Congratulations to our very own, Dr. Wanda Strychalski for recognition in her professional achievements. Dr. Strychalski has been nominated for the Bruce Jackson, MD, Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Mentoring and named recipient of the 2018 Jessica Melton Perry Award. The Bruce Jackson, MD, Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Mentoring recognizes faculty and staff who have provided academic guidance, fostered personal development within the student, and served as a support system in the student’s goals and life choices. The Jessica Melton Perry Award recognizes faculty’s outstanding commitment to, as well as success in teaching disciplinary and professional writing to students. Dr. Strychalski was nominated for this award by a current undergraduate mathematics student.
Dr. Strychalski is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, and Statistics, with research interests in mathematical biology, scientific computing, and computation fluid dynamics. She is particularly focused on developing mathematical models of intracellular biochemistry, along with mechanics and computational methods for simulating these models.
Congratulations Dr. Strychalski!