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About Elliott Bertrand

Elliott Bertrand, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Sacred Heart University. Elliott Bertrand received his Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Rhode Island, where he also earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees. He is an enthusiastic educator and particularly enjoys introducing students to novel topics and perspectives, often by incorporating technology inside and outside the classroom. His research interests lie primarily in the field of discrete dynamical systems, where he has classified potential global dynamic scenarios for competitive systems of difference equations and investigated the local and global dynamics of higher-order generalizations of the Beverton-Holt model. He has also worked collaboratively on developing online remedial programs for students with prerequisite deficiencies in foundational, high-enrollment courses. An avid musician, he performs as a violinist with the Sacred Heart University.

Positions

August 2018 - Present Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Sacred Heart University Department of Mathematics
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September 2013 - May 2018 Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Rhode Island ‐ Department of Mathematics
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Professional Service and Affiliations

2016 - 2019 Board of Directors, Warwick Symphony Orchestra
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Honors and Awards

  • Robert Sine Memorial Award for Teaching Excellence in Math (2017)
  • Beaupre Hope and Heritage Award (2015, 2016)

Education

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2018 Ph.D. Mathematics, University of Rhode Island
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2015 M.S. Mathematics, University of Rhode Island
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2013 B.S. Mathematics, University of Rhode Island
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Contact Information

Department of Mathematics
Martire Center for the Liberal Arts, E371
College of Arts & Sciences
203-365-7522

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