It is the overall diversity of living things that allows life to thrive in every habitable region of our planet. For us to move forward and grow as a species our students must be as diverse as the education [that] they receive.


Jordan L. Neus, Ph.D. earned his Doctorate in Applied Mathematics and Statistics from Stony Brook University. He Is currently an Associate Professor of Mathematics at Suffolk County Community College. He has been published in Communications in Statistics, Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, Goodness-of-Fit Tests and Model Validity, and Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education. His research interests include Goodness of Fit Testing, Cooperative and Collaborative Learning, and promoting Social Justice through education and the application of Statistics and Data Analysis. 

When not involved in research or teaching he can often be found playing ragtime or Bluegrass music on a classical guitar. 


  • B.S., M.S., Ph.D., SUNY Stony Brook University

Courses Taught

  • MAT101: A Survey of Mathematical Reasoning
  • MAT103: Statistics I
  • MAT104: Statistics II
  • MAT107: Computer Mathematics Concepts
  • MAT111: Algebra II
  • MAT121: Finite Mathematics
  • MAT124: Fundamentals of Precalculus I
  • MAT131: Calculus for Non-Science Majors