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Ph.D. - Mathematics The Ohio State University - 1999
M.S. - Mathematics St. Petersburg University - 1993
Humphreys N., (2013) Actuarial Job Market: Overcoming the Matthew Effect,
submitted to the SOA ARCH committee. 2013 - Publication
Humphreys N., (2011) Long Term Accumulation of Wealth. The Case of a Small
Health Insurance Company, Society of Actuaries,
www.soa.org/library/.../arch/.../arch-2012-iss1-humphreys-paper.pdf 2011 - Publication
Humphreys N., (2000) A Central Limit theorem for some special complex-valued
probability densities, Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 248, 1-
28. 2000 - Publication
Humphreys N. and Bojanic R., (1999) Rate of convergence for the absolutely (C, )
summable Fourier series of functions of bounded variation, Journal of
Approximation Theory, 101, no 2, 212-220. 1999 - Publication
Bondareva (Humphreys) N. A. and Bondarev A. S., (1998) Representations of the
functionals on the regular normed operator ideals, (Russian), Izvestiya GETU.
Fundamental mathematical models and their application in electronics and
automatics, 512, 13-24. 1998 - Publication
Bondareva (Humphreys) N. A. and Bondarev A. S., (1996) Lattice nuclear and
lattice integral operators, (Russian), Izvestiya GETU. Collection of scientific works.
Mathematics, 501, 10-17. 1996 - Publication
Bondareva (Humphreys) N. A. and Bondarev A. S., (1994) Absolutely summing
operators, (Russian), Izvestiya GETU. Collection of scientific works. Mathematics,
472, 13-18. 1994 - Publication
Clinical Associate Professor University of Texas at Dallas [2010–Present]
When Dr. Natalia Humphreys was growing up in Russia, her father ignited her interest in math. He was not only a mathematician, but also a professor at St. Petersburg Electrical Engineering University. It would seem Humphreys, now a clinical associate professor of mathematics at UT Dallas, has a knack for following in her father’s footsteps. His early encouragement led her not only to a love of mathematics, but a true enthusiasm for teaching as well. After earning her master’s degree in mathematics from St. Petersburg State University in Russia, Humphreys came to the United States and completed her doctoral degree at Ohio State University to launch a career in actuarial science. Although actuarial science may seem obscure to the general public, it’s a growing field with good employment opportunities and high job satisfaction