Ryan Loga

Ryan Loga, PhD

Department of Mathematics & Physical Science
Associate Professor
(817) 202-6737
6 years

Function Spaces and their Properties, Integration Theory, Mathematical Poetry and Songs, Using Mathematics to Understand God and the Bible

Ph. D Mathematics, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, 2016 (Emphasis: Analysis)
Dissertation Topic: Extension Theorems on Sobolev Space

M.S. Mathematics (Concurrent Masters), University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 2014

B.S. Mathematics, Southern Adventist University, 2010, Cum Laude

A.S. Engineering Studies, Southern Adventist University, 2010

Dissertation: Extension Theorem on Matrix Weighted Sobolev Spaces 
Advisor: Michael Frazier, Ph.D.  

What is Math? – A Poem, Journal of Humanistic Mathematics, 2018

An Extension Theorem for Matrix Weighted Sobolev Spaces on Lipschitz Domains, Houston Journal of Mathematics, 2017

Finitum (A Book of Poetry), Lulu Publishing, 2011


A Journey Towards Understanding Extension Theorems on Sobolev Space, Andrews Research Conference, May 2017

An Extension Theorem for Matrix Weighted Sobolev Space on a Lipschitz Domain, AMS-MAA Joint Math Meetings, January 2016


Mathematics Association of America (MAA),  MAA Project NExT, Peach 18 Cohort,  American Mathematical Society (AMS),  Adventist Association of Mathematicians (AAM),  Adventist Educational Alliance (AEA)

SWAU Sicher Research Grant, 2017

Secretary, University of Tennessee Knoxville Chapter, Adventist Christian Fellowship, 1 year

Officer, Math Club, Southern Adventist University

Dr. Ryan Loga works as a college professor because it was during his undergraduate studies that he truly discovered himself. This included getting to know Jesus as his personal savior, even though he grew up as a Seventh-day Adventist.
He married his college sweetheart, Amanda Loga, in 2011. Though they do not have any children, they do have two cats: Sir Baxter and Lady Celeste. 
Before coming to SWAU, he lived in Tennessee his entire life. He graduated from Southern Adventist University in 2010 and attended graduate school in mathematics over the next 6 years at the University of Tennessee. So far, his greatest work is developing general education courses in mathematics that is inclusive for every student at SWAU. 
He enjoys video games, hiking, playing the guitar, most every topic related to mathematics and learning what he can about anything and everything. Since arriving at SWAU, he has learned many valuable lessons from his students and fellow faculty and staff.