Clark Metz
410A Armstrong Hall
Clark Metz grew up in Parkersburg, WV. He studied
mathematics through his college career at WVU. He received his Master’s Degree
in Applied Mathematics in 2014. He joined the faculty in the Mathematics department at WVU as a fulltime
instructor in 2015. He has since begun his work on his PhD in Higher Education
Administration. Currently Clark is the course coordinator for the Math 124 course offered at
WVU. Further, Clark is a member of the WV State Math Field Day committee and is the
Assistant Coach of the WV National Math team that competes annually at the
American Regional Mathematics League competition held at Penn State each
summer. Clark is a founding member of the WVU Math Club and the WVU Bowling Club at
WVU.
Education:
 (in progress) Ph.D. Higher Education Administration – WVU
 2014 M.S., Applied Mathematics – WVU Graduated summa cum laude
 2012 B.S., Mathematics – WVU Graduated summa cum laude
Courses offered at WVU:
 Math 122 – Quantitative Reasoning
 Math 124 – Algebra with Applications
 Math 126 – College Algebra

Math 128 – Trigonometry

Math 129 – Precalculus

Math 150 – Applied Calculus

Math 153 – Calculus 1a

Math 154 – Calculus 1b

Math 155 – Calculus I

Math 156 – Calculus II

Math 251 – Calculus III

Math 261 – Differential Equations
Research Interests:
Clark’s area of interest
revolves around student success and impacts of administrative decisions on
student outcomes. Earlier work focused on Applied Mathematics, specifically with Fourier Analysis
and Spectral Analysis.
Recent Publications:
(2014) Spectral Analysis of Continuous Exposure Data: An Elementary Overview, C. Metz