Reynolds appointed interim associate dean of research and operations

Angela Reynolds, Ph.D., is a professor in the Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics and director of the doctoral program in systems modeling and analysis.
Angela Reynolds

Angela Reynolds, Ph.D., joined the faculty in the Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics in 2008 after earning her doctorate at the University of Pittsburgh. Over the last 15 years at VCU, she has received more than $2.1 million in funded research as principal investigator, co-principal investigator or co-investigator from agencies such as the National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, National Institute of Aging and the Jeffress Trust. She has served on the editorial boards for Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering and Letters in Biomathematics, and is the former program director for the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics activity group in Life Sciences.

Additionally, Reynolds has provided leadership at the departmental level, as well as significant service at the College and university level, in positions such as director of graduate studies for the Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, chair of the CHS Graduate Affairs Committee and chair of the university’s General Education Curriculum Committee. Reynolds’ commitment to excellent and inclusive teaching practices is further evidenced by her role as a participant in the CHS Leaders for Inclusive Learning Program as well as the VCU HHMI Inclusive Excellence Program.