Kenneth Wantz, Ph.D.
Dr. Kenneth Wantz is a proud native of Maryland and admires its state flag above all others. After a brief career in automotive mechanics and machining, he majored in Mathematics and minored in Engineering Physics at Eastern Nazarene College, a CCCU institution near Boston. Empowered by God’s grace and an excellent advisor, he earned a doctorate in Mathematics at the University of Delaware.
Wantz has taught mathematics full-time at a public institution in West Virginia and a Christian university in Oklahoma. In 2009, he took on the exciting challenge of inaugurating the Mathematics program at Regent University. Wantz resides in Chesapeake with his wife and two children, a daughter and a son, all of whom are excellent scholars. His interests include automotive repair, gardening, horseshoes and Rubik’s cubes.
Ph.D., University of Delaware M.S., University of Delaware B.S., Eastern Nazarene College
Byer, O., Smeltzer, D. L., & Wantz, K. (2018). Journey into Discrete Mathematics. Providence: AMS Press.
Wantz, K. L. (2016). Unsolved Mathematical Mysteries: Prime Numbers. Virginia Mathematics Teacher, 42 (2):19-21.
Dover, J. M., Mellinger, K. E., & Wantz, K. L. (2015). A minimum blocking semioval in PG(2, 9). Journal of Geometry, 107 (1):119-123.
Mathematical Association of America
2014 College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Award