Mathematics Faculty

    Kathleen Conlon Hinge

    Assistant Professor of Physics and Mathematics, Science Department Coordinator

    Phone: (845) 848-6008
    Office: Prusmack Center 308

    B.S. – Mechanical Engineering: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
    M.S. – Mechanical Engineering: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
    Ph.D. – Mechanical Engineering: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

    Kathleen Hinge joined the Dominican College faculty after a 20-year engineering career, emphasizing mathematical modeling and computer simulation of the structural behavior of machine elements and systems. She has published patent applications and received an NSF fellowship. By virtue of her corporate engineering experience, she is role model and mentor to students pursuing the Pre-Engineering Option in Mathematics (the 5-year sequence that leads to a BA in Mathematics from Dominican College and a BE in Engineering from Manhattan College).

    Dr. Hinge teaches General Physics (I and II), where she emphasizes hands-on laboratory work to engage students actively in the discovery and understanding of physical phenomena. She also teaches multiple courses in Mathematics.  In 2015, Dr. Hinge became the Science Department Coordinator. In 2016, Dr. Hinge was appointed an adjunct engineering faculty member at John Cabot University in Rome, Italy ( where she teaches Statics and Mechanics of Materials during the summer.

    Her non-academic interests include reading, spinning and yoga (not at the same time!).

        Kasie Farlow

        Assistant Professor of Mathematics

        Phone: (845) 848-6015
        Office: Prusmack Center 308

        B.S., SUNY Brockport (Mathematics)
        Adolescent Teaching Certification in Mathematics (Initial) SUNY Brockport
        M.A., Virginia Tech (Mathematics)
        Ph.D., Virginia Tech (Mathematics)

        Dr. Kasie Farlow joined the faculty at Dominican College in the Fall of 2016 after a three-year teaching and research fellowship at the United States Military Academy in the Department of Mathematical Sciences. Dr. Farlow graduated from SUNY Brockport with a B.S. in Mathematics along with an Adolescent Teaching certification in Mathematics with a middle school extension. She then attended Virginia Tech where she received her M.S. and PhD in Mathematics. Dr. Farlow has had a wide range of teaching and research experiences. Some areas of research include Max-Plus Algebra, Optimal Control, The Skorokhod Problem, Viscosity Solutions and Boundary Conditions, Probability Theory, Information Theory and Object Detection. Dr. Farlow has also mentored student research projects in sports analytics and statistics.

        Dr. Farlow enjoys teaching a variety of classes from Beginning Algebra to Advanced Calculus and Partial Differential equations. She also has been involved in the Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling and is a contest judge. We recently had students from Dominican College participate in this international contest, helping them develop critical thinking and real-world problem solving skills. When not in the classroom, Dr. Farlow loves spending time with her family. Her hobbies include yoga and running.

        See Dr. Farlow’s Publications & Presentations

        Arney, DeCoste, Farlow, Vasishth. Judges Commentary: Water Scarcity, The Journal of Undergraduate Mathematics and Its Applications, Vol. 37, No.2. Summer 2016.
        Farlow, Kasie G., and Martin V. Day. “A Characterization of the Reflected Quasipotential.” Applied Mathematics & Optimization (2015): 1-34.
        Burns, John A., Eugene M. Cliff, and Kasie Farlow. “Parameter Estimation and Model Discrepancy in Control Systems with Delays.” World Congress. Vol. 19. No. 1. 2014.

        “N-Section Querying Methods for Target Estimation on an Interval.” 2017 Joint Math Meetings (Atlanta Georgia), January 4th, 2017
        “Developing Learning Experiences”, Faculty Development Workshop, (United States Military Academy, West Point, NY), July 11, 2014
        “A Characterization of the Reflected Quasipotential,” AWM Workshop at SIAM 2014 Annual Meetings (Chicago Illinois), July 7-9, 2014
        “A Characterization of the Reflected Quasipotential,” Math of OR Seminar, (United States Military Academy, West Point, NY), May 8, 2014
        “A Characterization of the Reflected Quasipotential,” 2014 Join Math Meetings,( Baltimore Maryland), January 18, 2014
        “Applying To Graduate School ” (panel discussion), Mid-Hudson Valley Mathematics Conference for Undergraduates, (Bard College), November 2, 2013 (Invited)
        “A Characterization of the Relfected Quasipotential,” INFORMS Student Research Seminar (Virginia Tech), October 31, 2012 (Invited Talk)“
        The Reflected Quasipotential: Characterization and Exploration, SEARCDE 2012 (Wake Forest University), October 19-20, 2012
        “Search for Cyclic Optimal Solutions in Reflected Quasipotential Problem,” SIAM Southeastern Atlantic Section Conference (University of Alabama, Huntsville), March 24-25, 2012 (Poster Presentation)
        “Creating Confident Learners,” Graduate School Workshop (Virginia Tech), October 19, 2011, October 20, 2010
        “Search for Cyclic Optimal Solutions in Reflected Quasipotential Problem,” AWM 40th Anniversary Conference (Brown University), September 17-18, 2011 (Poster Presentation)
        “Search for Cyclic Optimal Solutions in Reflected Quasipotential Problem,” SIAM Student Research Seminar (Virginia Tech), April 13, 2011 (Invited Talk)
        “Search for Cyclic Optimal Solutions in Reflected Quasipotential Problem,” SEARCDE 30 (Virginia Tech), October 2, 2010

            Lydia Maynard

            Assistant Professor of Mathematics

            Phone: (845) 848-6010
            Office: Prusmack Center 308

            B.S. – Virginia Tech (Mathematics)
            M.A. – Virginia Tech (Education)
            Ph.D. – Teachers College, Columbia University (Mathematics Education)

            Dr. Lydia Maynard joined the mathematics department at Dominican College in 2012 after earning her doctorate in Mathematics Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. During the time she was working on her degree, she worked as an adjunct instructor in Manhattan at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and the Fashion Institute of Technology. 

             Beyond the classroom, Dr. Maynard’s interests include community service and music. She has traveled to Honduras, Bolivia, Costa Rica and Mexico to volunteer with local groups. She has also volunteered with Habitat for Humanity on two separate occasions — to Philadelphia and Baltimore, to help construct affordable housing for families in need. She has also volunteered with Dominican College students to go on Midnight Runs to bring food to the homeless on the streets of Manhattan. She also directs the a capella group on campus, Pitches and Cream. The group has performed at various school events, a Rockland Boulders game and even at a Mets game at Citifield. 

                Margaret E. Mulligan

                Assistant Professor of Mathematics

                Phone: (845) 848-6012
                Office: Prusmack Center 308

                B.S. – Mathematics: University of Scranton
                M.S. – Mathematics: Seton Hall University

                Professor Mulligan has been a full-time faculty member in the Mathematics department since 2002. She came to the college from the corporate world.

                After graduating from the University of Scranton with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Magna cum laude, she worked at Bellcore (now Ericsson Technologies) for 12 years. As a Member of Technical Staff, she worked in the software division supporting outside plant engineers in the various telephone companies. She went on to earn her Master’s Degree in Mathematics from Seton Hall University, graduating with honors.  

                Professor Mulligan began at Dominican College as an adjunct instructor in January 1990 teaching Statistics in the Weekend College Program. She then taught the basic Math sequence in the ACCEL program for many years.

                In addition to her degrees, Professor Mulligan holds NYS Teacher Certification for grades 7-12. She has been both a middle school and high school substitute teacher and taught as a long-term substitute for 5th grade and Advanced Math for eighth graders.

                    Jennifer Sassano

                    Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Coordinator Mathematics Program

                    Phone: (845) 848-6014
                    Office: Prusmack Center 308

                    B.A. – SUNY, Potsdam
                    M.A. – SUNY, Potsdam
                    Ed.D. – Mathematics: Teachers College, Columbia University

                    Dr. Sassano earned a combined BA/MA in Mathematics, summa cum laude, as an undergraduate at SUNY Potsdam.  Following graduation she taught junior high and high school mathematics for 2 years, earning permanent NYS teaching certification for Math 7-12.  She then completed 2 years of graduate work and teaching at SUNY Binghamton before accepting a teaching position at Dominican College in 1992.  While teaching at Dominican she earned a doctorate in the College Teaching of an Academic Subject (Mathematics) from Teachers College, Columbia University.

                    Dr. Sassano teaches a variety of classes including those in the Algebra/Calculus sequence and in the History of Mathematics.  She also designed the Discrete Math class for the department.  In 2007 she became the Mathematics Coordinator for the college.  Dr. Sassano oversees the Mathematics Placement Examinations for the college.  She is also the Faculty Sponsor for the college’s chapter of the Alpha Chi Honor Society.

                        Veronica Glynn

                        Administrative Assistant

                        Phone: (845) 848-6006
                        Office: Prusmack Center 308