Mathematical Sciences Ph.D.s with St. Olaf Roots

1923

  • Martin A. Nordgaard,1922 Columbia University, History of Mathematics

    1924

  • Rudolph Lokensgaard,1939 Columbia University, Mathematics Education (Ed.D)

    1927

  • Magnus R. Hestenes,1932 University of Chicago, Mathematics
  • John O. Chellevold,1951 Lehigh University, Mathematics

    1934

  • Arnold D. Hestenes,1940 Harvard University, Mathematics
  • Herbert Landahl,1941 University of Chicago, Biomathematics

    1936

  • Wilhelm S. Ericksen,1943 University of Wisconsin, Mathematics

    1941

  • Donovan J. Thompson,1951 Iowa State University, Statistics

    1945

  • Kay Winger Blair,1962 University of Minnesota, Applied Mathematics

    1950

  • Boyd Holtan,1963 University of Illinois, Mathematics Education (Ed.D)

    1951

  • Chester A. Hausken,1963 Colorado State University, Mathematics Education

    1955

  • Richard S. Kleber,1960 University of Iowa, Mathematics (mathematical statistics) \newpage

    1956

  • Bruce Williamson,1972 University of Minnesota, Mathematics Education

    1959

  • Robert Fossum,1965 University of Michigan, Mathematics (algebra)

    1960

  • Roy Andrew Johnson,1964 University of Iowa, Mathematics (analysis)

    1962

  • Klaus Schmitt,1967 University of Nebraska, Mathematics (analysis)
  • Charlotte J. Stark Chell,1969 University of Wisconsin, Mathematics (logic)

    1964

  • Timothy V. Fossum,1968 University of Oregon, Mathematics (algebra)
  • Ann Marie Larson Thomas,1975 University of Wyoming, Statistics

    1966

  • Beverly Beyreuther Gimmestad,1976 University of Colorado, Mathematics Education

    1968

  • John A. Feroe,1974 University of California, San Diego, Mathematics, differential equations

    1969

  • Susan K. Martens Brownn,1973 Columbia University, Mathematics (algebra)
  • Richard A. Bogda,1975 Ohio University, Mathematics (complex analysis)
  • Linda A. Ness,1975 Harvard University, Mathematics (algebraic geometry) \newpage

    1970

  • Kirk M. Wolter,1974 Iowa State University, Statistics
  • Peter J. Munson,1986 American University, Statistics

    1971

  • John D. Zicarelli, 1975 University of Minnesota, Mathematics (differential equations)
  • Paulette M. Johnson, 1977 Kansas State University, Statistics
  • Lynn R. Ziegler, 1977 University of Michigan, Mathematics (approximation theory)
  • Roger B. Johnson, 1981 University of New Mexico, Statistics

    1972

  • Arnold M. Ostebee, 1977 SUNY (Stony Brook), Mathematical Physics

    1973

  • John E. Hyde, 1977 Stanford University, Statistics
  • Steven R. Seidel, 1979 University of Iowa, Computer Science
  • Loretta J. Robb Thielman, 1980 Oregon State University, Statistics
  • Thomas Q. Sibley, 1980 Boston University, Mathematics
  • David J. Rypka, 1982 Ohio State University, Computer Science
  • Gary K. Rockswold, 1983 Iowa State University, Applied Mathematics (numerical analysis)
  • Charles B. Johnston, 1986 University of Minnesota, Educational Psychology (statistics)
  • John R. Mellby, 1980 Ohio State University, Computer Science

    1974

  • Thomas R. Elken, 1977 Stanford University, Operations Research
  • Dale J. Skrien, 1980 University of Washington, Mathematics, combinatorics

    1975

  • Bruce H. Hanson, 1982 University of Wisconsin, Mathematics (complex analysis)
  • David J. Mathiason, 1982 University of Rochester, Statistics
  • Terry M. Therneau, 1983 Stanford University, Statistics
  • Martha T. Wallace, 1990 University of Minnesota, Mathematics Education

    1977

  • John N. Aarsvold, , 1993 University of Arizona, Applied Mathematics

    1979

  • Suzanne L. Larson, 1983 Claremont Graduate School, Mathematics (algebra)
  • Michael D. Tveite, 1985 Iowa State University, Statistics

    1980

  • Roger P. Day, 1993 University of Minnesota, Mathematics Education
  • Timothy P. Hesterberg , 1988 Stanford University, Statistics
  • Bart Louhi, 1989 Northwestern University, Applied Mathematics,bifurcation theory and dynamical systems
  • Alan W. Magnuson, 1984 Massachussetts Institute of Technology, Mathematics, differential geometry

    1981

  • Michael D. Hvidsten, 1985 University of Illinois, Mathematics
  • Richard W. Selby, 1985 University of Maryland, Computer Science
  • Sharon K. Loubert, 1986 Iowa State University, Statistics \newpage

    1982

  • Melissa A. Bossenmaier Shepard, 1990 University of Minnesota, Mathematics (algebraic topology)
  • Karen M. Thompson Medhi, 1987 University of Wisconsin, Operations Research
  • Kathryn E. Lenz , 1988 University of Minnesota, Control Science

    1983

  • Kristin J. Kollitz Gillingham,1993 University of Minnesota, Statistics
  • Karen L. Jensen, 1989 Iowa State University, Statistics
  • Mark J. Johnson, 1994 Wisconsin, Mathematics (set theory)
  • Thomas J. Linton, 1991 University of Wisconsin, Mathematics (foundations of analysis)
  • Jeffrey R. Ondich, 1989 University of Minnesota, Mathematics (differential equations)
  • Enid M. Steinbart, 1989 University of Illinois, Mathematics (analysis)

    1984

  • Douglas M. Andrews, 1989 Iowa State University, Statistics
  • Michael T. Catalano, 1991 University of Minnesota, Mathematics
  • Brenda K. Ihle Gunderson, 1989 University of Michigan, Statistics
  • Sandra L. Shields, 1991 University of North Carolina, Mathematics

    1985

  • Tracy Ann Summers Bibelnieks, 1991 Clemson University, Mathematics
  • Brenda K. Anderson Kroschel, 1996 College of William and Mary, Linear Algebra
  • Lars Kjeseth,1996 University of North Carolina, Topology
  • Michael E. Lundquist, 1990 Clemson University, Linear Algebra

    1986

  • Thomas M. Halvorson, 1993 University of Wisconsin, Mathematics (Lie algebras)
  • Daniel Heath, 1993 University of California--Davis, Algebraic Topology
  • Mary Kerr Marshall , 1993 University of Wisconsin, Mathematics (Group theory)
  • Vijay Mehrota, 1992 Stanford University, Operations Research
  • Tammy R. Rasmussen Olsen, 1991 Courant Institute, Mathematics

    1987

  • Karen Funk Copeland, 1994 Clemson University, Applied Mathematics
  • Steve M. Hetzler, 1992 Northwestern University, Mathematics, dynamical systems
  • Steven W. Morics, 1994 University of Virginia, Mathematics, algebraic combinatorics
  • David A. Olson, 1992 Courant Institute, Mathematical Physics

    1988

  • Rolf E. Carlson, 1993 Clemson University, Applied Mathematics
  • Aric A. Hagberg,1995 University of Arizona, Applied Mathematics
  • Karla Horsch, 1997 University of Arizona, PDEs/Dynamical Systems
  • Jeffrey D. Helterbrand, 1993 Iowa State University, Statistics
  • Steven P. Kaliszewski , 1994 Dartmouth College , Mathematics (functional analysis)
  • Christopher R. Lee, 1993 Clemson University, Applied Mathematics
  • David T. Ose, 1994 University of Illinois, Algebra
  • Elyn K. Rykken, 1993 Northwestern University, Mathematics (dynamical systems)
  • Jody M. Sorenson, 1994 Northwestern University, Mathematics (dynamical systems)
  • Eric J. Voth, 1994 Brown University, Applied Mathematics

    1989

  • Theresa M. Hull Wise , 1994 Cornell University, Applied Mathematics
  • Daniel M. Anderson, 1993 Northwestern Univeristy, Applied Mathematics

    1990

  • Kristi L. Griffiths, 1995 Virginia Polytech, Statistics
  • Thomas Tegtmeyer, 1998 Purdue University, one and several complex variables

    1991

  • Eric Rawdon,1997 University of Iowa, Functional Analysis

    1992

  • Robert Lemke,1997 University of Wisconsin, Mathematical Economics
  • Eric Rawdon,1997 University of Iowa, Knot Theory

    1993

  • Doreen Dumonceaux Hamilton, 2001 Montana State University
  • Jason Miller,1997 University of North Carolina, singularity theory
  • Rob Keller,1998 University of North Carolina
  • Kim Christian, 2000 University of North Carolina
  • Jim Carr, 2000 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, dynamical systems

    1994

  • Amelia Taylor, 2000 University of Kansas, commutative algebra
  • Amy Myers, 2000 Dartmouth University, combinatorics

    1995

  • Katherine Crowley, 2001 Rice University
  • Greg Lyng, 2002 Indiana University

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