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Beth A Novick

Mathematical and Statistical Sciences

Senior Lecturer

Martin Hall O17 [Office]


Educational Background

B.S., Mathematics, Barnard College
M.S., Operations Research, Carnegie Mellon University
Ph.D., Operations Research, Carnegie Mellon University, 1990

Profile/About Me

After completing my Ph.D. at Carnegie Mellon, I did a post doc at University of Waterloo in the department of combinatorics and optimization. I have been on the faculty at Clemson since 1992.

Research Interests

My Primary research directions are in combinatorial optimization and discrete mathematics. Specifically, my interests including median graphs, metric dimension, and reconfiguration graphs.

Selected Talks

CanaDAM 2021 A geometric interpretation of threshold dimension and threshold strong dimension.
CanaDAM 2017 Reconfiguration graphs of shortest paths


American Mathematical Society
Women in Combinatorics