Bard Faculty

Mark Halsey

Associate Dean of the College; Associate Professor of Mathematics; Adjunct Faculty, MAT Program

Primary Academic Program: Mathematics

Academic Expertise: Mathematics

Area of Specialization: discrete mathematics: in particular graph theory and matroid theory

Biography:

B.A., Hobart College; A.M., Ph.D., Dartmouth College. Assistant professor, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (1984–89). Member, American Mathematical Society and Mathematical Association of America; full fellow, Institute for Combinatorics and Its Applications. Articles in Discrete Mathematics, Discrete Applied Mathematics, and Journal of Combinatorial Theory. National Science Foundation grants for pure and applied discrete mathematics research experience for undergraduates (1988–89) and advanced computing environment for the sciences (1991–93). Faculty, The Master of Arts in Teaching Program at Bard College. (1989– ) Associate Professor of Mathematics.
Interests:

Research Interests: dimensional parameters of graphs; domination in graphs

Other Interests: architecture; science education; cycling

Contact:

Phone: 845-752-2336
Website: http://www.bard.edu/doc
E-mail: halsey@bard.edu