Our Mathematical Sciences faculty have a wide range of research interests that often cross into the work being done in other disciplines. Click on the links below to learn more about their work.
Susan Gray received an undergraduate degree from Pennsylvania State University, the MAT degree from the University of Pittsburgh, and a doctorate from Boston University. She has been working on issues related to mathematics teaching and learning for over twenty years. She enjoys teaching, curriculum and program development, research, and student and faculty mentoring.
secondary mathematics teacher education
Susan Bell received an undergraduate degree from Salisbury University and a masters degree from the University of Houston. Susan grew up in MD, lived in NH, and currently resides in ME. Her professional interests include differential equations, Laplace transforms, and incorporating technology into learning. Susan enjoys whitewater kayaking, indoor climbing, hiking, and yoga.
Born and rasied in Maine, I have lived here most of my life and I wouldn't want it any other way! Prior to UNE I taught all levels of High School Math for a decade. Since arriving at UNE in 2008 I have taught Precalculus, Calculus, Statistics, Math for Elementary School Teachers, and Geometry. I am the advisor for the UNE Math Club.
My professional interests include academic asseement, fractal geometry, math education and math outreach.
My personal interests...
Having grown up in MD and IN, attending universities in Chicago, Scotland, Boulder, and Denver, and teaching in ND and CA, Craig has lived in 5 time zones in all. He lives in Portland, ME with his wife, 2 children, 2 cats, and a dog. Craig likes board games, playing music poorly, and spending time outdoors with his family.
Extremal graph theory
impartial combinatorial games