Saint Mary's College of California

Faculty & Staff

Beck

Kristen Beck kab24@stmarys-ca.edu
Assistant Professor (925) 631-6298
Galileo 108-B

 

 


Busbee

Linda Busbee lbusbee@stmarys-ca.edu
Administrative Assistant (925) 631-4191
Galileo 102

 

 


Conner

Andy Conner abc12@stmarys-ca.edu
Assistant Professor (925) 631-8048
Galileo 103-A

 

 


Jai

Ana De La Mora aad6@stmarys-ca.edu
Adjunct Assistant Professor (925) 631-8214
Galileo 204

 

 


de Moor

Hans de Moor hmd3@stmarys-ca.edu
Adjunct Assistant Professor (925) 631-4191
Galileo 100

 

 


Faulkner

David Faulkner df8@stmarys-ca.edu
Adjunct Assistant Professor (925) 631-4423
Galileo 101-C

 

 


Hamaker

Charlie Hamaker chamaker@stmarys-ca.edu
Professor (925) 631-4151
Galileo 101-D

 

 


Jai

Irene Jai icj1@stmarys-ca.edu
Adjunct Assistant Professor (925) 631-8214
Galileo 204

 

 


Jones

Chris Jones cjones@stmarys-ca.edu
Professor (925) 631-8047
Galileo 106-A

 

 


Jai

Leo Kosloff lrk1@stmarys-ca.edu
Adjunct Assistant Professor (925) 631-8302
Galileo 103-D

 

 


Krohn

Carolyn Krohn cmk4@stmarys-ca.edu
Adjunct Assistant Professor (925) 631-8214
Galileo 204

 

 


Nathanson

Michael Nathanson man6@stmarys-ca.edu
Associate Professor (925) 631-4445
Director of Placement Galileo 101-C

 


Porter

Kathy Porter kporter@stmarys-ca.edu
Professor (925) 631-4447
Galileo 101-B

 

 


Sauerberg

Jim Sauerberg jsauerbe@stmarys-ca.edu
Professor (925) 631-4248
Department Chair Galileo 101-A

 

 


Veomett

Ellen Veomett erv2@stmarys-ca.edu
Associate Professor (925) 631-8302
On leave (Fall 2016) Galileo 103-D

 

 


Krohn

Noorulah Wardak nsw3@stmarys-ca.edu
Adjunct Assistant Professor (925) 631-4881
Galileo 108-B

 


 

What’s New

The Math & CS Department is seeking applications for the Brother Dominic Barry Math Scholarships, which will be awarded to incoming freshmen in 2016! For information, go to Activities » Math Scholarship Competition.

Math in the Media

The United States has won the Math Olympiad for the first time in 21 years!

Quanta Magazing highlights a new result of Princeton mathematician Maria Chudnovsky regarding the coloring of perfect graphs.