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Joan Krone joined the Denison faculty in 1990, having taught mathematics at Ohio Dominican College before earning her Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Ohio State University, where she taught Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis before coming to Denison. Her research is in the mathematical foundations of computer science, emphasizing mathematical reasoning about the formal specification and verification of software in the context of software engineering principles. Krone is a strong advocate of undergraduate research and has served as mentor to more than 30 undergraduate research students, many of whom have presented their work at professional conferences. She developed a discrete math course that introduced computer science applications of mathematical concepts and coauthored the textbook "Essential Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science" with Todd Feil. In addition to teaching computer science Krone is the Director of the Gilpatrick Center, which oversees the summer research program at Denison, as well as serving to advise students applying for a variety of prestigious scholarships such as Fulbright, Marshall, Rhodes, and others.
Degrees B.S. Mathematics,West Liberty State College, M.S. Mathematics,
1. Gregory Kulczycki, Murali Sitaraman, Joan Krone, Joseph E. Hollingsworth, William F. Ogden, Bruce W. Weide, Paolo Bucci, Charles T. Cook, Svetlana Drachova, Blair Durkee, Heather Harton, Wayne Heym, Dustin Hoffman, Hampton Smith, YuShan Sun, Aditi Tagore, Nighat Yasmin, and Diego Zaccai, A Language for Building Verified Software Components, Proceedings of ICSR, Pisa, Italy, July 2013. 2. Joan Krone, Jason Hallstrom, Murali Sitaraman, CCSC 2011 Proceedings, "Mathematics throughout the CS Curriculum." 3. Murali Sitaraman, Bruce Adcock, Jeremy Avigad, Derek Bronish, Paolo Bucci, David Frazier, Harvey M. Friedman, Heather Harton, Wayne Heym, Jason Kirschenbaum, Joan Krone, Hampton Smith, and Bruce W. Weide, "Building a PushButton RESOLVE Verifier: Progress and Challenges," Formal Aspects of Computing, 2010, 34 pages. 4. J. Krone, J.E. Hollingsworth, M. Sitaraman, and J.O. Hallstrom, "A Reasoning Concept Inventory for Computer Science," Technical Report RSRG1001, School of Computing, Clemson University, Clemson, SC 296340974, September, 2010, 6 pages. 5. Sitaraman, Hallstrom, White, DrachovaStrang, harton, Leonard, Krone, Pak, "Engaging Students in Specification and Reasoning: Hands on Experimentation and Evaluation," Proceedings of ITiCSE, July 58, 2009. 6. Keown, H., Krone, J., & Sitaraman, M. , "Formal Program Verification." The Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Engineering. Wiley, 2008.

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