Bill Huepenbecker


Bill Huepenbecker

  • Position: Teaching Professor of Mathematics
  • Phone: 419.372.0856
  • Email:
  • Address: 318A George Mylander Hall

Professional Biography/Profile:

Bill Huepenbecker is a Teaching Professor of Mathematics at BGSU Firelands. He holds a B.S. in Applied Mathematics from the University of Toledo and an M.S. in Applied Statistics from Bowling Green State University. He has been a part of the BGSU Firelands faculty since 1999.

Focus and Expertise:

Bill's primary focus is on mathematics education. He teaches courses such as Introduction to Statistics, Real World Math, and College Algebra, aiming to provide students with a strong foundation in mathematical concepts.

Courses Taught:

Introduction to Statistics

Real World Math

College Algebra

Research Interests/Selected Publications:

Bill believes that higher education is a vital pathway to a successful career for many individuals. He is dedicated to providing students with a comprehensive understanding of mathematics, helping them build essential skills for various academic and professional pursuits.

Background and Engagement:

Bill has a deep commitment to the field of education and is a past President and Life Member of the Ohio Association for Developmental Education, which is now known as the National Organization for Student Success - Ohio Chapter. His engagement in this organization showcases his dedication to supporting students' success in higher education.

For more information or to connect with Bill, please reach out to him at or visit his office in 318A George Mylander Hall.

Full Credentials

M.S. in Applied Statistics, Bowling Green State University; B.S. in Applied Mathematics, University of Toledo. 

Updated: 01/19/2024 02:41PM