Josh Ducey

Office:  339 Roop Hall

Phone:  540-568-5100

Email:  duceyje at jmu dot edu

Welcome to my homepage!  I am an assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at James Madison University.  Below you can find pertinent course information and more about me.



I do research in algebraic combinatorics.  Generally I am interested in using techniques from group representation theory to compute numerical invariants of interesting and beautiful combinatorial structures.  For more information, see my papers or cv.

Undergraduate Research Projects:

Here you can read about research projects I have done with undergraduates.

Recent Talks:


I own a couple of telescopes.
Before I gave my life to mathematics, I had a short stint as a dock builder.

Some Good Links

Wikipedia's great math section
MathOverflow -- a cool site where mathematicians can ask and answer questions
Wolfram Alpha -- a "computational knowledge engine"
ScienceNews -- they (used to) have a weekly math article
guide to math in movies
a guide for teaching mathematics
finite simple group (of order two)
opinions of Doron Zeilberger
Terence Tao's blog

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