Laura S. Storch

Assistant Professor of Mathematics



Hathorn Hall, Room 215


Laura Storch completed her PhD in Applied Mathematics in 2017 at the University of New Hampshire.  After completion of her PhD, she was a postdoctoral scholar at William & Mary and Oregon State University.  Laura’s research falls broadly within the topic of theoretical ecology, with an emphasis on studying spatial pattern change and ecological transitions using topological data analysis.

If you are a student with an interest in mathematical ecology research, please feel free to reach out.  In collaboration with faculty at William & Mary, Laura has co-advised undergraduate summer research projects for several summers.


Current Courses

Winter Semester 2024

DCS 355H / MATH 355H
Numerical Linear Algebra

MATH 105
Calculus I

MATH 105
Calculus I

MATH 360
Independent Study

MATH 458
Senior Thesis

Fall Semester 2024

DCS 355A / MATH 355A
Numerical Analysis

MATH 105
Calculus I

MATH 105
Calculus I