Robert Molina


Professor, Chair of Mathematics and Computer Science



Educational Background

  • Ph.D., Colorado State University (1993)
  • M.A., Colorado State University (1989)
  • B.S., Southern Oregon State College (1987)

I am...

I am a professor of Mathematics and currently the chair of the Math and Computer Science Department at Alma College. I specialize in the areas of Graph Theory and Combinatorics. 



My career at Alma began in


I'm an expert in

Graph Theory and Combinatorics

Signature course(s):

Combinatorics, Discrete Mathematics, Abstract Algebra

Recent publications:

Reconstruction Numbers for Unicyclic Graphs, Proceedings of the 50th Southeastern Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing (to appear)

Expressing Recursively Defined Polynomials in Terms of Fibonacci Polynomials, Congressus Numerantium, Vol. 220, 207-211 (2014) (with A. Zeleke)

Randomly -Decomposable Graphs, Discrete Mathematics 312
3406–3416 (2012) (with M. McNally)

Generalizing Results on the Convergence of the Maximum Roots of Fibonacci Type Polynomials, Congressus Numerantium, Vol. 195, 95-104 (2009), (with A. Zeleke)