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Syracuse University, College of Arts and Sciences

Graham J. Leuschke

Leuschke portrait

Professor and Department Chair


317G Carnegie Library


Research Interests

Professor Leuschke works in commutative algebra, especially in those aspects closely related to representation theory and non-commutative algebraic geometry. He is particularly interested in maximal Cohen-Macaulay modules over Cohen-Macaulay rings.


Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, 2000.


  • Representations of Algebras

    Representations of Algebras

    Representations of Algebras, edited by Graham Leuschke, Frauke Bleher, Ralf Schiffler, and Dan Zacharia, Amer Mathematical Society (May 20, 2018), 296pp., ISBN-13: 978-1470435769

  • Cohen-Macaulay Representations

    Cohen-Macaulay Representations

    Cohen-Macaulay Representations: Mathematical Surveys and Monographs, Volume 181, by Graham J. Leuschke and Roger Wiegand, 2012, 367 pp., Print ISBN: 978-0-8218-7581-0

  • 24 Hours of Local Cohomology

    24 Hours of Local Cohomology

    24 Hours Of Local Cohomology, by Srikanth Iyengar, Graham J. Leuschke, Anton Leykin, Claudia Miller, Ezra Miller, Anurag K. Singh, and Uli Walther. American Mathematical Society, 2007.

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Contact Information


Mailing Address:
215 Carnegie Building
Syracuse, NY 13244-1150


A Commitment to Mathematical Excellence

(Feb. 28, 2022)

A new scholarship in the Department of Mathematics honors the legacy of longtime faculty member Philip Throop Church.

NSF Underwrites National, International Projects in Mathematics Department

(March 22, 2016)

Students, faculty benefit from three major grant awards from National Science Foundation

Mathematicians Sweep NSF Grant Awards

(Sept. 4, 2015)

Professors Shen, Lanzani, Leuschke awarded $518,000 in research support

Simons Foundation Funds Physics, Mathematics Researchers

(May 27, 2015)

Professors Marchetti, Horn, Leuschke, and Wylie receive Simons grant awards

Mathematics Department on Hot Streak

(Feb. 20, 2015)

Profs rack up grant awards, global speaking commitments