Deborah Kent

Associate Professor of Mathematics
313 Collier-Scripps Hall

Deborah Kent is Associate Professor of Mathematics at Drake University. She received both her Ph.D. and M.S. in Mathematics from the University of Virginia.

Her primary research is in the history of mathematics, in particular the history of mathematics in America from the nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century. Her current research on periodicals focuses on the circulation of mathematical knowledge and practices between France and the United States. She also participates in an international research group on Mathematics and World War I.

ArtSci News
October 12, 2017
Five Drake University students have been chosen for prestigious internship opportunities at The World Food Prize Foundation, an international nonprofit organization focusing on improvements in the field of food insecurity.
October 3, 2017