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Kristi Luttrell, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

(973) 761-9412
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McNulty Hall
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Kristi Luttrell, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

Early in my studies, a professor once told me that a mathematician is best measured by the breadth of knowledge they obtain. That message has helped motivate me throughout my academic career and is the foundation for my professional goals.

A 2013 Ph.D. graduate of Stevens Institute of Technology – my doctoral thesis was in the field of Graph Theory titled On the Neighbor-Component Order Connectivity Model of Graph Theoretic Networks. Since earning my doctorate, I have stayed active in the math community with co-authoring published articles as part of the Seton Hall University-Stevens Institute of Technology Graph Theory Group and presented my research both at Seton Hall University and at the International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, & Computing.

Having been part of the Seton Hall University faculty since August 2013 I held the position of term Assistant Professor, then in the fall 2017 I became a full-time Lecturer. During this time, I taught Calculus I, II, III and Pre-Calculus and co-developed two new courses: Financial Calculus I & II. As a tenure-track Assistant Professor, I am excited to teach more upper level courses including Financial Calculus and provide innovative insight towards undergraduate research, the Cybersecurity program, Financial Mathematics program, and work towards the development of a Master's Degree program within the Mathematics Department.