Lowell Abrams earned his Ph.D. in Mathematics from the Johns Hopkins University in 1997, and held a visiting position at Rutgers University for three years. He joined the faculty of the Mathematics Department of The George Washington University in 2000, where he earned tenure and was promoted to associate professor. In Fall 2018 Abrams switched his primary appointment to the GWU Writing Program, and is now an associate professor of Writing and of Mathematics. Abrams has presented his mathematics research nationally and internationally. Abrams received a Distinguished Teaching Award from the GWU Writing in the Disciplines Program in 2011, and has been chosen several times to serve on panels regarding writing in mathematics. Abrams' Mathematics doctoral students graduated in 2014, 2016, and 2020, respectively.