Meet The Faculty

Dr. Julie Levandosky

Professor; Program Coordinator and Advisor M.Ed. Mathematics

PhD, ScM, Brown University; BS University of Massachusetts -Amherst


Professor Levandosky is the Program Coordinator for the MEd in Mathematics.  She teaches a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate mathematics courses.  Her research interests lie in the field of partial differential equations where she has published several papers involving nonlinear dispersive equations.  She is also interested in open source texts and is a contributing author to the Calculus text published by Openstax.  Prior to coming to Framingham State University, she held a postdoctoral position at Stanford University where she taught both undergraduate and graduate students.

Dr. Robert Page

Professor, Advisor for the Masters of Secondary Education with Concentration in Mathematics

BS, MS, PhD The University of Mississippi


Professor Page teaches a variety of courses at FSU: undergraduate and graduate courses in the Mathematics department, undergraduate and graduate methods courses for students seeking their initial license in Secondary Mathematics Education, and graduate courses in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics program. He also supervises student teacher candidates as they complete their field practicum in middle and high school mathematics classrooms. His areas of specialty include Functional Analysis, Vector Lattices, and Mathematics Education. He has previously taught at South Panola High School in Batesville, MS, and Bennington College in Bennington, VT.

Dr. Michael Krul

Assistant Professor

PhD, MS, University of Rhode Island; BS Fitchburg State University



Professor Krul teaches a variety of graduate and undergraduate courses including number theory and abstract algebra.  His research interests are based in algebraic and combinatorics, including: polynomial ideals and Groebner Bases, graph and hypergraph colorings, and algebraic techniques in combinatorics.

Dr. Mohammad Salmassi


PhD in Mathematics, University of Kentucky, MSc in Computer Science, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute


Professor Salmassi has taught at Framingham State University for 26 years. In addition to teaching a variety of undergraduate courses, he has taught graduate courses in geometry and number theory.