrie||Professor Emeritus||5241||Stratton Hall|
|Domokos||Vermes||Professor Emeritus||5241||Stratton Hall|
Adjunct Teaching Professors
Mike Malone works with Math Department Faculty, Staff, and Graduate students to assure that their computational needs are met. Whether it’s the purchase and setup of a new desktop, laptop, mobile device, or printer, or the troubleshooting of an existing device, Mike works with each person to make sure that they are able to use their devices to complete their mission, whether it’s learning, teaching, or research.
Rhonda Podell joined WPI and the Department of Mathematical Sciences in 2008. She provides administrative and operational support to the department head, associate department head, faculty and students in the department and enjoys interfacing with other offices on campus to help the math department fulfill its mission.
As the Assistant Operations Manager, Rhonda’s primary role is to support the operations of the Mathematical Sciences Department and assist the Department Head and Associate Department Head in overseeing the workflow of the department. She assists in academic course scheduling, TA/PLA training and the operations of the math tutoring center. She coordinates K-12 outreach activities such as the Annual WPI Mathematics Meet for high school students and various mathematics summer camps as well as department workshops. She has developed the department’s Facebook and Twitter page, manages the content for the digital signs in the department along with the department website, and supports the Center for Industrial Mathematics and Statistics (CIMS). Rhonda provides crucial support for the center’s Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program and for workshops such as the Mathematical Problems in Industry, and she maintains the center’s financial accounts. One of the true highlights of her position, she says, is to see our students begin as freshmen and flourish into innovative individuals as graduating seniors. Rhonda loves the sense of community that is within the department and is felt across the WPI campus. She holds a BS in Psychology from Worcester State University and is pursuing a Master’s Degree at Southern New Hampshire University in Industrial & Organizational Psychology.