Professor of Mathematics
Richard Cornez is a professor of math and computer science at the University of Redlands, where he teaches courses on calculus, the mathematics of gambling and probability and mathematical statistics.
He has presented his work nationally and abroad on such topics as “An Animated Simulation of Traffic Model for Probability” and “The Mathematics of Juggling.”
His achievements include the receipt of an Outstanding Teaching Award and an appointment as a NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Faculty Fellow.
Cornez earned both his doctoral and master’s degrees in mathematics from the University of New Mexico and his bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Case Western Reserve University.>/p>
Academic Interests and Areas of Expertise