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Contact Information

Phone: 860-486-1281
Address: MONT 302


Welcome to my personal webpage. My name is David McArdle (you can call me Dave) and I am currently an Assistant Professor in Residence in the math department at the University of Connecticut. I graduated with my Ph.D. in Mathematics from the University of Rhode Island in May of 2017 and have been at UConn ever since. My research lies in the field of discrete dynamical systems and my dissertation focused on “Global Dynamics and Boundedness of Discrete Population Models”. I am also involved in pedagogical research to improve my teaching in the classroom and am currently working on several educational projects.

At UConn I teach many different undergraduate courses including MATH 1132Q (Calculus 2), MATH 3710 (Mathematical Modeling), MATH 2710 (Transitions to Advanced Mathematics), and others. Teaching has always and will always be one of my passions in life. I love working with students and helping everyone see the beauty and utility of mathematics and how it can be applied in the world around us. Math is fun and rewarding and my goal is to show everyone how much fun it can really be.