Prior to coming to Huntington University in the fall of 2018, Kevin Drury held teaching and research positions all over the United States and the world. He has degrees from Virginia Tech, Yale University, and, most recently, the University of Chicago, where he earned his Ph.D. in Mathematical Biology. Kevin has conducted mathematics research at the University of California Santa Barbara and the University of Notre Dame and taught mathematics at Bethel College. He has also taught in China at Soochow University and mathematically analyzed the number of elephants in South African National Parks.
Kevin is now an assistant professor of mathematics at Huntington University, a role that allows him opportunities to teach math majors and non-math majors as well as direct undergraduate research.
Originally from South Bend, Kevin lives in Huntington with his wife, Kerrie, their three children, and their pets. He is a writer and has completed a novel, a screenplay, and created an app. In his free time, he enjoys playing music on the guitar, piano, or drums and participating in athletic activities such as football, backpacking, fishing, and weight lifting.