Department : Mathematics
Email : email@example.com
Phone : 718-862-7427
Office : RLC 201B
PHD, New York University
MA, Columbia University
BA, St. John's University
I am interested in incorporating appropriate techological tools into the teaching of undergraduate mathematics. This has involved the creation of multiple projects using the computer algeba system Maple to be included in the calculus sequence, as well as courses in partial differential equations and analysis. These projects serve to supplement the traditional material in these courses and allow for the investigation of problems that woould be difficult to do without technology.
Using the Computer Algebra System Maple to Enhance a First Course in Partial Differential Equations.
Registered Tax Practitioner (Federal and New York)
- Mathematical Association of America
- Sigma Xi
Publications & Professional Activities
- “Computer Literacy at Manhattan College”, with C. Stolze, Journal of Computing in Small Colleges, Vol. 3, No, 5, May 1988
- “Networking Micros for Instructional Support”, Transitions, No. 10, 1987.
- “The Development of Computer Resources at Manhattan College”, Manhattan Scientist, 1985.
- “Using Maple in the Calculus Sequence”, with P. Tiffany, C. Stolze, and K. Weld, Proceedings of the ASCUE Conference, June, 1994
- “Comparison of Database Systems”, Proceedings of the ASCUE Conference, June, 1993.
- “A Computer-Based First Course in Differential Equations”, with C. Stolze & K. Weld, Proceedings of the ASCUE Conference, June, 1993.
- “A Laboratory Component for CS1”, with C. Stolze, Proceedings of the ASCUE Conference, June 1992.
- “Corvus Omninet at Manhattan College”, Proceedings of the Third Annual Eastern Small Colleges Computing Conference”, 1987
Honors & Awards
- Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, 1959 – 60.
Teaching LLRN 102 - Classical Origins of Western Culture (part of the core for Arts and Science students)
MATH 185 Calculus I
MATH 187 Calculus I (Honors)
MATH 186 Calculus II MATH 188 Calculus II (Honors) MATH 285 Calculus III MATH 287 Honors Calculus III MATH 388 Partial Differential Equations MATH 387 Analysis I MATH 488 Analysis II