Robert Edward Lewand

James M. Beall Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science

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Ph.D. (Mathematics), University of Virginia, 1971
M.S. (Computer Science), The Johns Hopkins University, 1985
B.S. (Mathematics), University of Dayton, 1966

Areas of Scholarly Expertise and Interest

Cryptology, Abstract Algebra, History of Mathematics

Recent Publications/Presentations/Performances

"Secret Keeping 101 — Dr. Janice Martin Benario and the Women's College Connection to ULTRA," Cryptologia, v.35, n.1, (January 2011), 42-46.

"The Perfect Cipher," The Mathematical Gazette, v.94, n.531, (November 2010), 401-411.

"Cryptology in a Liberal Arts Setting," Journal of Mathematics and Computer Education, v. 41, n. 3, (Fall 2007), 211-218.

"A Cryptology Course at Bletchley Park," Cryptologia, v.31, n.2, (April 2007).

"Mathematics in Greece," Math Horizons, (September 2006), 25.

Awards/Significant Accomplishments

James M. Beall Professorship, Goucher College (2006)
John Smith Award for Distinguished College or University Teaching, Maryland-District of Columbia-Virginia Section of the Mathematical Association of America, 2002
Caroline Doebler Bruckerl ’25 Award, Goucher College, 1999

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