Taylor Jones  is a lecturer in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics. He earned his undergraduate degree in mathematics from the University of North Texas in 2018, as well as his PhD in mathematics from the University of North Texas in 2023. With an interest in recreational math, Jones’ work focuses on dimension calculations of fractals, or fractal-like objects, which are modeled by random processes. He has also co-taught a course that prepares students for the Putnam competition, and he has organized several undergraduate research projects.