Loyola University Maryland

Office of Undergraduate and Graduate Studies

Lisa Oberbroeckling, Ph.D.

Class Dean, Class of 2022

University of Oregon
Ph.D., Mathematics
University of Oregon
M.S., Mathematics
University of Iowa
B.S., Mathematics
As an undergraduate at the University of Iowa, Lisa participated in an undergraduate research program at the Clinical Trials Data Management Center (CTDMC).  Upon graduating, she was hired full time at the CTDMC until she moved to Oregon for graduate school.  After graduate school, Lisa joined the faculty at Loyola in the Fall of 2002.
She has published articles on her research in functional and numerical analysis and has spoken at many conferences on her research and her teaching, specifically on teaching the Programming in Mathematics course.  Committed to the recruitment and the retention of all students in STEM, she has attended workshops on scientific teaching and high impact practices in higher education.  She is currently a co-investigator on the NSF S-STEM grant that provides scholarships and mentoring to students of financial need majoring in computer science, physics, mathematics, and statistics (the CPaMS Scholars Program).
Lisa has taught MA151: Applied Calculus in the Messina program and taught numerous times in Loyola’s previous first-year programs.  She has been actively involved in Loyola’s chapters of Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa and Chi Alpha Sigma.  Lisa is currently Loyola’s NCAA Faculty Athletic Representative.  Recently, Lisa co-chaired the Career Outcomes working group in forming Loyola’s current strategic plan The Ignatian Compass.

Dr. Oberbroeckling's office is in Maryland Hall 138. You can reach her directly at loberbroeckling@loyola.edu or x2849. 



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