Sarah Blanset Ph.D.

Professor of Mathematics
Mathematics & Physics | Fine School of the Sciences


  • Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of Notre Dame (2012)
  • M.S. in Mathematics, University of Notre Dame (2009)
  • B.A. in Mathematics, Amherst College (2007)

Professional Experience

  • Stevenson University Assistant Professor, Mathematics 2015–present
  • Susquehanna University Assistant Professor, Mathematics 2012–2015


My research is in the areas of logic and combinatorics. My dissertation work was in model theory, an area of mathematical logic, but since coming to Stevenson I have moved more towards combinatorics. I currently work in the overlap between logic and combinatorics, as well as on problems in scheduling theory and applications of graph theory.


  • “Forking in VC-minimal theories”, Journal of Symbolic Logic, Dec. 2012 (with S. Starchenko).
  • “VC-minimality: Examples and observations”, preprint, 2014 (with U. Andrews, J. Freitag, and A. Medvedev).
  • “The Evil League of Evil Problem: Combinatorics, Scheduling, and Fantasy Baseball”, submitted, 2017.


  • MATH 136: Introduction to Statistics
  • MATH 137: College Algebra
  • MATH 137: Precalculus
  • MATH 220: Calculus
  • MATH 222: Calculus III
  • MATH 230: Discrete Structures

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