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Henry (Hal) Schenck
Mathematics and Statistics
Professor and Rosemary Kopel Brown Chair

Research Areas: Algebra , Applied Mathematics , Geometry

Office: Parker Hall 232

Address:
232 Parker Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849-5310

E-Mail: hks0015@auburn.edu

Website


Education

Ph.D. Cornell University
1997
M.S. Cornell University
1994
B.S. Carnegie-Mellon University
1986


Professional Employment

Auburn University, Professor and Rosemary Kopel Brown Eminent Scholars Chair
2019-
Iowa State University, Professor and Department Chair
2017-2019
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Professor
2012-2017
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Associate Professor
2007-2012
Texas A&M University, Professor
2008
Texas A&M University, Associate Professor
2005-2008
Texas A&M University, Assistant Professor
2001-2005
Harvard University, Postdoctoral Fellow
2000-2001
Northeastern University, Postdoctoral Fellow
1998-2000
Cornell University, Visiting Assistant Professor
1997-1998
Officer, U.S. Army
1986-1990


Honors and Awards

Fellow of the American Mathematical Society
2020
Iowa State University, Provost's Award for Early Achievement in Department Leadership
2019
Iowa State University, Division of Student Affairs Wilber Layton Faculty Recognition Award
2019
Iowa State University Veteran's Center Outstanding Partner Award
2019
University of Illinois, College of Arts and Science Dean's Award for Outstanding Teaching
2015
Fulbright Scholar, Universidad de Buenos Aires
2014
Cornell University, College of Arts and Science Clark Distinguished Teaching Award
1997


Professional Activities

Managing Editor, Advances in Applied Math 2018-
Managing Editor, Journal of Commutative Algebra, 2008-2017
Editorial Board, Journal of Combinatorial Algebra, 2016-
Editorial Board, Journal of Commutative Algebra, 2018-
Editorial Board, Advances in Applied Math, 2014-2017
Editorial Board, International Journal of Algebra and Computation, 2011-2017
AMS-SIAM Employment Committee, 2016-2019
AMS Math Research Advisory Board, 2008-2014
AMS Data Committee, 2006-2008


Research and Teaching Interests

Algebraic Geometry, Commutative Algebra, Topology and Applied Math. Teaching at all levels, including outreach classes to high school students on the mathematics of Google.


Selected Publications

see http://webhome.auburn.edu/~hks0015/






Last updated: 12/12/2019