When positions are listed, the most recent position known is given.
- Yue Cai. Three-year postdoc, Texas A & M, Ph.D. 2016, "New Perspectives of Quantum Analogues," M. Readdy.
- Sarah Nelson. Assistant Professor, Lenoir-Rhyne University, Ph.D. 2016, "Flag f-vectors of polytopes with few vertices," C. Lee.
- Robert Davis. Three-year postdoc, Michigan State University. Ph.D. 2015, "Unimodality Questions in Ehrhart Theory," B. Braun.
- Brad Fox. Assistant Professor, Austin Peay State University, Ph.D. 2015, "Combinatorial Potpourri: Permutations, Products, Posets, and Pfaffians," R. Ehrenborg.
- Clifford Taylor, Ph.D. 2015, "Deletion-Induced Triangulations," C. Lee.
Liam Solus, National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship, KTH. Ph.D. 2015, "Polyhedral Problems in Combinatorial Convex Geometry," B. Braun.
- JiYoon Jung. Three-year Postdoc, Marshall University, Huntington, WV, Ph.D. 2012, "The topology of restricted partition posets and descent pattern avoidance," R. Ehrenborg.
- Eric Clark. Assistant Professor, Western New England University, Springfield, MA, Ph.D. 2011, "Combinatorial aspects of excedances and the Frobenius complex," R. Ehrenborg.
- Matt Zeckner. Assistant Professor, Adrian College, Adrian, MI, Ph.D. 2011, "Topological and combinatorial properties of neighborhood and chessboard complexes," B. Braun.
- DJ Wells. Mathematics Teacher, Kingston High School, Kingston, NC, Ph.D. 2010, "General flips and the cd-index," C. Lee.
- Patricia Muldoon Brown. Associate Professor, Armstrong Atlantic State University, Ph.D. 2009, "Rees products of posets and inequalities," M. Readdy.
- Carlos Nicolás. Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Ph.D. 2008, "Structural and enumerative properties of k-triangulations of the n-gon," C. Lee.
- Michael Slone. Programmer, University of Kentucky Libraries, Ph.D. 2008, "Homological combinatorics and extensions of the cd-index," R. Ehrenborg.
- Gareth Bendall. Visiting Assistant Professor, Georgetown College Ph.D. 2004, "Domination Analysis Beyond the Traveling Salesman Problem," F. Margot/C. Lee.
- Matt Menzel. Assistant Professor, Marietta College, OH; Ph.D. 2004, "Generalized Sewing Constructions for Polytopes," C. Lee.
- Robert Riehemann. Instructor, Northern Kentucky University; Ph.D. 2003, "Subset Take-away on Graphs," C. Lee.
- Jakayla Robbins. Assistant Professor, University of Montana; Currently Senior Lecturer & Assist. Director of Undergraduate Studies at Vanderbilt University; Ph.D. 2003, "Orientations of Free Spikes," C. Lee.
- Laura Schmidt. Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin -- Stout; Ph.D. 2003, "Numbers of faces of simplicial spheres & balls," C. Lee.
- Connie Gerads Fournelle. Alphatech, Inc., Burlington, MA; Ph.D. 2000, "Covering Units of Aperiodic Tilings," C. Lee.
- Teresa Contenza. Assistant Professor, University of Montevallo, AL; Ph.D. 2000, "On the Dominating-Set Polytope," C. Lee.
- Cynthia Aossey. Frankfort; Ph.D. 2000, "3PC(.,.)-Free Berge Graphs are Perfect," K. Vuskovic / C. Lee.
- Daphne Skipper. US WEST Advanced Technologies; Ph.D. 1999, "Combinatorial Scheduling Models," J. Lee.
- Wendy Weber. Assistant Professor, Central College; Ph.D. 1999, "Recovering Triangulations of Convex Polytopes," C. Lee.
- John Kuchenbrod. MITRE Corp., McLean, VA; Ph.D., 1999, "Extremal Problems on Weighted Graphs," J. Lee.
- Joy D. Williams Lind. Level 3 Communications; Ph.D., 1998, "Spectral Bounds for Entropy Models," J. Lee.
- Dan Wilson. US WEST Advanced Technologies; Ph.D., 1998, "Polyhedral Methods for Piecewise-Linear Functions," J. Lee.
- Matt Scobee. Humana; Ph.D., 1997, "Orientations of Ternary Matroids," J. Lee.
- Robert Hebble. Assistant Professor, Kentucky State University; Ph.D., 1997, "Hamiltonicity of Squeezed Spheres," C. Lee.
- Stewart Tung. Assistant Professor, Dallas Baptist University; Ph.D., 1996, "Monge, Optimality, and Feasibility Sequences in Capacitated Transportation Problems," C. Lee.
- Fariba Bigdeli-Jahed. Associate Professor, Kentucky State University; Ph.D., 1991, "Regular Triangulations of Convex Polytopes and d-Cubes," C. Lee.