Johnny Henderson, Ph.D.
Retired Professor of Mathematics
Academic Interests and Research
Dr. Henderson's research is in boundary value problems for ordinary differential equations, finite difference equations, dynamic equations on time scales, fractional differential equations and differential inclusions.
Reviews of Dr. Henderson's research articles can be found at MathSciNet.
The Mathematics Genealogy Project maintains a list of doctoral students Dr. Henderson has mentored. You can access this list by clicking here.
Some Honors and Awards
University of MissouriRolla Teaching Excellence Award, 1982
University of MissouriRolla Outstanding Teaching Award, 198384
Alumni Professor, Auburn University, 19841989
University of Nebraska Alumni Achievement Award, 1995
Raybould Fellowship, University of Queensland, Australia, 1997
Keynote Address, Centennial Celebration Commemorating 100 Years of Doctoral Education, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1998
Tamkang University Fellowship, Taiwan, 1999
Scharnagel Professor of Mathematics, Auburn University, 20002002
Mathematical Association of America Southeastern Section Distinguished College or University Teaching of Mathematics Award, 2001
Tamkang University Fellowship, Taiwan, 2001
Invited One Hour Address at the American Mathematical Society Southeastern Section Meeting, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, March 810, 2002
Distinguished Professor of Mathematics, Baylor University, 20022023
Lambda Sigma Honor Society Award for Outstanding Teaching, 2002
University of New South Wales Fellowship, Australia, 2003
Mortar Board Circle of Achievement Excellence in Teaching Award, 2006
Elsevier Award for 20052010 Top Cited Article in the Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 2010
Phi Kappa Chi Recognition for Inspiration in Teaching, 2011
Inaugural Fellow of the American Mathematical Society, 2013
Cornelia Marschall Smith Professor of the Year, 2016
Romanian Academy “Spiru Haret” Prize for the monograph (with Rodica Luca): Boundary Value Problems for Systems of Differential, Difference and Fractional Equations, 2019
Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award, 2021
World's Top 2% Researcher, Stanford University Database, 2022
Mathematical Association of America Texas Section Distinguished College or University Teaching of Mathematics Award, 2023
