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S. GRAHAM KELLY received a B.S. in engineering science and mechanics, in 1975, a M.Sin engineering mechanics, and a Ph.D. in engineering mechanics in 1979, all from
He served on the faculty of the University of Notre Dame from 1979 to 1982. Since
1982, Dr. Kelly has served on the faculty at The University of Akron where he has been
active in teaching, research, and administration.
Besides vibrations, he has taught undergraduate courses in statics, dynamics, mechanics
of solids, system dynamics, fluid mechanics, compressible fluid mechanics, engineering
probability, numerical analysis, and freshman engineering. Dr. Kellyís graduate teaching
includes courses in vibrations of discrete systems, vibrations of continuous systems, continuum
mechanics, hydrodynamic stability, and advanced mathematics for engineers.
Dr. Kelly is the recipient of the 1994 Chemstress award for Outstanding Teacher in the
College of Engineering at the University of Akron.
Dr. Kelly is also known for his distinguished career in academic administration. His
service includes stints as Associate Dean of Engineering, Associate Provost, and Dean of
Engineering from 1998 to 2003. While serving in administration, Dr. Kelly continued
teaching at least one course per semester.
Since returning to the faculty full-time in 2003, Dr. Kelly has enjoyed more time for
teaching, research, and writing projects. He regularly advises graduate students in their
research work on topics in vibrations and solid mechanics. Dr. Kelly is also the author of
System Dynamics and Response, Advanced Vibration Analysis, Advanced Engineering
Mathematics with Modeling Applications, Fundamentals of Mechanical Vibrations (First
and Second Editions) and Schaumís Outline in Theory and Problems in Mechanical
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