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Andy Felt


Professor Andy Felt joined the Department of Mathematical Sciences at UW-Stevens Point in 2000. His goal in classes is to motivate the students by connecting the skills they learn to real life situations where the skills can be used. Professor Felt helped develop Mathematics for the Information Sciences, Math 209 and created the writing emphasis for Math 315, Operations Research II.

He’s been involved in the Central Wisconsin Math League, bringing hundreds of high school students to campus three times per year for competitions.


  • Stochastic programming
  • Integer programming
  • Athletic scheduling
  • Voting methods


Felt, A. J., and Kung, G. (2011). “Math Fun for Suzuki Families: Inject fun (and math skills) into your practice, Part 1 (for ages 3-5) and Part 2 (for ages 5-7).” Suzuki Association of the Americas.

Felt, A. J., Koelemay, R. J., and Richter, A. (2008). “Using flexible busing to meet average class size targets,” Planning and Changing Journal. 39, n3-4, 158-167. http://n3-4 p158-167


  • Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences
  • Mathematical Programming Society
  • Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
Professor of Mathematical Sciences
UWSP Center for Athletic Scheduling director

SCI D355


Ph.D. - Pure and Applied Mathematics
Washington State University

B.S. - Chemical Engineering
University of Wisconsin-Madison


Calculus III
Intermediate Algebra
Mathematics for the Information Sciences
Operations Research I