Title: Associate Professor, White Teaching Fellow, UT Tyler Faculty Fellow for Undergraduate
Building: RBN 4012
- Ph.D., Mathematics, Syracuse University, 2009.
- M.S., Mathematics, Syracuse University, 2005.
- B.S., Mathematics and Computer Science, Eastern Illinois University, 2002.
Research Areas: Combinatorics, algebraic graph theory, reliability polynomials, fullerenes.
Dr. Christy Graves has been a member of the math faculty at UT Tyler for the past 8 years and currently holds the title of Associate Professor. Prior to coming to UT Tyler, Christy received a Bachelor’s degree in both math and computer science from Eastern Illinois University and her Master’s degree and PhD from Syracuse University.
As a member of the UT Tyler math department, Christy has won numerous teaching awards including the UT Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Award, the White Fellowship for Teaching Excellence, and the Center for Teaching Excellence and Innovation’s Level I and Level II Certificate. She is also a Founding Fellow for the UT Tyler Academy of Distinguished Teachers.
Besides teaching, Christy is also heavily involved in undergraduate research and was awarded the UT Faculty Fellow for Undergraduate Research for the last 3 years. During the summers, Christy works on an NSF-funded grant where undergraduates from around the country spend 8 weeks at UT Tyler doing math research with Christy and her colleagues. She has been a research mentor for over 20 undergraduates, and is also very involved with the Math Club at UT Tyler.
See Dr. Graves' personal website for more information.