Craig Tennenhouse, Ph.D.
Interim Academic Director, School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences
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 2 cats. Craig likes board games, cooking, indoor rock climbing, and spending time outdoors with his family.
Combinatorial Game Theory
Extremal graph theory
Graph theoretic applications in the sciences, Combinatorial Game Theory, Graph Theory
M. Huggan, C. Tennenhouse, "Genetically Modified Games", Integers, 21b, (2021)
K. Burke, M. Ferland, M. Fisher, V. Gledel, C. Tennenhouse, "The Game of Blocking Pebbles", Integers, 21b, (2021)
J. McDonald, G. Puleo, C. Tennenhouse, "Packing and Covering Directed Triangles", Graphs and Comb., 36, 1059–1063, (2020)
C. Tennenhouse, "Edge-critical G,H colorings", Ars Combin., Vol. 138, (2018) 403-413
Other scholarly activity
A colleague and I wrote a book on Combinatorial Game Theory and Discrete Mathematics.
Extremal graphs, Combinatorial game theory