Professor, Department of Mathematics, Boise State University
Department of Mathematics
Boise State University
1910 University Dr
Boise, ID 83725-1555, USA
- I teach a range of courses,
mostly upper-level proof-based (or “pure math”) courses for undergraduate and graduate math majors.
I also frequently teach introduction to proofs, multivariable calculus, differential equations,
and occasionally other classes such as linear algebra.
Discrete Mathematics (Math 189)
Foundations of Analysis (Math 314)
Graduate Seminar I: Introduction and Research (Math 598)
- Graduate and undergraduate students I have advised.
- I am a co-organizer of the Topics in Algebra, Topology, Etc., Research Seminar: TATERS.
See also the Set Theory Seminar, the Mathematics Department Colloquium, and the Computing Colloquium.
- I am a co-organizer of the Boise Math Teachers’ Circle,
part of the Boise Math Circles,
a math community for teachers and for secondary students.
(Paused due to the pandemic.)
- Research workshops and conference special sessions that I have organized, co-organized, or been involved in.
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Boise State Topology & Algebra Research in the BSU math department