Jump to Footer
Portrait of Dr. Gregory Quenell

Dr. Gregory Quenell

Associate Professor

Before coming to Plattsburgh in 2004, I taught at Bucknell University, Oberlin College, Vassar College, Manhattan College and Mount Holyoke College. I also worked for about 18 months writing computer code for a business graphics company.

The topic of my doctoral dissertation was spectral graph theory. A typical question in spectral graph theory goes something like this: Suppose you're sitting at a node in a large network, sending out signals that bounce around through the network. What can you deduce about the shape of the network by listening to the “echoes” of your signals?

I also have publications in knot theory and the mathematics of string art. 

I live in the Adirondacks, where I enjoy hiking, canoeing and sailing. During the spring musical season, you might hear me playing woodwinds in one of the regional high school or community theater pit orchestras.

Back to top