Professional Bio


  • Ph.D., Mathematics, Colorado State University, 2013
  • M.S., Mathematics, Colorado State University, 2008
  • B.S., Mathematics, Colorado State University, 2006

Research & Scholarship

Research Interests

Ergodic Theory
Dynamical Systems

Recent Presentations

Bethany Springer. (2013, March) "All minimal isometries of compact metric spaces are nearly continuously evenly Kakutani equivalent." Special Session of the AMS on Ergodic Theory and Fractals (Invited Speaker), Oxford, Missouri.

Bethany Springer. (2013, January) "Continued Exploration of Nearly Continuous Dynamics." Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Diego, California.

Bethany Springer. (2011, June) "A Jaunt into Nearly Continuous Dynamics" University Paris 6, Jussieu, Seminar Ergodique (Invited Speaker), Paris, France.

Bethany Springer. (2010, October) "New Results in Nearly Continuous Dynamics" Oxtoby Centennial Conference (Invited Speaker), Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania (Bryn Mawr College).

Bethany Springer. (2010, April) "New Results in Nearly Continuous Even Kakutani Equivalence" Workshop on Dynamical Systems and Related Topics in Honor of Dan Rudolph (Invited Speaker) College Park, Maryland
(University of Maryland).

Bethany Springer. (2010, April) "Nearly Continuous Kakutani Equivalence--New Results" Dynamics Seminar (Invited Speaker), Memphis (University of Memphis).

Awards & Recognition

Community Involvment & Service

Creative Work