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