Director, Jeffrey S. Scroggs
Current research interest focuses on applications in financial mathematics, especially numerical methods for stochastic differential equations and finite differences for partial differential equations. In his role as Director, he oversees academic advising, and manages admissions and fellowships. The Faculty Advisory Committee and Executive Board provide guidance to the director, keeping the program current and meaningful for industry today and in the future.
Director of External Relations, Leslie Bowman, M.A.
Works with Director on the Financial Math program's vision, strategy and leadership. Oversees career services for Financial Math students including teaching career workshops for students, 1:1 career advising, programs/events; Establishes and maintains all external relationships with employers and alumni through career development programs and resources including the Corporate Partners program, Financial Math professional workshop series, job-shadowing events, on-campus recruiting and other events for the program.
Graduate Services Coordinator, Di Bucklad
Serves as the principal administrative liaison between the student, the graduate program, and the Graduate School. Processes admissions applications, collects all necessary documents, and submits the materials and recommendations to the Graduate School.