Associate Professor of Mathematics

- Ph.D, Mathematics, University of Southern California
- B.S., Mathematics and Computer Science, Biola University

Joseph DiMuro teaches in the undergraduate B.S. in Mathematics program. His courses include Calculus (3 semesters), Abstract Algebra (2 semesters), Introduction to Real Analysis (2 semesters), and Readings in Mathematics. He sees the mathematical world as a part of God's creation, and he strives to help his students see the beauty in the mathematical world like beauty in nature. DiMuro aims to stimulate a lifelong curiosity about mathematics in his students.

*Classifying Rotationally-Closed Languages Having Greedy Universal Cycles*, 2019, Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, Volume 26, Issue 1, P1.35.*On On_p*, 2015, Journal of Algebra, Volume 433, pages 183-207.*On Prime Power Order Elements of General Linear Groups*, 2012, Journal of Algebra, Volume 367, pages 222-236.*On Prime Power Elements of GL_d(q) Acting Irreducible on Large Subspaces*, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Southern California, 2008.