Professor Emeritus of Mathematics

Fall, 2018; Spring, 2019: Visitor to University of Arizona Mathematics Department, Tucson, AZ.

**Find
out about the Sensible Calculus Program** (

**Older Version.**)

**Mapping Diagrams from A(lgebra)
B(asics) to C(alculus) and D(ifferential) E(quation)s. A Reference and Resource Book on Function Visualizations
Using Mapping Diagrams (In Development-Draft Version 8-2017) **** **

**Papers/Presentations/etc.**** [2018]**

**ArizMATYC Conference (Phoenix, AZ), ****Friday October 5,**** 2018. [Links]**

** "Making Sense of Integration Visually:
Mapping Diagrams for Calculus"
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**"Solving Polynomial Equations: Visualization from Linear to Cub ic, from Rational to Complex Numbers". **

HSU Math Department Colloquium,"

**How Many Ways Can You Solve a Quadratic Equation Visually? From the Greeks to 21st Century Technology." Sept. 13, 2018.[Links]**

British Congress of Mathematics Education 9, [Sessions A20, D20, E20, H20] April 3-6, 2018, University of Warwick. [**Links**]

** Informal Proceedings 13- Mapping Diagrams: Four Sessions, One Theme. Using Mapping Diagrams in Algebra, Calculus, and Complex Analysis **

Sacramento Valley Community College Mathematics (SVCCM) Conference, American River College (Sacramento),

"Solving Polynomials: Mapping Diagram Visualization", Saturday, March 3, 2018.**[Links]**

Joint Mathematics Meetings** San Diego, CA, Jan. 13, 2018:**

"Mapping Diagrams Visualizing Functions and Equation
Solutions: From Algebra Basics to Real and Complex Analysis." AMS
Special Session on Visualization in Mathematics: Perspectives of
Mathematicians and Mathematics Educators. [Links]

"Making Sense of Complex Integration: Mapping
Diagrams Created with GeoGebra to Visualize Definitions, Theory and
Applications." MAA Session on Revitalizing Complex Analysis [Links]

Recent (back to 2011) Stuff.

Not So Recent (before 2011) Stuff.

Miscellaneous:

My Bookmarks (old)
A resume.(pdf) ;
A biographical sketch.

POM SIGMAA *(Philosophy of
Mathematics)* Find out more about this Special
Interest Group of the MAA.

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HOM
SIGMAA
*(History of Mathematics)* Find out more about
this Special Interest Group of the MAA.

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