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ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

Faculty Stories

Below is an alphabetical list of the faculty featured in our Spire e-newsletter.

  • Arne BombliesArne Bomblies
    Dr. Arne Bomblies' global research is expanding the boundaries and reach of traditional scientific research and has the potential to effect worldwide change. His goal is to understand how the environment influences malaria transmission. Find out more...
  • Chris DanforthChris Danforth
    Lots of scientists and engineers will tell you that as children, they loved taking apart old computers, radios, TVs or other appliances, and then putting them back together. Not Chris Danforth, Assistant Professor in the Mathematics Department of the UVM College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences. Find out more...
  • Mary DunlopMary Dunlop
    Dunlop's research interests center on control theory and synthetic biology. Her lab will study how feedback control systems are implemented in molecular biology. She is particularly interested in processes that are dynamic and use fluorescent proteins and time-lapse microscopy to image single cells over the course of many hours. Applications include problems in bioenergy and medicine. Find out more...
  • Jane HillJane Hill
    Originally from rural Australia, Dr. Jane Hill joins us from Yale University where she recently completed her PhD and post-doctoral research. She is an environmental engineer whose work focuses on the characterization, prediction and impact of microbial activity in the natural and human body environments. Find out more...
  • Paul HinesPaul Hines
    Energy is a topic that fits well within CEMS' "Spire of Excellence" in research known as Complex Systems Analysis. And it is the importance of energy and energy policy to the study of complex systems that brought Dr. Paul Hines to the College in early December 2007. Find out more...
  • William LouisosWilliam Louisos
    Louisos arrived at UVM in the fall 2003 with a B.S. Cum Laude in Mechanical Engineering from the State University of New York at Buffalo. He received his M.S. at UVM in mechanical engineering for his thesis entitled, "Viscous Effects in 2D Supersonic MicroNozzle Flow." Find out more...
  • Donna RizzoDonna Rizzo
    As an engineer, Dr. Donna Rizzo has certainly taken the road less traveled. Prior to arriving at the School of Engineering, Donna spent time teaching English to young children in Guney, Turkey, was an accomplished ballet and jazz dancer, and earned a Masters of Fine Art from the University of Florence in Florence, Italy. Find out more...
  • Joan RosebushJoan Rosebush
    John Hughes, UVM Provost, commented during a presentation to a financial management class at UVM that lecturers are some of our best teachers at UVM. He spoke of one particular lecturer in the Math Department whose courses are consistently in demand, who has excellent evaluations and who is a fabulous teacher. Find out more...
  • Chris SkalkaChris Skalka
    From skiing to playing in a garage band to receiving the 2008 Air Force Young Investigator Research Program (YIP) Award, Dr. Chris Skalka has had a great journey on his way to becoming an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science at UVM. Find out more...
  • John VoightJohn Voight
    Music was Dr. John Voight's first passion, at age five, and he spent his high school years participating in debate and forensics. But the fact that John ended up with a career in mathematics is not unusual, given another childhood interest: numbers. Find out more...
  • Greg WarringtonGreg Warrington
    Princeton and Harvard educated, assistant professor Greg Warrington may be the only member of the UVM community who considers juggling a form of meditation. Find out more...