Leah Wrenn Berman
Born: 1976, St. Louis, USA; Spoken languages: English.
Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of Washington, Seattle, USA (2002), M.S. in Mathematics, University of Washington, Seattle, USA (2001), B.A. in Mathematics/Philosophy (double major), Lewis & Clark College, Portland OR, USA (1997).
Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics & Statistics, University of Alaska Fairbanks (2009–present); Assistant/Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics & Computer Science, Ursinus College (2002-2009).
Discrete geometry, Incidence geometry (combinatorial and geometric configurations, arrangements of lines and pseudolines).
Mathematical Association of America (MAA) EPaDel section at-large member, 2007–9.
Referee for international mathematical journals; invited speaker at regional, national, and international conferences; member, Mathematical Association of America & American Mathematical Society.
Honors and grants
2002-3 Project NExT fellow.
Author and co-author of 14 published works. SCI Citations: 8 papers with 10 SCI citations; average citations: 1.25, h-index 1 (WoS, March 2010).