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About Judy Holdener

Judy Holdener joined the Department of Mathematics in 1997 after spending three years at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO. Although her primary research interests are in the areas of algebra and number theory, she has been known to work in other areas when an interesting question arises... especially if the question is accessible to undergraduates.
Judy has collaborated with students on research projects relating to algebra, number theory, dynamical systems and mathematical biology; their work has culminated in research publications and presentations at national math conferences. In 2008, Judy was awarded the Mathematical Association of America Ohio Section Distinguished Teaching Award and in 2003, she was awarded Kenyon's Tomsich Science Award as well as the Board of Trustees Junior Teaching Award.  More recently Judy has tapped into a life-long interest in art, creating digital artwork that reflects the nature and beauty of mathematics.  She has given national and international presentations about this work.


Present Professor of Mathematics, Kenyon College


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Contact Information

P: (740) 427-5266
Rutherford B. Hayes 307


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