Andrew Uzzell

Assistant Professor

Andrew's research is in graph theory, which is the study of networks.  His main focus is extremal graph theory, the study of how large or small a graph can be while possessing a given property.  He also studies bootstrap percolation, a model of the spread of information in the network.

In his spare time, Andrew enjoys reading, playing board games, biking, and chasing after his children.  He is excited to work at a college whose name rhymes with his.

Education and Degrees

Ph.D., University of Memphis
B.A., Yale University

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