Mathematics, Computer Science and Physics
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
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.
Calculus I Calculus III Introduction to Mathematical Proof Introduction to CombinatoricsQuantitative ReasoningDiscrete MathematicsIntegrated Mathematics IIntegrated Mathematics IICollege AlgebraIntermediate Algebra
Ph.D. in mathematics, The Ohio State UniversityBachelor of Arts in education, Bowling Green State