Bayless, Jonathan, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
College of Science and Humanities


Jonathan Bayless earned his B.A. in mathematical sciences along with a minor in philosophy from Clemson University. He went on to earn his A.M. and Ph.D. in Mathematics from Dartmouth College, where he studied analytic number theory under respected number theorist Carl Pomerance. Along with his degrees, Jonathan's academic career has brought him numerous honors and awards, including a GAANN Fellowship at Dartmouth, and the Samuel Maner Martin Award and the Most Outstanding Senior Science Student Award at Clemson. While at Husson, Jonathan was selected as a national Project NExT Fellow (New Experiences in Teaching) for 2009-2010, along with 83 other new mathematics and statistics Ph.D.'s across the nation. Jonathan's research is in "elementary analytic number theory", where analytic methods are applied to problems in number theory with "elementary" statements. He is currently a member of the Academy of Inquiry-based Learning, the American Mathematical Society, and the Mathematical Association of America.

Bayless, Jonathan, Ph.D.

Husson University
119 Beardsley Meeting House
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Bangor, Maine 04401

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