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Scott joined the mathematics department in 2015. He previously earned an undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College and a Ph.D. from the University of Colorado Boulder. He was a visiting assistant professor at Dartmouth College before coming to Boise State.
Scott’s research interests are in the representation theory of finite groups. He is particularly interested in matrix groups over finite fields and how their representation theory relates to the ring of symmetric functions and other combinatorial objects.
- The unipotent modules of GL_n(F_q) via tableaux. Scott Andrews. Journal of Algebraic Combinatorics, 2018.
- The combinatorics of GL_n generalized Gelfand-Graev characters. Scott Andrews and Nathaniel Thiem. Journal of the London Mathematical Society, 2017.
- Supercharacter theories constructed by the method of little groups. Scott Andrews. Communications in Algebra, 2016.
- Supercharacters of unipotent groups defined by involutions. Scott Andrews. Journal of Algebra, 2015.
- The Hopf monoid on nonnesting supercharacters of pattern groups. Scott Andrews. Journal of Algebraic Combinatorics, 2015.
Selected courses taught
- Math 153 Statistical Reasoning
- Math 160 Survey of Calculus
- Math 254 Introduction to Statistics
- Math 301 Introduction to Linear Algebra