• Jonathan Stadler

    Professor of Mathematics, Computer Science and Physics

    Jonathan Stadler

    Mathematics, Computer Science and Physics
    Battelle Hall
    Room 125

    (614) 236-6905

    • Biography

      Jon Stadler earned his Ph.D. in algebraic combinatorics in 1997 from The Ohio State University. He arrived at Capital University in 1999 and has served as chair of the Department of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Physics for five years. Dr. Stadler has been very active in the Ohio Section of the Mathematical Association of America, serving as chair of the Program Committee, and currently serves as president of the section. His research interests remain in combinatorics and revolve around the mathematics of juggling and the relation between it and numerous other areas of mathematics. He is an expert in the mathematics of juggling, mathematics of the lottery, and recreational mathematics.

      Dr. Stadler is president of the Ohio Section of the Mathematical Association of America. He also received Friends of Education Award from the Westerville Education Association in 2011 for his work with mathematics in a fifth grade classroom.

    • Teaches

      Calculus I
      Calculus III
      Introduction to Mathematical Proof
      Introduction to Combinatorics
      Quantitative Reasoning
      Discrete Mathematics
      Integrated Mathematics I
      Integrated Mathematics II
      College Algebra
      Intermediate Algebra

    • Degrees

      Ph.D. in mathematics, The Ohio State University
      Bachelor of Arts in education, Bowling Green State University