Lisa Oberbroeckling, Ph.D.
- Academic Focus Mathematics and Statistics
Lisa Oberbroeckling, Ph.D., associate professor of mathematics, was honored to be named class dean of the Class of 2022—a role through which she hopes to provide leadership and guidance to Loyola students. “I love that faculty can develop relationships with students at Loyola. As class dean, it will allow me to expand the mentorship I’ve always loved about my job.” Dr. Oberbroeckling received her Ph.D. from the University of Oregon and began teaching at Loyola in 2002. She is a co-investigator on the NSF S-STEM grant that provides scholarships and mentoring through Loyola’s CPaMS Scholars Program. Dr. Oberbroeckling believes Loyola’s Jesuit values prepares STEM students in particular to take different career paths: “It’s a myth that your major leads you to one type of job,” says the Dubuque, Iowa native. “I think Loyola does an excellent job at making sure students receive a well-rounded education.”
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Through the Jesuit values and curriculum, a Loyola education makes students nimbler in the workforce.