The IWU Mathematics and Computer Information Sciences faculty provide a supportive, Christ-centered community that offers engaging experiences inside and outside of the classroom. Courses for our programs are taught by professors who hold Ph.D.s. These gifted instructors also meet individually with students, host social events in their homes, support student clubs, host guest lecturers and departmental colloquia where students and faculty present on advanced topics, provide opportunities for students to participate in math competitions, present at professional conferences, are active in professional organizations, and much more.

Daniel Kiteck; MA, PhD Assoc. Prof. Mathematics daniel.kiteck@indwes.edu Department - Mathematics Division - Math & Computer Science


Dr. Kiteck left his Kentucky homeland to join IWU in 2008. Born and raised with four siblings in Somerset, Kentucky, Dr. Kiteck loved the Christian community of Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky, and he is now ecstatic about being a part of a similar beautiful community at IWU. Dr. Kiteck teaches a wide variety of math classes at IWU with Modern Abstract Algebra being one of his favorites.  Dr. Kiteck loves being with his wife Karen and children Nathanael (b. 2009), Cherish (b. 2011), and a new baby due October 2013.

Educational Background:

  • B.A., 2001, Asbury University
  • M.A., 2003, University of Kentucky
  • Ph.D., 2008, University of Kentucky


  • Abstract Algebra
  • Undergraduate research
  • Math Education
  • Dr. Kiteck has given multiple talks and a poster presentation at the University of Kentucky, Indiana Wesleyan, the Indiana MAA Section Meetings, the conference for the Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences, and the national Joint Mathematics Meetings.