Dominic Klyve

 
 




Dominic Klyve,
 
Department of Mathematics
Central Washington University
klyved AT cwu DOT edu



I am an associate professor in the Department of Mathematics at Central Washington University.

 

I have undergraduate degrees in Mathematics and Physics from the Hamline University in St. Paul, MN. I got my Masters and my Ph.D. in Mathematics at Dartmouth College in 2007.

 

My research consists of three separate but equally-important parts: computational number theory, the history of mathematics, and the development of statistical techniques to study questions in science and medicine. 

 

I also love teaching.  At CWU, I teach primarily statistics courses, and support the Actuarial Science Program.  I also teach our history of mathematics class, and non-mathematics classes in the Douglas Honors College.