Dr. Lucas Bennett, associate professor of mathematics, department chair
Earned his bachelor's from Central College, and his master's and Ph.D. from the University of Iowa.
Dr. Craig Erickson, assistant professor of mathematics
Earned his bachelor’s from Drake University, master’s from Minnesota State University - Mankato, and Ph.D. from Iowa State University. Faculty Website
Dr. Eric Hart, professor of mathematics
Diane Hintzsche, mathematics resource specialist
I have been at Grand View 10 years, and I teach Basic Mathematics (Math 100) and Beginning Algebra (Math 110). I spend most of my time in the Math Lab where I help students with problems they may have in math classes. I believe that every student can succeed, and sometimes we have to make adjustments as instructors and as students. I enjoy spending time at home with my children and attending their activities.
Dr. Sergio Loch, professor of mathematics and computer science
Earned his master's degree and Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, with further study at the University of Minnesota. Faculty Website
Ryan McCleeary, assistant professor of computer science
I earned my bachelor's degree from Coe College in Cedar Rapids in Computer Science and Mathematics. I earned my M.S. degree in Computer Science from the University of Iowa and am currently working on my disertation to complete my Ph.D. at the University of Iowa. My research interests include computational logic, programming language theory, and exact real arithmetic.
Dr. Kristin McCullough, assistant professor of mathematics
Earned her bachelor's, master's, and Ph.D. from Northern Illinois University.
John McTaggart, instructor of computer science
Donna Mohr, mathematics resource specialist
Mathematics is an invention of humankind designed to explain the workings of the physical world. While it cannot describe love, it can describe planetary motion or the amount of sales tax on a given purchase. Learning mathematics is both an intellectual endeavor and an acquired skill. As such, it is my desire to teach students the building blocks and the logic of algebra, and then give them sufficient opportunities to apply their knowledge. I am married with four children, five grandchildren, a dog, and a cat. I hope to see you soon!
Eric Skouson, instructor of mathematics