This website uses cookies to understand how you use the website and to improve your experience. By continuing to use the website, you accept the University of New England’s use of cookies and similar technologies. To learn more about our use of cookies and how to manage your browser cookie settings, please review our Privacy Notice.


Craig Tennenhouse

Craig is from Maryland and Indiana, and has taught in Colorado, California, and North Dakota. He lives in Portland, ME with his wife, 2 kids, and a cat. Craig likes board games, rock climbing, and spending time outdoors with his family.




University of Chicago


University of Colorado


University of Colorado Denver


Extremal graph theory

combinatorial game theory


Current Research

Graph theoretic applications in the sciences, Combinatorial Game Theory, Graph Theory

Research Interests

Extremal graphs, Combinatorial game theory

Selected Publications

Recent publications:

C. Tennenhouse, "Edge-critical G,H colorings", Ars Combin., Vol. 138, (2018) 403-413

C. Tennenhouse, "Impartial poker nim", Internat. J. of Game Th., (2016) 1-11

C. Tennenhouse, "Induced subgraph-saturated graphs", Th. and Appl. of Graphs, Vol. 3:2, (2016)

C.J. Byron, C. Tennenhouse, "Commonality in structure among food web models”, Network Biology, Vol. 5:4, (2015) 146-162

J. Quinlan, C. Tennenhouse, “Perceived utility of typesetting homework in post-Calculus mathematics courses”, PRIMUS, Vol. 26:1, (2015) 53-66

C. Tennenhouse, “A new parameter on resolving sets with a realizable triple”, Australasian J. of Combin., Vol. 63:1, (2015) 115-129

Profile picture of Craig Tennenhouse

Craig Tennenhouse



Associate Professor

Biddeford Campus

Decary Hall

(207) 602-2380

On Campus