
Bruce Blaine PhD Psychology with a 2nd specialty in Statistics (University at Buffalo) PStatŪ American Statistical Association Accredited Professional Statistician MA Experimental Psychology (St. Bonaventure University) BS Psychology (Houghton College) Office: PIOCH 114A, 5858993808 bblaine@sjfc.edu Areas of study: Statistical and quantitative methods in the social sciences, metaanalysis, statistical reasoning and inference, statistical consulting Typical courses taught: Regression Analysis, Design & Analysis of Experiments, Data Analysis for Social Research, Metaanalysis, Program Evaluation (graduate) Daniel Cass BA Mathematics (University of Rochester) MA and PhD Mathematics (SUNY at Stony Brook) Office: PIOCH C103L, 5853858178 dcass@sjfc.edu Areas of Study: Number Theory, Abstract Algebra Typical Courses Taught: Calculus, Geometry, Probability, Discrete Mathematics Ryan Gantner  Department Chair BA in Mathematics (University of Wisconsin) MS and PhD in Mathematics (University of Minnesota) Office: PIOCH C114D, 5858993810 rgantner@sjfc.edu Website Areas of Study: Probability Theory, Stochastic Modeling, Numerical Analysis Typical Courses Taught: Calculus, Statistics and Probability, Mathematical Modeling Kris H. Green BS in Engineering Physics (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1994) MS in Applied Mathematics (University of Arizona, 1996) PhD in Applied Mathematics (University of Arizona, 1999) Office: PIOCH C114B, 5853857367 kgreen@sjfc.edu Areas of Study: General Relativity, Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations, Mathematics and Science Education Typical Courses Taught: Introduction to Mathematical Modeling, Multivariable Calculus, Science of World Building, Science Scholars Learning Community, Dynamics of the Physical World W. Scott Harrison BS in Computer Science (Southeastern Louisiana University) PhD in Computer Science (Tulane University) Office: PIOCH 128, 5858993811 sharrison@sjfc.edu Areas of Study: Computer Security, Mobile Agents, Computer Architecture Typical Courses Taught: Computer Security, Mobile Agents, Computer Architecture, Survivability Erica L. Johnson BS in Mathematics (University of Nebraska at Omaha) MS in Mathematics (University of Nebraska at Omaha) PhD, Curriculum and Instruction, Emphasis in Mathematics Education (University of Nebraska  Lincoln) Office: PIOCH C114F, 5853858163 ejohnson@sjfc.edu Areas of Study: Mathematics Education (K12 and Undergraduate), Psychology of Mathematics Education, Number Theory Typical Courses Taught: Calculus I and II, Discrete Structures, Avanced Perspectives for Secondary Teachers, and Number Theory Elizabeth Leboffe BS in Mathematics (SUNY Brockport) MS in Computer Science (Rochester Institute of Technology) Office: PIOCH 138 lleboffe@sjfc.edu Areas of Study: Databases, Networks, Web Technologies, Computer Architectures Typical Courses Taught: Database Structures, Database Applications, Programming the WWW, Computer Architecture, Computer Networks and Internets Mark McKinzie BA in Mathematics with a minor in Philosophy (San Jose State University) MA in Mathematics (University of Wisconsin) PhD in Mathematics with a minor in Philosophy (University of Wisconsin) Office: PIOCH C114E mmckinzie@sjfc.edu Areas of Study: History of Mathematics, Abstract Algebra, Classical and Nonstandard Analysis, Mathematical Logic Typical Courses Taught: Calculus I and II, Differential Equations, Geometry of Structures, Mathematical Logic GMST courses: History of Mathematics, Experiments in Mathematics Donald L. Muench BS in Mathematics (St. John Fisher College, NY) MS in Mathematics (St. John's University, NY) DA in Mathematics (Idaho State University) Certification in CS (IFRICS, Clarkson University, NY) Office: PIOCH 136, 5853858155 dmuench@sjfc.edu Areas of Study: Matrix Theory, Numerical Analysis, Programming Languages Typical Courses Taught: Numerical Analysis, Linear Algebra, Calculus, Abstract Algebra, Discrete Mathematics, Foundations in Programming I, Foundations in Programming II, Data Structures and Algorithms Bernard Ricca  Director GMST Program BA in Mathematics (University of Dallas) BS in Physics (University of Dallas) MS in Physics (University of Chicago) PhD in Physics (University of Michigan) Office: PIOCH 114C bricca@sjfc.edu Aras of Study: Student Conceptual Growth, Physics Education, Cognition and Learning Typical Courses Taught: Inquiry in the Classroom, Teaching Mathematics and Science, Integrated Science Erik Winarski AS in Mathematics (Finger Lakes Community College) BS in Mathematics and Physics (State University of New York at Plattsburgh) Master of Science in Teaching (SUNY Plattsburgh) PhD in Mathematics Education (Indiana University) Office: PIOCH 114G, 5853855241 ewinarski@sjfc.edu Areas of Study: Mathematics Teaching and Learning of Students with Disabilities. Teaching and Learning of Algebra. HighStakes, National, and International Assessment. Philosophy of Mathematics Typical Courses Taught: Research I and II, Inquiry in the Classroom, Teaching Secondary School Math Beth LaVigne  Sr. Administrative Assistant Office: PIOCH C115 blavigne@sjfc.edu 