Mathematics, Analytics, Science, and Technology Division Faculty Profiles

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Zefeng Bai

  • Visiting Assistant Professor
Zefeng Bai is a visiting assistant professor of applied mathematics in the Mathematics, Analytics, Science, and Technology (MAST) division. He came to the United States as an international student in 2012. Driven by a strong interest in finance and applied statistics and mathematics, Zefeng joined the business PhD program (with a focus on business analytics) at Bentley University and earned his PhD in 2022.

Before joining Babson College, Zefeng taught business statistics, intermediate applied statistics, and managerial statistics at Bentley University. He enjoys studying and exploring new teaching techniques that could help facilitate student-and-instructor interactions in a diverse learning environment. Zefeng's research interest lies primarily in long-term asset management strategy and causal inferences using microeconometrics techniques. Specifically, motivated by the increasing aging populations worldwide, his dissertation examines using the target volatility investment concept to improve existing pension plans. Zefeng is also broadly interested in using statistical and mathematical models to explain business and social phenomena. His research has found applications in asset management, behavioral finance, religion study, and public health.
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David Blodgett

  • Associate Professor
Dr. Blodgett joined Babson College in September of 2012 and currently teaches Biotechnology in the Math and Science Division. He received his B.A. in Chemistry and Spanish from Assumption College in 2002, his Ph.D. in Biomedical Science in 2007, and M.S. in Clinical Investigation in 2012 at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Dr. Blodgett's research interests center on glucose metabolism and the dysfunction caused by diabetes. In the lab, he investigates gene expression changes in alpha and beta cells from human pancreatic islets donors who do not have diabetes or have type 1 or type 2 diabetes. The goal of these studies is to identify genes that positively or negatively affect beta cell function, which could eventually become therapeutic targets. His research has been accepted for publication in peer-reviewed journals such as: Diabetes, Current Opinion in Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Obesity, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Journal of Biological Chemistry, Journal of General Physiology, and Biochemistry. Dr. Blodgett is generally interested in educating the broader community about the role of science and technology in everyone's daily lives and looks forward to establishing a student centered research program on campus.
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Joanna Carey

  • Associate Professor
Dr. Carey joined Babson in 2017 as an Assistant Professor in the Math & Science Division. She currently teaches Case Studies in Ecological Management (NST 2020), and Oceanography (NST 1060). Her research focuses on answering fundamental questions regarding ecosystem processes in the context of rapid global change. She examines how human activities are altering carbon, nitrogen, and silicon cycling along the land-ocean continuum (forests, rivers, salt marshes, and estuaries) in temperate and Arctic ecosystems. Dr. Carey received her Ph.D. in Earth Science from Boston University (2013), her M.S. in Environmental Science from Yale University (2007), and her B.S. in Environmental Policy & Planning from Virginia Tech (2005). Before joining Babson in 2017, Dr. Carey completed several post-doctoral fellowships, including an NSF Earth Science Fellowship and a USGS Powell Center Fellowship, both hosted at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, MA.
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Eric Wai Kin Chan

  • Assistant Professor
Eric empirically studies the effects of education, labor, and housing policy on family and individual outcomes. He is interested in using experimental and quasi-experimental methods to provide causal evidence that is relevant for policy and practice. Further, he wishes to extend the machine learning research on categorical measurements of images and texts to further policy research. Eric received his MA, MPhil, and PhD from Teachers College, Columbia University and his BS from Babson College.
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Richard Cleary

  • Professor
  • Robert E. Weissman '64, H'94, P'87 '90 and Janet Weissman P'87 '90 Professor of Business Analytics
Professor Rick Cleary is a statistician and mathematician with research and consulting interests in a variety of fields including sports and education. Prior to coming to Babson College in 2013, Professor Cleary taught at St. Michael's College in Vermont, Cornell University, Bentley University, and Harvard University. He has held leadership positions in the Mathematical Association of America, including six years on the Executive Committee as Associate Treasurer. He currently co-chairs the Upper Division Pathways initiative for TPSE Math, see link below. Professor Cleary enjoys working with teachers at all levels to improve statistics education and he gives frequent talks and workshops on ways to encourage statistical thinking. He has been active in the Wellesley community as a youth sports coach and through service on school councils.
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Kirstin Cooprider

  • Adjunct Lecturer
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Julie De Zutter

  • Adjunct Lecturer
Dr. De Zutter is a research scientist in the lab of Dr. Anthony Carruthers in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology at UMass Medical Center in Worcester, Massachusetts. She received her B.S. in Biology from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell in 1991, worked in the Biotech industry for several years before earning her Ph. D. in Biochemistry from the University of Massachusetts Medical School in 2001. Dr. De Zutter's research focuses on studying the structure and function of the GLUT family of passive glucose transport proteins. A hallmark of cancer is an increase in glucose metabolism seen in highly proliferating cells. GLUT1 (the blood brain barrier transporter), GLUT3 (the neuronal transporter) and in some cases GLUT12 expression has been shown to be significantly increased in rapidly dividing cells. One potential strategy to exploit this metabolic characteristic of cancer cells is to screen and characterize potential chemical agents that inhibit glucose transport across the cell membrane both in vitro and in vivo. These studies will not only help to understand GLUT regulation in health and disease, but will also provide potential therapeutic targets for controlling glucose availability when perturbed by diseases, such as cancer. Prior to her arrival at Babson, she has taught courses at Becker and Dean College as an Adjunct Professor. Dr. De Zutter is interested in the science of biotechnology and the social, political and ethical questions that it raises, and promoting scientific literacy in the broader community.
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Zachary Dunseth

  • Adjunct Lecturer


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Ira Farber

  • Assistant Teaching Professor
Ira Farber, Full Time Lecturer of Science, was a member of Polaroid's Vision Research Laboratory and conducted studies in adaptive signal processing. Subsequently, he joined Ortho Diagnostic Systems, Inc. as a Senior Scientist working in the area of flow cytometry and its application to medical instrumentation. He then turned his attention to the field of optical computing and served as vice president of Optron Systems, Inc. managing R&D contracts funded by the Department of Defense, NASA, DARPA, NSF and NIH. Returning to academia, Dr. Farber held the position of Associate Director of the Rosenstiel Basic Medical Research Center at Brandeis University. He has published in the fields of electro-optics, biophysics and neuroscience and has taught graduate and undergraduate courses at Harvard, MIT, Brandeis and WPI. As a consultant, he has provided guidance for projects requiring multidisciplinary expertise in science, engineering and business as well as project management within matrix environments. Specific areas include systems engineering services for R&D programs encompassing electro-optics, physics and electronics as well as offer technology assessment services for investors including technical, strategy and business plan consulting for start-up projects.
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Sarah Quinn Foster

  • Assistant Professor
Dr. Sarah Foster joined Babson in 2020 and is currently teaching Oceanography (NST1060) in the Math and Science Division. Dr. Foster's research explores the response of coastal marine ecosystems to anthropogenic changes (such as nutrient pollution and climate change) across a variety of geographic and temporal scales. Dr. Foster earned her PhD (2019) and MA (2013) from Boston University in Earth Sciences with a certificate in Biogeosciences, and her BA from Hampshire College (2006). Prior to joining Babson, Dr. Foster taught at Boston University and worked for the United States Geological Survey in Menlo Park, CA on their long-term water-quality monitoring program in San Francisco Bay. As a marine ecologist and science educator she is dedicated to sharing her love of science and ocean ecosystems to diverse groups of people through outreach programs, workshops, and classroom teaching. She is also committed to supporting increased visibility and opportunity for historically underrepresented groups in STEM and academia in general. Dr. Foster is excited to contribute to the Babson community through education and basic research that helps to build a more sustainable and regenerative future for the planet.
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Salvatore Giunta

  • Assistant Teaching Professor
Prof. Giunta received his B. S. and M. A. In Mathematics and Adolescent Education from Adelphi University in 2011 and 2012. He is currently pursuing a doctorate in Mathematics Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. He is an avid teacher and mentor to students. Most recently, his research interests focus on the statistics education and pedagogy around classroom dynamics.
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William Hebard

  • Adjunct Lecturer
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William Huss

  • Adjunct Lecturer
In addition to teaching over 20 courses at Babson College, William Huss has taught courses at Bentley College and Framingham State as well as numerous professional seminars on Strategic Business Planning and Consulting. He is published extensively in conference proceedings on topics related to market planning, forecasting, and market research. Before teaching, as Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at XENERGY, Inc. he provided marketing support, information services and energy efficiency consulting to many of the largest utilities and energy suppliers in North America.
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Nathaniel Karst

  • Professor
  • Division Chair
Dr. Nathan Karst received his B.S. in electrical and computer engineering from Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering in 2007 and his doctorate in applied mathematics from Cornell in 2011. He is an avid teacher and researcher, having won the Dean's Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching in 2014 and the Dean's Award for Excellence in Scholarship in 2015. Most recently, his research has focused on the role of nonlinear dynamics in microvascular networks and various problems in surface hydrology.
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Davit Khachatryan

  • Associate Professor
Dr. Davit Khachatryan is an applied statistician with research interests in analyzing patent data. Davit's current and former research has produced publications in academic, peer-reviewed journals such as Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (Series C), The American Statistician, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Scientometrics, and Journal of Quality Technology. Prior to joining Babson College, Davit was a Senior Associate at the National Economics and Statistics practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). In the latter role he consulted in the area of predictive modeling and advanced data analytics, helping clients from financial, healthcare, and government sectors with building automatic predictive models and enhancing business intelligence solutions. Davit has earned his B.S. in Applied Mathematics and Informatics from Yerevan State University, M.S. in Statistics and Ph.D. in Management Science from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
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Peter Lert

  • Adjunct Lecturer


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Vivian Leung

  • Assistant Teaching Professor
Dr. Vivian Leung is a geologist whose research focuses on the intersection of channel dynamics, river restoration, and ecology. She examines the effects of dam removals and land-use on channel behavior and aquatic habitat using physical experiments and fieldwork. Prior to joining Babson, Dr. Leung worked for the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe on the interactions between the Elwha River dam removals, wood debris, and salmon habitat. She has taught classes on Natural Hazards, Water, Geology, and Physical Geography at Davidson College, the University of Richmond, and Mount Holyoke College. Her pedagogical research investigates the effects of near-peer mentoring on Hispanic and low-income student's interest in geoscience majors and careers. Dr. Leung received her Ph.D. in Earth and Space Sciences from the University of Washington and her B.S. in Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences from MIT.
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Michelle Li

  • Assistant Professor
Michelle joined the Division of Mathematics and Science at Babson College in 2018. Her research and teaching interests include: Business Analytics, Data Mining, Management Science / Operations Research, Supply Chain Management / Logistics / Transportation, Game Theory, Quality Competition, Sustainable Systems, and Information Asymmetry. She co-authored a book titled Competing on Supply Chain Quality A Network Economics Perspective which was published in 2016. In addition, her research has produced publications in peer-reviewed journals such as Omega, Annals of Operations Research, International Journal of Production Economics, Journal of Global Optimization, and International Transactions in Operational Research. Michelle received her PhD in Business Administration with a concentration in Management Science at the Isenberg School of Management of the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
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Dennis F.X. F. Mathaisel

  • Professor
Dennis Mathaisel is Professor of Management Science at Babson College. He was a Research Scientist at MIT; founder and President of a computer software firm that developed systems for airline scheduling and resource allocation; and he was a Branch Manager for Operations Research at the McDonnell Douglas Corporation.

His teaching interests are in the fields of data science, business analytics, management science, and quantitative methods. His research is focused on data science, business analytics, sustainability and airline operations. He is the author of 44 refereed journal articles as well as three books: Sustaining the Military Enterprise: An Architecture for a Lean Transformation, Auerbach Publications Taylor & Francis Group; Sustaining the Military Enterprise: Enhancing its Ability to Perform the Mission, with J. Manary and C. Comm, CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group; and Engineering for Sustainability, with J. Manary and Ned H. Criscimagna, CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group.

Dr. Mathaisel was the MIT co-lead of the Sustainment Operations Team for the Lean Sustainment Initiative for the U.S. Air Force. He has had research assignments with NASA, the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Department of Transportation (Office of the Secretary), Federal Aviation Administration, Pratt & Whitney Aircraft, Flying Tiger Line, Pan American World Airways, Hughes Air West, Olympic Airways, Federal Express, Iberia Airlines, Northwest Airlines, USAir, Continental, Garuda Indonesia, Trans World Airlines, and others. This experience has covered a range of topics including military logistics sustainability, lean enterprise sustainability, decision support systems, vehicle maintenance and routing, equipment acquisition, logistics, scheduling, fleet and route planning, and transport systems analysis and engineering.

Dr. Mathaisel's current publications focus on data science, analytics, and sustainability. His publications appear in the Journal of Marketing Analytics, Journal of Scholastic Inquiry, European Journal of Sustainable Development, Benchmarking an International Journal, Acquisition Review Quarterly, International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, International Journal of Educational Management, Transportation Science, Journal of Combinatorial Optimization, Computers & Operations Research, Journal of Research on Computing in Education, Journal of Systems and Software, Society of Automotive Engineers, American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics, and the Decision Sciences Institute Proceedings, among others.

Dennis Mathaisel was elected as a Full Member of the Institute for Operations Research and Management Sciences (INFORMS). He is also a member of the Decision Sciences Institute (DSI), The Airline Group of the International Federation of Operational Research Societies (AGIFORS), the Mathematical Association of America (MAA), the American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics (AIAA) and the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). He is a private pilot and a previous owner of a Cessna 182 aircraft based at Hanscom AFB, Massachusetts.
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Elizabeth Milano

  • Adjunct Lecturer
Dr. Bryson is a marine biologist and ecologist whose research centers on coastal and nearshore habitats in the Gulf of Maine. Dr. Bryson has taught at Babson in several capacities: as a laboratory instructor, an Adjunct Professor and as a Visiting Assistant Professor. Prior to her arrival at Babson, Dr. Bryson taught laboratory classes at Northeastern University. Dr. Bryson is interested teaching about both the opportunities and the challenges that occur at the intersection of human society and the natural environment. Dr. Bryson teaches introductory and advanced topics courses focused on environmental, ocean and climate sciences. Dr. Bryson's research is highly field based and is driven by questions pertaining to environmental context: how do oceanographic currents and temperature changes impact biological interactions and community structure, what is the appropriate geographic scale for ecological management strategies, how will temporal changes in climate conditions impact ecological communities, etc. Dr. Bryson's work on rocky shores has identified three distinct biogeographic provinces within Gulf of Maine nearshore environments, each governed by a different set of ecological rules.' These findings provide a foundation for more regionally appropriate conservation and fisheries management decisions and policies. Dr. Bryson has experience working in a variety of marine habitats, including rocky shores, salt marshes, mudflats and coral reefs.
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Dahri Myers

  • Adjunct Lecturer
Dahri Myers is returning to Babson College after working and living in San Francisco for the past several years. She is the CEO and founder of DAHRI LLC, a fitness training corporation and a Consultant for Ivy Advisors, an MBA admissions firm.
Her other passions include international development and STEM education. Dahri taught mathematics for the SEO (Seizing Every Opportunity) Scholars' program and quantitative GMAT/GRE topics for to students in the Ivy Fellows diversity program. She is a Habitat for Humanity Global Village Team Leader and has led teams in Guatemala and Argentina. Her philanthropy includes volunteering with the surgical mission, Children's HeartLink, in Kenya and China as well as teaching mathematics to students in Zambia and Tanzania. Dahri also sits on the Tulane University Center for Public Service Advisory Council and has established the Myers' STEM Education Fund.
Dahri is a Mechanical Engineering graduate of the University of Oklahoma and earned her MBA with a Finance Major from The University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business.
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Nazanin Naderi

  • Visiting Assistant Professor
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Dessislava Pachamanova

  • Professor
  • Zwerling Family Endowed Term Chair
Dr. Pachamanova is Professor and Zwerling Family Endowed Term Chair at Babson College and Research Affiliate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her research and consulting span multiple fields, including robust optimization, risk management, simulation, predictive analytics and machine learning, text analytics, and operations. She has authored and coauthored dozens of articles in operations research, finance, accounting, engineering, marketing and management journals, including in top academic and practitioner outlets such as Management Science, Operations Research, Journal of Portfolio Management, Mathematical Finance, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Marketing Management, and Technological Forecasting and Social Change. Dr. Pachamanova has also published numerous book chapters, as well as three books in computational finance and risk management: Robust Portfolio Optimization and Management (2007), Simulation and Optimization in Finance: Modeling with MATLAB, @RISK, or VBA (2010), and Portfolio Construction and Analytics (2016), all part of The Frank J. Fabozzi Series in Finance, J. Wiley & Sons.

Dr. Pachamanova teaches courses in analytics and computational finance in the undergraduate and the MBA programs, and cares deeply about creating a valuable learning experience for students. She co-designed Babson's undergraduate and MBA business analytics concentration curricula, co-chaired the design task force for a Masters program in Business Analytics, and co-developed the Business Analytics and Machine Learning MBA concentration. She has also served as faculty director for two open enrollment business analytics programs at Babson Executive Education, Business Analytics for Managers (face-to-face format) and the Babson-Pearson Business Analytics for Managers in India program (online/blended format), and has designed numerous modules on business analytics for custom executive education programs. Her cases, pedagogical innovations and interdisciplinary curriculum development research have appeared in peer-reviewed educational journals such as INFORMS Transactions on Education, Journal of Accounting Education, IMA Educational Case Journal, and Journal of Information Systems Education, and have been recognized with Babson's Deans Award for Excellence in Teaching in the Graduate School and with Poets and Quants' Top 50 Undergraduate Professors award.

Dr. Pachamanova serves on the INFORMS Professional Development Committee, the INFORMS OR & Analytics Student Team Competition Committee, the INFORMS Pro Bono Analytics Committee, and is Area Editor (Cases) for INFORMS Transactions on Education. She holds an A.B. from Princeton University and a Ph.D. from the Sloan School of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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George Recck

  • Associate Teaching Professor
  • Director, Math Resource Center
Mr. Recck has taught at Babson College since 1984. Prior to that, Mr. Recck worked his way toward his undergraduate degree from Babson while working as the Systems Manager in Babson's Computer Center. He continued his education at Babson rising to Operation Manager while earning his MBA degree. After receiving his MBA from Babson in 1984, Mr. Recck was promoted to Director of Academic Computer Services and began his teaching career shortly thereafter. Mr. Recck founded Total Information, Inc., an information consulting firm. In 2005, Mr. Recck became the Director of the Math Resource Center at Babson and is also a Senior Lecturer in the Math & Science division. Mr. Recck has taught a variety of Business Analytics courses at all levels. He recently finish serving a two-year term as the Chair of the Business Analytics / Statistics Education special interest group for the American Statistical Association. Mr. Recck has also published in the areas of teaching statistics and using analytics in sports.
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Terence Reilly

  • Associate Professor
Since coming to Babson, Dr. Reilly has focused much of his attention on how best to educate his students. He has spearheaded curriculum changes in the graduate and undergraduate management science classes. He has been awarded a grant to implement cooperative learning in the classroom and was an invited speaker at the Teaching of Management Science Conference, University of Indiana, 2000. Dr. Reilly has also developed a distance learning course in decision analysis with the Babson/Intel MBA program.

Dr. Reilly's research interests include decision analysis, sensitivity analysis, copulas (multivariate distributions), and applied statistics. Other areas of expertise are in decision and risk analysis and simulations models. He has been published in Management Science, Decision Sciences, Structural Equation Modeling, and Sociological Methods and Research. He is also co-author with Bob Clemen of Making Hard Decisions with DecisionTools.
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Vikki L. Rodgers

  • Professor
Dr. Rodgers is a professor of ecology who joined Babson College in September 2007 and currently serves as Chair of the Math and Science Division. She teaches courses in: Socio-Ecological Urban Systems, Ecological Management, Biomimicry, and Economic Botany. She received her B.S. in Biology at the University of New Hampshire and her Ph.D. in Forest Ecology and Biogeochemistry at Boston University. She regularly presents her ecology research at national conferences and her work is published in peer-reviewed scientific journals such as: BioScience, Journal of Ecology, Biogeochemistry, and Oecologia. She has received the Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence, the Faculty Scholarship Award, the Changemaker Award for positive social change on campus, and was named one of Poets and Quants Most Outstanding B-School Professors under 40 in the World.

Dr. Rodgers' research interests are focused on understanding the complicated impacts and interactions that human have with natural ecosystems. As a field ecologist she is interested in all aspects of global environmental change, but primarily focuses on the plant and soil effects of climate change and the spread of invasive species. Currently she co-directs the Boston Area Climate Experiment (BACE) field site in Waltham, MA and serves on the Ecological Society of America's 4DEE Framework committee. In addition, Dr. Rodgers performs pedagogical research to explore effective teaching strategies to engage non-majors in ecological literacy.

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Leeann Simons

  • Adjunct Lecturer
Ms. Simons has taught at The Pennsylvania State University, Middlesex Community College and Northeastern University. She also worked as a clinical nutritionist for Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates. She is involved in a collaborative effort with Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and Stop and Shop Supermarkets in an effort to provide on site health education. Areas of expertise include diabetes, weight control, and women's health.
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George Steblovsky

  • Adjunct Lecturer


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Howard Troughton

  • Adjunct Lecturer
Professor Troughton has taken a round-about way to teaching. After completing the required coursework for a Ph.D. in Mathematics, he decided to pursue a career that would use his skills as a birdwatcher. He completed a Master's degree in Environmental Science and his dissertation was studying wildlife control on airport property. After a few years as a wildlife ecologist, he began teaching mathematics courses where he met his wonderful wife, Polina. Shortly thereafter, they moved to Boston from Calgary, Alberta, Canada and have lived in the Boston area since. Professor Troughton has a wide range of interests and pursuits. He spends most summers in Calgary conducting wildlife surveys as part of the environmental assessment process for oil & gas projects. He is an avid history buff, collects coins & stamps and runs. He competes in agility with his dog, Cinders, and is training for his first marathon in 2013. Since 2002, he and his wife have visited all 50 states, 9 Canadian Provinces and the Yukon Territory.
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Denise S. Troxell

  • Associate Professor
Dr. Troxell's current research interests focus on Graph Theory models of applications in telecommunications and in the spreads of (a) disease through populations, (b) opinion through social networks, and (c) faults in distributed computer networks. Her research and teaching interests also include Discrete Mathematics, Operations Research, Theoretical Computer Science, and Mathematics/Business Analytics/Operations Research Education. Dr. Troxell's publications have appeared in: SIAM Journal of Discrete Mathematics; Discrete Applied Mathematics; Discrete Mathematics; IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I; Computers and Mathematics with Applications; Applied Mathematics Letters; Journal of Combinatorial Optimization; ARS Combinatoria; Australasian Journal of Combinatorics; Discrete Mathematics, Algorithms and Applications; Involve, A Journal of Mathematics; Mathematical Social Sciences; and Informs Transactions in Education. Prior to joining Babson, she held faculty positions at the Universidade de So Paulo (Brazil), Montclair State University (NJ), and the College of The Holy Cross (MA).
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Alexandra Vivelo

  • Adjunct Lecturer
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Charles Winrich

  • Associate Teaching Professor
Dr. Winrich teaches introductory, intermediate, and advanced science courses at the undergraduate level, focusing primarily on the application of physical principles to understanding technology and environmental hazards. He has taught at Iowa State University and Union College, where he also managed the observatory. He managed the planetarium at the Schenectady Museum, where he developed new content for the public and school programs. He has also been active in science teacher development programs, and informal science education. Dr. Winrich's research interests revolve around the use of the history and philosophy of science as a tool for understanding science. He has co-authored papers for the Journal of College Science Teaching, and the Conference Proceedings of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching in 2011, 2010, 2008, 2011, and 2013.
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Hongsheng Wu

  • Associate Teaching Professor
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Babak Zafari

  • Adjunct Lecturer
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