Daniel Green

Professor
College of Arts and Sciences
Mathematics
Ph.D., 1997, Bowling Green State University
M.A., 1989, Western Michigan University
B.A., 1986, Kalamazoo College

Dr. Green arrived on campus in 1993. His doctoral dissertation was in Real Analysis, but he now serves as the department's financial mathematics specialist in conjunction with the Actuarial Science major. He has published research in PRIMUS and Mathematics Teaching in Middle School.

He is the chief writer of the River Valley Mathematics Competition and writes questions for other area high school mathematics competitions. His areas of interest include the use of technology in Mathematics Education, Real Analysis and Actuarial Science.

His wife, Karen, is an Olivet alumna. They have an adult son, Mark, and a daughter, Julisa.