- LisaOberbroecklingPh.D.Associate Vice President for Undergraduate Academic Affairsloberbroeckling@loyola.eduLisa Oberbroeckling is an associate professor of mathematics currently serving as the associate vice president of undergraduate academic affairs. She received her B.S. in mathematics from the University of Iowa. She worked at the Clinical Trials Data Management Center (now the Clinical Trials Statistical and Data Management Center) at the University of Iowa both as an undergraduate researcher and full-time research assistant. She received her M.S. and Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Oregon. She has been at Loyola since 2002. She designed the course Programming in Mathematics which is required of all mathematics majors. She wrote the textbook Programming Mathematics Using MATLAB (Academic Press, 2021) and co-authored an Open Educational Resource Applied Calculus currently used as the text for Loyola’s Applied Calculus course. Her original research was in functional analysis and operator theory and then brought that expertise to research in numerical analysis; specifically using finite element methods to approximate solutions to systems of differential equations. She was co-author and Investigator on an NSF S-STEM grant that started Loyola’s CPaMS Scholars program, a scholarship program for computer science, physics, mathematics, statistics, and data science majors. She is currently Co-Director of the program. She has served as Interim Co-Director of Messina and as the Class Dean of the Class of 2022.4true