Jack Calcut

  • Professor of Mathematics

Areas of Study


  • BS, Michigan State University, 1999
  • PhD, University of Maryland, 2004

Fall 2024

Discrete Mathematics — MATH 220
Topology — MATH 353


Jack Calcut Coauthored Paper to Appear in "Contemporary Mathematics"

April 10, 2024

Professor of Mathematics Jack Calcut and Oberlin student Liam Axon '21 have coauthored a paper on the end sum of surfaces---a procedure for combining infinite surfaces. Their article will appear in a forthcoming volume of the book series Contemporary Mathematics published by the American Mathematical Society.


2014-2015 Excellence in Teaching Awards Winners

February 19, 2016

Six faculty members from the College of Arts and Sciences and the Conservatory of Music received the Excellence in Teaching Award for the 2014-2015 academic year. The recipients were Associate Professor of Mathematics Jack Calcut; Professor of Hispanic Studies Sebastiaan Faber; Professor of Piano James Howsmon; Director of the Division of Conducting and Ensembles, Associate Professor of Conducting, and Director of the Oberlin Orchestra Raphael Jiménez; Professor of Comparative American Studies Gina Pérez; and Associate Professor of Jazz Studies Daniel Wall.

Mathematical Concepts You Can Hold

September 5, 2015

Students diligently take notes as Associate Professor of Mathematics Jack Calcut lectures in the King Memorial Building. Calcut, who teaches students with varying levels of mathematical familiarity,...