Dr. Justin Young
Dr. Justin N. Young earned a bachelor of arts in physics and bachelor of science in mathematics from the University of Kentucky and a Ph.D. in mathematics from The Ohio State University. Dr. Young was awarded an NSF VIGRE Fellowship at The Ohio State University from 2003-2008. His research interests include automorphic forms, L-functions, representation theory and number theory. Dr. Young has taught a variety of courses, including Calculus I (differential calculus), Calculus III, Calculus IV (multivariable calculus), Elementary Functions (precalculus with trigonometry) and Mathematical Analysis for Business I.
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