- Prince George
Dr. Hyndman received her Ph.D. and M.A. in mathematics from the University of Colorado and her BMath with a Minor in dance from the University of Waterloo. She has lectured at international conferences and published in several areas of universal algebra. Her current areas of research are natural duality theory and quasi-equational theory with two books recently co-authored on subquasivarieties. She also has a strong interest in the area of mathematical education and has coordinated several mathematics and science conferences for high school students. Dr. Hyndman served as Department Chair for over 10 years. She was a member of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Mathematical Society and also was Education Co-editor of the CMS Notes.
Research and ExpertiseResearch Fields:
algebra, quasi-equations, quasivarieties, duality theory, math education
- MSc Mathematics
Students with undergraduate courses in algebra will be considered for research in the area of quasi-equation theory or duality theory. Students with a strong background in statistics will be considered for mathematics education related graduate research.