Assistant Professor of Mathematics
OFFICE: Harder 223
Professor Roe-Dale joined the department in Fall 2005 as a lecturer in mathematics, and in Fall 2006 she was appointed to the position of assistant professor. In 2005 she completed her Ph.D. in mathematics at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a dissertation entitled "Quantitative Models in Cancer Chemotherapy." Prof. Roe-Dale also holds a Master's degree in Applied Mathematics from RPI and a Bachelor's degree in chemistry with minors in mathematics and physics from Maryville College, Maryville, TN. Prof. Roe-Dale's research interests include mathematical biology and medicine and modeling other physical systems. She teaches calculus, linear algebra, differential equations, statistics, and applied mathematics courses at Skidmore.