Jane Friedman, PhD, is also the coordinator for the approved subject matter program in mathematic which prepares future high-school mathematics teachers. She has current research projects in voting theory and in statistics.
Ph.D., Temple University
B.A., Swarthmore College
M.S. in progress, San Diego State University, Biostatistics
Scholarly and Creative Work
Friedman enjoys working with colleagues in her department on research projects. These collaborations have been quite fruitful and have resulted in a series of published papers on achievable and unachievable hierarchies in voting systems, and a paper on an application of linear algebra to biology. As part of her work in biostatistics, Friedman is developing a method for testing for the existence of a change point.
Friedman has taught a wide range of undergraduate mathematics courses, including lower division courses and core classes and upper division courses for majors. Friedman also enjoys working one-on-one with students on individual projects.