The Johnson Center for Creative teaching and Learning

Supporting teaching and mentoring at Gettysburg College

Kimberly Spayd

Associate Professor

Mathematics - Sciences



Campus Box 0402


Glatfelter Hall
Room 202 B
300 N. Washington Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325-1400

Professor Spayd has been teaching at Gettysburg College since the fall of 2012. She has a B.S. from Notre Dame, a Masters in Statistics from the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) and a Ph.D. in Math from North Carolina State University. Her primary research area is partial differential equation models of fluid flow. Other research interests include the intersection of math and art and using fractal geometry to characterize an instability that can occur when one fluid tries to displace another.


BS Notre Dame,
MS University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill,
PhD North Carolina State University,