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Tracy Weyand
Postdoctoral Associate

Ph.D. Mathematics, Texas A&M University, 2014
B.S. Mathematics, University of Central Florida, 2008

Biography: Dr. Weyand is originally from Michigan, but moved with her family to Florida after high school. She majored in mathematics at the University of Central Florida with a minor in chemistry. She went on to pursue a doctorate in mathematics at Texas A&M University and joined the Baylor mathematics department in August 2014. When not doing research or teaching, you can probably find Dr. Weyand in a swimming pool or reading something in the genre of science fiction.

Academic Interests and Research: Dr. Weyand's research is in mathematical physics. She is particularly interested in quantum mechanics and spectral theory on graphs.

Teaching: Dr. Weyand won the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award at Texas A&M in 2014. She developed and ran a seminar series preparing graduate students to teach mathematics and presented this program at Harvard University in June 2013. In 2014, she assisted in developing and running a new graduate-level course on teaching mathematics at Texas A&M.

Recent Publications: Please click on the link Research Papers.