Roger Griffiths joined the faculty in the fall of 2004 from Montana State University. He has undergraduate degrees in both Mathematics and Nautical Science. Dr. Griffiths is an associate professor of Mathematics. His recent teaching duties include Differential Equations, the calculus sequence, Mathematics for the Natural Sciences, College Algebra.
B.S., U.S. Merchant Marine Academy
M.A., Montana State University
Ph.D., Montana State University
Donald Platte joined the faculty in the fall of 1972 after receiving a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Michigan State University. He has undergraduate degrees in both Mathematics and Physics from Aquinas College. Dr. Platte is a full professor of Mathematics and Computer Systems. His recent teaching duties include Advanced Calculus, Computer Organization, and Networks.
B.S., Aquinas College
M.A., Michigan State University
Ph.D., Michigan State University
Dr. Williams joined the department in 2013, after earning her PhD in mathematics from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. Her research interests lie at the intersection of algebra and combinatorics, and she has published articles in the Transactions of the AMS and The Journal of Combinatorics. Dr. Williams has recently taught Calculus, Linear Algebra, Modern Algebra, and Transition to Advanced Mathematics.
B.A., The College of New Jersey
M.A., University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin Milwaukee