Nels Grevstad

Nels Grevstad, Ph.D., is a professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Metropolitan State University of Denver.

Grevstad has been teaching at MSU Denver since 2004 where he is also a faculty advisor for probability and statistics majors. He was a teaching/research assistant at Purdue University for 6 years prior. His research interests include ecological and environmental statistics; estimation theory and nonparametric regression.

Grevstad received his doctorate in statistics and a master’s in mathematical statistics from Purdue University in 2003 and 2001 respectively and a bachelor’s in statistics from University of Washington in 1996.

Ben Dyhr

Associate Professor Ben Dyhr received his Ph.D. studying stochastic processes of conformal maps at the University of Arizona. The branches of mathematics his thesis uses heavily are probability theory and complex analysis. He is also interested in connections between art and foundational mathematics, enjoys outdoor recreation and is an avid word traveller.

Shahar Boneh

Shahar Boneh, Ph.D., is a professor in the Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences at Metropolitan State University of Denver.

He is an advisor for the Probability and Statistics majors and faculty sponsor for the Actuarial Club. Boneh received an Outstanding Performance in Teaching award in 2004.

Boneh received his doctorate from University of California, Santa Barbara.