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Associate Professor of Mathematics (2006)
Office: PPHAC, Room 219
Probabilistic analysis; probability theory; geometric probability; stochastic processes; graph theory and combinatorial optimization; random graphs and networks
Nathan Shank recently joined the faculty starting in August 2006 as an Assistant Professor. His research interests include analysis, stochastic processes, probability theory, graph theory and combinatorial optimization. Dr. Shank was previously an adjunct for the college teaching service courses and evening classes for non-traditional students. Dr. Shank enjoys teaching statistics courses as well as mathematics courses for non-math majors.