ABOUT QUINN



Quinn Morris

Quinn Morris is a visiting assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics & Statistics at Swarthmore College, where he works in the area of nonlinear partial differential equations. Prior to joining the faculty at Swarthmore, Dr. Morris earned his doctorate at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Under the direction of Dr. Ratnasingham Shivaji, Dr. Morris studied nonlinear elliptic partial differential equations with particular emphasis on problems involving nonlinear boundary conditions.

Before attending UNC-Greensboro, Dr. Morris earned both bachelors and masters degrees in mathematics at Wake Forest University. Dr. Morris earned his bachelors degree in the spring of 2010, and continued his studies at Wake Forest. Under the direction of Dr. Stephen Robinson, Dr. Morris researched the Fucik spectra of matrix and second-order differential operators, and was subsequently awarded a masters degree in the spring of 2012.

In his free time, Dr. Morris enjoys officiating basketball at both the high school and collegiate levels. He currently works NCAA Division III Mens Basketball in the Landmark, MAC-Freedom, and MAC-Commonwealth conferences and high school basketball in several PIAA conferences. Dr. Morris formerly worked NCAA Division III Mens Basketball in the Old Dominion and USA-South Conferences from 2012-2017, including two years working the USA-South conference tournament. Dr. Morris is married to Jennifer, who teaches high school social studies, and they live together in Glen Mills, PA.



ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics & Statistics, Swarthmore College, Fall 2017-present.

EDUCATION

Ph.D. in Computational Mathematics, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2017.

M.A. in Mathematics, Wake Forest University, 2012.

B.S. in Mathematics, Wake Forest University, 2010.

PHOTOS




Enjoying a Wake Forest football victory over Virginia Tech on November 22, 2014.


Enjoying time at the Outer Banks with four generations of Foremans.


Celebrating my sister's graduation with my immediate family