Assistant Professor of Mathematics,
Gildart Haase School of Computer Sciences and Engineering
- Calculus I
- Calculus II
- Discrete Structures
- Probability and Statistics I
- Dynamical systems
- Complex networks
- Delay-differential equations
- Game theory
- BA, Montclair State University
- MS, Clarkson University
- PhD, Clarkson University
Stanley R. Huddy joined Fairleigh Dickinson University as an assistant professor of mathematics in the Spring of 2015. Stanley holds a Ph.D. in dynamical systems from Clarkson University and his primary research focus is on dynamic behaviors and synchronization patterns in networks of delay-coupled nonlinear systems as well as on their applications. Stanley was a National Science Foundation GK-12 Fellow and is a certified teacher of mathematics in the state of New Jersey. Stanley has served as a referee and as an editorial assistant for Mathematics Magazine. In 2019, Stanley received the Mathematical Association of America’s George Polya Award for articles of expository excellence published in The College Mathematics Journal.
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