Megan M. Kerr
Professor of Mathematics

You can reach me by email here: mkerr [at] wellesley [dot] edu, by phone: 781-283-3144, by fax: 781-283-3642,
by snail mail: Department of Mathematics, Wellesley College, 106 Central Street, Wellesley, MA 02481
or by foot: Science Center 372. These are my office hours.

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I am a professor at Wellesley College. Previously, I have been a visitor at Brown University and enjoyed a Radcliffe Institute Fellowship. I also taught one semester at the University of Arizona. My first position was a John Wesley Young Research Instructor, with Carolyn Gordon, at Dartmouth College. I did my PhD with Wolfgang Ziller at the University of Pennsylvania, studying Homogeneous Einstein Metrics. My mathematical origins are as a happy undergraduate at Wellesley College. As you can see, I have come full circle.


My research is in Riemannian geometry, especially the global geometry of Lie groups and homogeneous spaces. I study invariant metrics with prescribed curvature constraints, such as Einstein metrics, soliton metrics, and positive curvature metrics.

Papers and preprints
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Teaching, Fall 2014: Math 116: Calculus II and Math 349: Matrix Groups: An Intro to Lie Groups

Previous teaching


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