After obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from the College of Charleston, Sarah Bailey Frick began her graduate work at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her thesis was in the field of Ergodic Theory and Symbolic Dynamics. During two summers of graduate school, Dr. Frick had the opportunity to be a Visiting Researcher at the Erwin Schrodinger International Institute for Mathematical Physics in Vienna, Austria. She finished her Ph.D. in 2006. After graduating, Dr. Frick spent three years as an Arnold Ross Assistant Professor at The Ohio State University. She came to Furman in August 2009. Dr. Frick has published five research papers and given numerous research talks. She has a special interest in encouraging women to pursue mathematics. To this end, she has worked as mentor in the Career Mentoring Workshop for female mathematics graduate students. Dr. Frick has served on a panel for the Association for Women in Mathematics.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
College of Charleston
Sarah Bailey Frick's work is focused on Ergodic Theory and Symbolic Dynamics.