Bio – Craig M. Tennenhouse, Ph.D.

I grew up in Maryland and Indiana, and went to high school at the excellent Indiana Academy for Science, Mathematics, and Humanities. I got my AB with Honors in Mathematics from the University of Chicago, studying my entire third year at the University of Edinburgh.

I received my MA in Mathematics from the University of Colorado, in Boulder, CO. I then took some time off from school, started a family, and taught in North Dakota and California. I received my Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from the University of Colorado Denver under the direction of Mike Jacobson.

​I have been in Maine since 2010, where I am a Professor in the School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences at the University of New England. I teach classes in and out of the major and minor in Applied Mathematics, engage in research, and work at all levels of college and university service.

I like to rock climb indoors, hike, and cook. I will gladly talk too long about any of these things.