Faculty

Luca Capogna

Luca Capogna

Professor and Department Head

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall

Phone: 508-831-5241

My research is in the area of Partial Differential Equations. I am also interested in Calculus of Variations and in analytic aspects of Quasiconformal Mappings, Sub-Riemannian Geometry, Minimal Surfaces and Mean Curvature Flow. Partial differential equations, and more in general Mathematics, provide a powerful language to express our understanding of complex phenomena in nature and in other contexts. ... View Profile
Jon P. Abraham

Jon P. Abraham

Professor of Practice

Coordinator, Program in Actuarial Mathematics

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 002B

Phone: 508-831-6123

Teaching has evolved into a second career for me. After working for over 25 years as an actuary, I came to WPI a few years back, and have loved every minute of it! I provide insight to my students about working as an actuary, as well as convey a real world sense of urgency and connection to what we are doing in the classroom. I particularly enjoy the academic cycle – getting a fresh start every fall term, and seeing a new batch of enthusiastic first year students arriving on campus. ... View Profile
Marcel Y. Blais

Marcel Y. Blais

Associate Teaching Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: 104A Stratton Hall

Phone: 508-831-5677

I teach many graduate courses in our Financial Mathematics Professional Master’s Program. I particularly love engaging graduate students in areas of financial mathematics; the material is exciting, cutting edge, and fun to apply and relate to current events and states of financial markets. At the undergraduate level, I teach upper-level optimization electives, as well as calculus courses. I enjoy teaching at this level, showing undergraduate students why the mathematics we study is important and relevant. Currently, I am involved in the study of liquidity modeling in mathematical finance. ... View Profile

Jane Elizabeth Bouchard

Instructor's Associate

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 305A

Phone: 508-831-6636

Peter R. Christopher,

Peter R. Christopher

Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 305B

Phone: 508-831-5269, 508-831-5241

I have been at WPI for a long time. It’s been exciting to participate in the evolution of the Institute and to adapt to changes along the way. As a mathematician, my focus is graph theory, a relatively new area of mathematics that was not offered when I was a student. Today, graph theory enjoys a lot of attention with over a dozen journals devoted to it and with applications to many fields within and outside of mathematics. In particular, computer scientists and electrical engineers make good use of graph theory and have contributed to its growth. ... View Profile

Fatemeh Emdad

Associate Teaching Professor

Computer Science

Professor Fatemeh Emdad completed her Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics with a concentration in Applied Mathematics at Colorado State University. She is the recipient of the top-ranked student academic award from the President of Shiraz University. She is the author of the book High Dimensional Data Analysis and more than 20 journal and conference articles. She completed her postdoctoral degree with the University of Texas Medical Branch and Shriners Hospital for Children Burn Unit when she was the NIH postdoctoral scientist fellow (under Ruth L. ... View Profile
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William W. Farr

Associate Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 105A

Phone: 508-831-5496, 508-831-5241

Bill Farr has been teaching at WPI since 1989. His main teaching interests are in calculus, differential equations, and linear algebra. He also has a longtime interest in using technology in teaching. View Profile
Joseph D. Fehribach

Joseph D. Fehribach

Associate Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 201C

Phone: 508-831-5069

Professor Fehribach has taught and led mathematical research efforts at WPI since 1992. If you are interested in his work, please contact him directly. His research works with Kirchhoff graphs, representing that the null and row spaces of a matrix are orthogonal complements. When the matrix is the stoichiometric matrix for a chemical reaction network, the Kirchhoff graph is effectively a circuit diagram for that reaction network. View Profile
John A. Goulet

John A. Goulet

Teaching Professor

Coordinator, Master of Mathematics for Educators program
Director of WPI annual Math Meet

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 201A

Phone: 508-831-5036

Teaching at WPI is a great opportunity to help incoming freshmen make the transition from high school to college as well as gain the pleasure and satisfaction that higher education can bring. Further, the WPI Plan is a unique approach to education, and John brings both enthusiasm and a special perspective as one of its first graduates. He appreciates the great people the students are and assists them into making mathematics a successful part of their start. ... View Profile
Arthur C. Heinricher

Arthur C. Heinricher

Dean of Undergraduate Studies

Professor

Undergraduate Studies

Office: Boynton Hall, 1st Fl

Phone: 508-831-5397

Arthur Heinricher is the Dean of Undergraduate Studies and a Professor of Mathematical Sciences. As dean, he is responsible for ensuring the quality and effectiveness of all aspects of the undergraduate experience at WPI, providing leadership and working with the faculty to implement new undergraduate curricular and structural changes. Together with the Dean of Students, he works to ensure an appropriate balance and synergy between academics and student life. ... View Profile
Mayer Humi, ,

Mayer Humi

Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 303

Phone: 781-377-5955, 508-831-5241, 508-831-5213

I am a mathematical physicist working on the development and application of mathematical methods to atmospheric research and satellites orbits. As part of this research, I am also developing new methods for the use of symmetry principles to solve differential equations. I have taught a broad spectrum of applied math courses on the undergraduate and graduate levels. View Profile
Michael Richard Johnson

Michael Richard Johnson

Assistant Teaching Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 201B

Phone: 508-831-5134

At WPI I have taught a variety of courses ranging from Calculus, Statistics, and Probability at the undergraduate and graduate level.  With help from the ATC (Academic Technology Center) I use course capturing to record my lectures and keep an eye on advances in technology to aid student learning. I completed my PhD in Economics at Clark University in October 2012. My dissertation explored theoretical models for free and open source software. ... View Profile

Padraig O Cathain

Assistant Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 202B

My research interests are in combinatorics, algebra and their applications to real world problems. I am particularly interested in symmetric designs, Hadamard matrices and difference sets. I have applied these methods to problems in compressed sensing and communications engineering. In teaching, I hope to communicate to students the rigor and beauty of pure mathematics as well as its applicability to real world problems. View Profile
Christopher J. Larsen

Christopher J. Larsen

Professor

Associate Department Head

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 109B

Phone: 508-831-6124

Many interesting physical phenomena are difficult to pin down mathematically, which is a necessary first step in order to make predictions confidently. This is particularly true in the study of the evolution of defects in materials; for example, predicting the growth and paths of cracks. My research is in applied analysis, and my goals are to formulate mathematically- and physically-reasonable models for these problems, as well as understand the properties of solutions (even proving their existence itself is often a serious problem). ... View Profile
Roger Y Lui,

Roger Y Lui

Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 105B

Phone: 508-831-5241, 508-831-5330

I am a mathematical biologist working in areas from molecules to population. I primarily teach undergraduate-level differential equations and applied mathematics classes. I also advise MQP in the area of mathematical biology. View Profile
Konstantin Lurie,

Konstantin Lurie

Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 010

Phone: 508-831-5241, 508-831-5293

Konstantin's research has, since the early '60s, been focused on optimal control of distributed systems, specifically, on optimal material design. The journal papers and books he published since laid a solid foundation of this discipline, as we know it today. The need for optimal design comes from everyday life and from various technological requirements that put forth numerous challenges demanding better quality, less weight, lower cost, faster operation, etc. ... View Profile
William J. Martin

William J. Martin

Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 302A

Phone: 508-831-6764

Bill Martin's goal is to find mathematical research projects that lie between beautiful and powerful mathematical theory, on the one hand, and pressing technological applications, on the other. This effort requires one to keep abreast of both mathematical developments and applications in computer science and engineering. Professor Martin's mathematical research is in the area of algebraic combinatorics, where tools from linear and abstract algebra are applied to problems in discrete math. ... View Profile
Umberto Mosco

Umberto Mosco

Harold J Gay Chair Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 307

Phone: 508-831-5074

Being part of WPI is an enriching professional experience. Our students are motivated and work hard. I adjust my teaching to their background. By focusing on basics, and keeping the matter simple, students respond with accrued concentration and interest. For many, learning develops into investigation, and eventually, into research via an independent study, a project, a dissertation, and resulting, possibly, with a publication. My research utilizes applied analysis, focusing on the study of partial differential equations with singularities. ... View Profile
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Balgobin Nandram

Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 103

Phone: 508-831-5241, 508-831-5539

Sarah D Olson

Sarah D Olson

Assistant Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 302

Phone: 508-831-4940

At WPI, I enjoy teaching all courses fundamental to applied mathematics, scientific computing, and modeling. I am looking forward to mentoring students interested in working on areas in Mathematical Biology, Computational Biofluids, and Scientific Computing. I specialize in Mathematical Biology, understanding emergent properties of complex systems. The goals of these models are to understand the underlying biological processes and make predictions. Please visit my website to learn more about recent research projects. View Profile

Randy Clinton Paffenroth

Associate Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Atwater Kent Laboratories, 124

My research focuses on compressed sensing, machine learning, signal processing, and the interaction between mathematics, computer science and software engineering. My interests range from theoretical results to algorithms for tackling practical applied problems, and I enjoy problems most when mathematical results lead to efficient software implementations for big data. I am looking forward to working with students at all levels and backgrounds who share an interest in mathematics, software, or data. ... View Profile

Buddika Peiris

Assistant Teaching Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall, 100

Teaching is an art. It is something you develop within yourself. It needs hard work, time, creativity and dedication. Giving clear and understandable lectures, facilitating group activities, and interacting with students are all important parts of my teaching. My objectives as a statistics educator are: (1) to teach students about statistical tools and how to use them correctly, (2) to expose students to the structure of statistical analysis, and (3) to teach students how to communicate statistical results and concepts to a variety of audiences. ... View Profile
Joseph D. Petruccelli,

Joseph D. Petruccelli

Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 109B

Phone: 508-831-5241, 508-831-5362

Statisticians have many career paths available to them. As a young researcher, I worked on theoretical problems in applied probability and time series analysis. More recently, I have focused my energies more on statistics education as well as collaborations with researchers in other fields, primarily the biomedical sciences. I enjoy teaching statistics courses at all levels, from introductory undergraduate to advanced graduate. I particularly enjoy advising student projects, which I think are the essence of a WPI education. View Profile

Barry John Posterro

Assistant Teaching Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall, 105D

My areas of concentration are teaching courses for Actuarial Mathematics, advising actuarial math students, and advising financial math students. Students with interests in investments (options, volatility trading, etc) are encouraged to approach me with ideas for MQPs or master’s projects. In addition, I have IQP opportunities for students interested in local history. View Profile
Dina J. Rassias,

Dina J. Rassias

Instructor's Associate

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 305A

Phone: 508-831-6636, 508-831-5730

Marcus Sarkis-Martins

Marcus Sarkis-Martins

Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 206

Phone: 508-831-5287

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Brigitte Servatius

Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 305C

Phone: 508-831-5241, 508-831-5361

I pose this question: if I dip a wire cage of a cube into soap bubbles, can I get a hexagon? These are questions I love posing to my students. Likewise, I appreciate all questions my students ask me, regardless of how ridiculous they may seem. Every question is worth asking and investigating, and WPI encourages this innovative way of thinking. View Profile

Stephan Sturm

Assistant Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall, 202C

I am an applied mathematician specializing in the field of financial mathematics and engineering. Currently, I am most interested in problems involving modeling with stochastic volatility and the implied volatility surface. Another topic of my research interests lies in delegated portfolio optimization and the role played by incentive schemes paid to fund managers. ... View Profile
Dalin Tang

Dalin Tang

Professor of Mathematics and Biomedical Engineering

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 202E

Phone: 508-831-5332

I have been teaching and conducting research at WPI since 1988. Teaching is a lot of fun since it involves interactions with students, and we can pass our knowledge and experiences to students for their better future. I have been conducting research for cardiovascular modeling in the past 30 years and has made various contributions, especially in using image-based modeling for vulnerable plaque progression and rupture investigations. I collaborate with faculty from many universities, including Harvard, MIT, University of Washington (Seattle), Washington University (St. ... View Profile
Burt S. Tilley

Burt S. Tilley

Associate Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall, 202A

Phone: 508-831-6664

My main research area of interest is mathematical modeling of problems in scientific and engineering applications. Recent examples include heat transfer properties in patterned liquid-cooled electronics, heat transfer in geothermal energy harnessing applications, and inter-facial pattern formation on thin fluid films and sheets. The mathematical content of these problems focus on, but are not limited to, continuum mechanics, free-boundary problems, nonlinear partial differential equations, and nonlinear differential equations. ... View Profile
Bogdan M. Vernescu

Bogdan M. Vernescu

Vice Provost for Research

Professor

Office of the Provost

Office: Boynton Hall

Phone: 508-831-6411

Bogdan Vernescu was appointed to the position of vice provost for research in 2016, with the goal of enhancing faculty research efforts and increasing support for research at WPI from government agencies, corporations, and foundations. His responsibilities include supervising the operation and non-financial support of WPI’s research enterprise, including oversight of university-wide research institutes and centers, and the offices that administer research sponsorship and intellectual property and innovation. ... View Profile
Darko Volkov

Darko Volkov

Associate Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 104B

Phone: 508-831-6125

Professor Volkov's research in applied mathematics relies on Partial Differential Equations theory, Integral Equations theory, and asymptotic and numerical methods. He is interested in abstract existence and uniqueness questions as well as inverse problems and their numerical solutions. Applications of his research include electromagnetic theory, wave propagation, and seismology. He has been teaching all levels of math classes, from Calculus to Graduate Analysis. ... View Profile
Homer F. Walker,

Homer F. Walker

Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 009A

Phone: 508-831-5241, 508-831-6113

Homer Walker's research and teaching interests are generally in computational and applied mathematics. In recent years, his research has been mainly concerned with developing and analyzing numerical algorithms for solving systems of linear and nonlinear equations, especially the very large systems that arise in modeling complex physical phenomena such as fluid flow. Previous research interests include numerical methods for unconstrained optimization, differential equations, and statistical estimation. ... View Profile
Gu Wang

Gu Wang

Assistant Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall, 305D

Phone: 508-831-6137

My research is in the field of Mathematical Finance, which aims at building probabilistic models that provide insights into the behavior of financial market participants, and developing the underlying mathematical theories. My work focuses on the optimal investment and consumption policies in various market settings. I received my Ph.D. ... View Profile
Suzanne L. Weekes

Suzanne L. Weekes

Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 109B

Phone: 508-831-5267

Zheyang Wu

Zheyang Wu

Associate Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall, 101

Phone: 508-831-5031

Professor Wu's research interest lies in applying the power of statistical science to promote biomedical researches. In statistical genetics, he is developing novel statistical theory and methodology to analyze genome-wide association (GWA) data and deep (re)sequencing data to hunt new genetic factors for complex human diseases. In epigenetics, he is studying gene expression regulation mechanisms through chromatin interaction, and RNA silencing pathways in the developmental stages of germ-line cells. ... View Profile

Vadim V. Yakovlev

Associate Research Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 104C

Phone: 508-831-5495

My professional interests include electromagnetic and multiphysics modeling, scientific computations, and optimization in various interdisciplinary areas associated with high frequency electromagnetics. I am particularly interested in applications of microwave power engineering as well as microwave imaging (i.e., non-destructive evaluation and testing of materials from the characteristics of the electromagnetic field). I run the Industrial Microwave Modeling Group (IMMG), which I established in 1999 as a division of WPI’s Center for Industrial Mathematics and Statistics (CIMS). ... View Profile

Zhongqiang Zhang

Assistant Professor

Visiting Scientist at Division of Applied Mathematics, Brown University

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall, 302A

I enjoy teaching and I love interactions with students. In teaching, I teach students how I think and learn their views of my research fields. My current interest is to investigate numerically the propagation of noise using models of stochastic differential equations arising in various applications, especially in  fluid dynamics, biology, and finance. The research is two fold: one is to construct efficient and stable numerical methods to solve stochastic differential equations; the other is to evaluate the constructed and existing methods through theoretical analysis. View Profile
Jian Zou

Jian Zou

Assistant Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 102

Phone: 508-831-6428

Professor Zou’s research focuses on financial time series and spatial statistics with applications to epidemiology, public health and climate change. His most recent research on statistical theory and methodology addressed a wide range of challenges including high dimensionality, complex dependencies, and space and time variations. His research in high-frequency financial data tackled problems with high dimensionality, which is currently a hot topic in statistics. ... View Profile

Post-Doctoral Scholars

Lucia Carichino

Post-Doctoral Scholar

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Salisbury Labs 405A

The focus of my research is on mathematical and computational modeling of biological fluids and tissues. During my Ph.D. work, I have developed mathematical models to investigate the relevance of mechanical and vascular factors in the pathophysiology of glaucoma, a neurodegenerative disease affecting the eye. I enjoy teaching, I strive to establish a classroom environment where the students are challenged to ask questions and share ideas without the concern of making mistakes. View Profile

Simone Cassani

Post-Doctoral Scholar

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Salisbury Labs 405B

I received my PhD in mathematics at Purdue University working in the field of applied mathematics studying biological applications. My PhD work focused on the study of ocular blood circulation and aqueous humor flow in relation to ocular diseases, with a particular interest in glaucoma, a degenerative ocular disease which is the second leading cause of blindness all over the world. I previously received my BS and MS in mathematical engineering at Politecnico di Milano; both my BS and MS thesis focused on turbulence. View Profile

Kelum Dineshanrathne Gajamannage

Post-Doctoral Scholar

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Salisbury Labs 405D

Jianjun Huang

Post-Doctoral Scholar

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Salisbury Laboratories, 405B

My research interests are biological mathematics, fluid dynamics, modeling and simulations. The focus of my research is on the development and analysis of mathematical and computational models that can be used to study the fluid dynamics of microorganism motility. I enjoy teaching and conveying mathematics to students. ... View Profile

F. Patricia Medina

Post-Doctoral Scholar

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Salisbury Labs 405A

My research is in applied mathematics with focus on the mathematical and computational treatment of models given by systems of partial differential equations with nonlinearities. In particular, methane hydrate models and coal-bed methane models. I have also done research in non-parametric statistics and in Banach space theory (Orlicz spaces). My broad background lets me appreciate the beauty of mathematical proofs and the excitement of applications. WPI offers a very unique experience to instructors and students. View Profile

Hyungbin Park

Post-Doctoral Scholar

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Salisbury Laboratories, 405F

I am an applied mathematician who works in the field of mathematical finance. I am a post-doc scholar at the Department of Mathematical Sciences in Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA. My research focuses primarily on problems that arise from option pricing theory, optimal investment strategies and systematic risk. I enjoy teaching and have been fortunate to be given multiple opportunities to teach a diverse array of courses. View Profile

Xiaodan Zhou

Post-Doctoral Scholar

Mathematical Sciences

Adjunct Teaching Professors

Farhod Abdullayev

Adjunct Teaching Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Salisbury Labs 405B

I am a post-doctoral scholar in the Department of Mathematical Sciences. My area of research is Applied Analysis, with an emphasis on Partial Differential Equations, Calculus of Variations, and Applications to Material Science. I enjoy teaching and have been fortunate to be given multiple opportunities to teach a diverse array of courses, and to closely interact with students. I believe that a good teacher should have the ability to make use of a variety of different methods to motivate students to learn every single day, no matter how difficult the theoretical aspects of subject may be. View Profile

Tatiana Doytchinova

Adjunct Instructor/Lecturer

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 105C

Herman Servatius

Herman Servatius

Adjunct Professor

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Stratton Hall 305C

Phone: 508-831-5361

I pose this question: if I dip a wire cage of a cube into soap bubbles, can I get a hexagon? These are questions I love posing to my students. Likewise, I appreciate all questions my students ask me, regardless of how ridiculous they may seem. Every question is worth asking and investigating, and WPI encourages this innovative way of thinking. View Profile

Bheemaiah Veena Shankara Narayana Rao

Adjunct Instructor/Lecturer

Mathematical Sciences

Office: Salisbury Labs 408A

Staff

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Ellen Mackin

Administrative Assistant V

Mathematical Sciences

Phone: 508-831-5316, 508-831-5241

I provide administrative support to the Department’s Graduate program.  A few of my primary responsibilities include answering all prospective students’ inquiries, the admissions process, supporting the Graduate Admissions and Graduate Program Committees, and preparing EPAFs for TAs and RAs.  I also provide administrative support to faculty members by typing technical documents using the LATEX typesetting program. In my leisure I enjoy walking and reading. My favorite times are those spent with my wonderful family (especially the grandchildren) and friends.

Mike Malone

Michael Malone

Computer Operations Manager

Mathematical Sciences

Phone: 508-831-5403

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 J. Podell

Rhonda Podell

Office Coordinator

Mathematical Sciences

Phone: 508-831-5241

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 office coordinator, Rhonda’s primary role is to oversee the workflow of the office. In addition, Rhonda assists with the department’s undergraduate activities, lecture series, and peer learning assistants (PLAs) and tutoring center programs. She helps to organize 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 and manages the content for the digital signs in the department. She is also the Administrative Assistant for 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.

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Deborah Sleith

Administrative Assistant VI

Mathematical Sciences

Phone: 508-831-5241, 508-831-5316

Deb's primary responsibility is the maintenance of the department’s finances.  She also provides support to the department head, is an editor for the department’s website, the recording secretary for all department meetings, and the administrator for a large number of student employees each year.  As part of the office team, she and all the staff work hard to ensure smooth functioning of the department and a pleasant atmosphere.  Deb holds a BFA in Printmaking from Rochester Institute of Technology, and in her time away from the office, enjoys year-round canoeing in the whitewater rapids of New England rivers.

Associated Faculty

First Name Last Name Title Email Phone Extension Office Location
Paul Davis Professor Emeritus   5241 Stratton Hall
William Hardell Professor Emeritus   5241 Stratton Hall
JJ Malone Professor Emeritus, Adjunct Teaching Professor jjmalone@wpi.edu 5599 SL405E
Bruce McQuarrie Professor Emeritus   5241 Stratton Hall
Domokos Vermes Professor Emeritus   5241 Stratton Hall