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Office: Math and Computer Science, Appleton Hall #205
Mathematics and Social Choice
Mathematics and Music
Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education
2 presentations at MAA-AMS Joint Meetings, San Diego, January 2009: "New technologies for faculty: Wikis, discussion boards, and clickers" and "Capstone and one-semester research projects for a variety of students
Written seven reviews for MAA Online, and referred five articles for Mathematics Magazine and College Mathematics Journal
Member of MAA's Committee on the Mathematical Education of Teachers (COMET), developing documents and guidelines for adequate mathematical preparation for current and future teachers, January 2009 - January 2012
Member of the editorial board for MAA's Spectrum Series
Future projects include an in-class module introducing recent results in voting theory to non-majors, and an examination of topics in group theory which appear in music, being cowritten with a former student, now a faculty member at Loyola Marymount
Math 100 - Math of Liberal Arts
Math 101 - Finite Mathematics
Math 111 - Elementary Statistics and Probability
Math 121 - Calculus I
Math 122 - Calculus II
Math 201 - Discrete Mathematical Structures
Math 204 - Conjecture and Proof in Discrete Mathematics
Math 221 - Calculus III
Math 241 - Linear Algebra
Math 245 - Number Theory / History of Mathematics
Math 311 - Probability
Math 312 - Mathematical Statistics
Math 341 - Abstract Algebra
Math 459 - Senior Seminar
Topics courses in Combinatorics and Game Theory
First-Year Seminar on Mathematics and Political Choice
Proudian Seminar
Ph.D., Mathematics, University of Virginia, 1994
M.S., Mathematics, University of Virginia, 1990
B.A., Mathematics, St. Olaf College, 1987
Visiting Assistant Professor, Oberlin College, 1994-1995
Outstanding Teaching Award, University of Redlands, May, 2008
Innovative Teaching Award, University of Redlands, May, 2001
Coordinated 2 Project Intermath Grants, which led to the current course MATH 212, Mathematical Consulting
Outstanding Mathematical Teaching Assistant, University of Virginia, 1994
"Capstone and one-semester research projects for a variety of students," Co-Organizer and Panelist, AMS-MAA Joint Meetings in San Diego, January, 2008.
"New technologies for faculty: Wikis, discussion boards, and clickers," Panelist, AMS-MAA Joint Meetings in San Diego, January, 2008.
"A New Look at Arrow's Theorem," at California State University, San Bernardino, February 21, 2007 .
"Mathematics and Social Choice: A First-Year Experience for Non-Majors" at the Southern California-Nevada Section of the MAA Fall 2004 meeting, University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
"Take Your Seats: Apportionment in the United States and Iraq" at Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, California, April 2004.
"Voronoi Diagrams and Scheduling Forest Rehabilitation," with Co Livingston, at the North Central Section of the MAA Spring Meeting, Macalester College, St. Paul, MN, April, 2003.
"Mathematics Education Research Done Right, or How I Learned What a Genetic Decomposition Is" at Augsburg College, Minneapolis, MN January 29, 2003.
"A Mathematical Consulting Experience for Undergraduates" at the summer meeting of the Associated New American Colleges, Ithaca, New York, June 14-16, 2001.
"A Mathematical Consulting Experience for Undergraduates" at the Mathematics Across the Curriculum Conference, July 1999, University of Indiana, Bloomington, Indiana.
"Why 1?" at the Claremont Colleges Mathematics Colloquium, April 1999.
"Reading Right to Left: The LIttlewood-Richardson Number," Contributed Papers Session at the Southern California Section of the MAA Fall 1997 Meeting, October, 1997.
"Development of Students' Understanding of Cosets, Normality and Quotient Groups" with Mark Asiala, Ed Dubinsky, David Mathews, and Asuman Oktac. Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 16(3), 241-309.
"Students' Understanding of Cosets, Normality, and Quotient Groups", Special Session on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education, AMS-MAA Joint Meetings, San Diego, California, January 1997.
Mathematical Association of America
Phi Beta Kappa (serving as Secretary of the Redlands' chapter, the Xi of California chapter)