Kronenthal Named Recipient of 2020 John P. Schellenberg Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
KUTZTOWN, Pa. – Dr. Brian Kronenthal, associate professor of mathematics, has been awarded the 2020 John P. Schellenberg Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Kutztown University. The award was announced as part of KU's virtual Faculty and Staff Convocation and Celebration Friday, Aug. 21.
Kronenthal began at KU in 2013. He has had 11 journal publications, three in 2019 including, "On the uniqueness of some girth eight algebraically defined graphs, Part II," Discrete Applied Mathematics; "The Settlers of Catanbinatorics," Mathematics Magazine; and "On the girth of two-dimensional real algebraically defined graphs," Discrete Mathematics, which was coauthored by a KU student. He has also presented at numerous conferences, most recently the Joint Mathematics Conference in Denver, Colo. in January.
Kronenthal earned a Bachelor of Science in mathematics with a minor in French from Lafayette College, and a Master of Science and doctorate in mathematics from the University of Delaware.
The John P. Schellenberg Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning was established by John P. Schellenberg, emeriti professor of physical science, faculty alumni and friends to recognize an early career faculty member who has demonstrated outstanding work.