Professor of Mathemetics
5518 Everett Tower
Gary received his Ph.D. in 1964 under the direction of Edward A. Nordhaus at
Michigan State University. He has been at WMU since then, spending a year at
the University of Michigan as a Research Associate with
Frank Harary and taking sabbaticals at the University of California, Santa
Barbara and San Jose State University.
His research area is graph theory, and his current research interests
structures, graph colorings, distance in graphs, and domination.
His nonacademic interests include Broadway musicals, show music, movies,
writing, and sports.
Chromatic Graph Theory
(by Chartrand and Zhang)
CRC Press in September 2008.
Graphs & Digraphs
(by Chartrand, Lesniak and Zhang).
CRC Press (2010). For more information, click here
(by Chartrand and Zhang).
Published by Waveland Press, Inc. March, 2011.
Solution manual is available for instructors.
For more information, click here
A First Course in Graph Theory
Published by Dover Publications, Inc. January, 2012.
A Transition to Advanced Mathematics
(by Chartrand, Polimeni and Zhang).
Published by Pearson in September 17, 2012.
Book in Progress
- The Fascinating World of Graph Theory
(by Benjamin , Chartrand and Zhang).
To be Published by Princeton University Press, January 2015.