Associate Professor
Probabilistic combinatorics and random walks

Olin-Rice Science Center, 225


Professor Beveridge studies random processes on graphs. He is  particularly interested in random walks on graphs as well as network structures generated by random processes. He is also interested in games that involve both randomness and strategy. He has led summer undergraduate research groups at Carnegie Mellon University and the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications at the University of Minnesota. He has also taught at MathPath, an advanced summer camp for junior high school students who love math. Outside of mathematics, he enjoys board games, volleyball and bike rides with his wife and twodaughters.

  • BA: Williams College, 1991
  • MS: Yale University, 1994
  • PhD: Yale University, 1997