Alan H. Shuchat

Professor Emeritus of Mathematics



Email:  ashuchat [at] wellesley [dot] edu

US Mail:  Department of Mathematics 
Wellesley College 
106 Central Street 
Wellesley, MA 02481

   

   

Education:

S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1963.
M.S., University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), 1965.
Ph.D., University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), 1969.

Professional Experience:

1974-       Wellesley College
                    Professor of Mathematics since 1983, Emeritus since 2015
                    Associate Dean of the College, 1989-92
1971-74   Mount Holyoke College, Assistant Professor of Mathematics
1968-71   University of Toledo, Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Visiting Positions:

2004-05   UMASS-BOSTON, Visiting Professor and Scientist
1984   MIT Operations Research Center, Visiting Scientist, spring
1981   Transportation Systems Center, Faculty Fellow, summer
1979-80   MIT Operations Research Center, Research Fellow

Research Interests:

I am interested in discrete mathematics, operations research, and functional analysis. My current research, with Randy Shull and Ann Trenk, involves aspects of partially ordered sets and interval orders.


Teaching:

I retired from teaching in 2015. I taught courses across the mathematics curriculum, including calculus, linear algebra, probability and statistics, real analysis, and optimization / operations research.


Publications and Preprints:


Mathematics Department home page.

Wellesley College home page.


Last modified August 20, 2015