Robert Poodiack received a Bachelor of Science in computer science from Cornell University, a Master of Arts in mathematics from Western Connecticut State University, and a doctorate in mathematical sciences from the University of Vermont.
He joined the Norwich faculty in 1999, and chaired the Department of Mathematics from 2013 to 2019, and again since 2021. He is the 2005 Homer L. Dodge Award winner for Excellence in Teaching. Poodiack primarily teaches calculus-related courses, including all the courses in Norwich’s calculus sequence as well as Advanced Calculus I and II (Real Analysis), Vector Analysis, and Complex Analysis. He has also taught the Mathematics as a Liberal Arts sequence, Mathematical Modeling and Computation, Theory of Computation, and Algebraic Structures.
Darlene Olsen, Ph.D., is a Charles A. Dana Professor of Mathematics and Norwich coordinator for the Vermont Biomedical Research Network. She is the 2013 Homer L. Dodge Award winner for Excellence in Teaching.
Chauntelle Eckhaus received her B.A. in Mathematics in 1990 and her B.A. in Chemistry in 1994, both from the University of Colorado, Boulder. She received her M.A. in Mathematics Education from Aurora University in Aurora, Illinois.
Annie Laurie Mauhs-Pugh earned her B.A. from Dartmouth College and her M.A. from The University of California, Davis, both in Mathematics. She came to Norwich University in 2020 and was appointed as a Lecturer in 2021. She teaches courses from developmental math and Mathematics as a Liberal Art to our geometry course for architecture majors.
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Morgan Schreffler earned his B.A. from Millersville University, and his M.A. and his Ph.D. from the University of Kentucky, all in Mathematics. Morgan joined the Department of Mathematics in 2021 from Bethel College in Kansas.
Josh Prue earned his B.S. from Columbia University in 2002, and his Sc.M. from Brown University in Applied Mathematics. Josh joined the Department of Mathematics in 2018 and was appointed to the dual role of Lecturer and Mathematics Specialist in the Academic Achievement Center in 2021.