Mathematics, Physics, and Statistics Faculty
Chair, Department of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science
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Dr. Alsardary has been a faculty member in mathematics at University of the Sciences in Philadelphia since 1996. Among the many math courses he has taught include college algebra, pre-calculus, calculus, programming, graph theory, discrete...
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Dr. Aurora has continuously made an effort to popularize science among the general public. He has made presentations on numerous topics, including applications of physics in physical therapy, applications of physics skills in understanding...
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Director, Teaching and Learning Center
Assistant Provost for Faculty Development
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Dr. Blumberg’s interests in education are curriculum development, how to use learner-centered teaching approaches, educational leadership, faculty development, innovation in education and problem-based learning.
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Dr. Halpern was the recipient of a prestigious 2002 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship Award. He was among 184 artists, scholars and scientists nationally selected to receive a fellowship from more than 2,800 applicants for...
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Amy Kimchuk has made numerous presentations and has conducted most of her research on math anxiety. Some of her work has focused on examining different teaching methods that aid students in alleviating math anxiety, examining the twelve myths...
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Dr. Pontiggia’s original research interest is non-cooperative stochastic games. In particular she has been studying variations of a two-person, non-cooperative stochastic game, inspired by the famous red-and-black gambling problem presented...
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Mr. Walasek earned his master’s degree in applied statistics at DePaul University and his bachelor’s in mathematics at the University of Illinois, Urbana.