Victor Vega

Victor Vega

Victor Vega

Dean, Mth/Sci/Engineering Tech

Math, Science & Engineering Technology

(734) 973-3722LA 157D

About Victor Vega

My academic appointments and awards represent a broad range of leadership experience and achievement in higher education. I have been awarded promotion and tenure in three different institutions and considered inclusive and innovative in terms of curriculum program development and implementation, staff and faculty development, enrollment growth, diversity, and management. 

I have taught many courses in various formats particularly in the area of mathematics and statistics, from general education courses and fundamentals of mathematics to upper level and graduate level seminars and special topics. 

Aug 2019 -Present          Division of Sciences, Mathematics & Engineering Washtenaw Community College
Jul 2018 - Aug 2019  Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Glenville State College
Oct 2015 - Jun 2018 Dean, School of Arts and Sciences College of Coastal Georgia
2010  - 2018  Associate Professor of Mathematics (Tenured) College of Coastal Georgia
2008-2010 Department of Mathematics St. Ambrose University
2003 - 2010 Professor of Mathematics (Tenured) St. Ambrose University
Summer 2008 Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics Department of Mathematics The University of Iowa
1999 - 2004 Graduate Teaching Assistant The University of Iowa
1995 - 1999 Assistant Professor of Mathematics University of Puerto Rico
PhD. Mathematics, The University of Iowa
MS. Mathematics, The University of Iowa
MS. Mathematics, University of Puerto Rico
2011 Ionescu, Muhly, Vega: Markov Operators and C*-Algebras,
Houston Journal of Mathematics, 2011)

Book 2009 Vega, W*-Correspondences, Finite Directed Graphs and Markov Chains, Monograph, DM-Verlag, ISBN 978-3-639-15524 -2.

My research interests include Hilbert C*-modules, C*-correspondences and completely positive maps; stochastic matrices and graph algebras, Dilations of completely positive maps, C*-algebras, operator algebras and operator theory, mathematics education, course and program development and evaluation.