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      "Always the beautiful answer who asks a more beautiful question."

        - E. E. Cummings
  
    Current & Future Courses
    Fall 2014 - MATH 311W:   Concepts of Discrete Mathematics (Numbers, Groups, and Proofs)    

    Previous Courses Taught
    Spring 2014 - MATH 497G:   Population Biology and Evolutionary Game Theory
    Fall 2013 - MATH 311W:   Concepts of Discrete Mathematics (Numbers, Groups, and Proofs)    
    Spring 2013 - MATH 111:   Techniques of Calculus II
    Spring 2013 - MATH 450:   Mathematical Modeling    
    Spring 2012 - MATH 450:   Mathematical Modeling    
    Spring 2012 - MATH 505:   Mathematical Fluid Mechanics    
    Fall 2011 - MATH 421:   Complex Analysis    
    Summer 2011 - REU:   Curved Manifolds: from Soap Bubbles to Crumpled Paper     (REU Program)
    Spring 2011 - MATH 597E:   Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics   (graduate course)
    Fall 2010 - MATH 421:   Complex Analysis
    Fall 2009 - MATH 497B:   Complex Analysis from a Fluid Dynamics Perspective     (MASS Program)
    Spring 2009 - MATH 406:   Advanced Calculus for Engineers/Scientists (Complex Variable Techniques)
    Fall 2008 - MATH 450:   Mathematical Modeling
    Spring 2008 - MATH 412:   Partial Differential Equations
    MATH 231:   Calculus of Several Variables   (Spring 2008)
    MATH 505:   Mathematical Fluid Dynamics   (Fall 2007 - graduate course)
    MATH 405:   Advanced Calculus for Engineers/Scientists I (Applied Math)   (Fall 2006)
    MATH 406:   Advanced Calculus for Engineers/Scientists (Applied Complex Analysis)   (Spring 2006)
    MATH 450:   Mathematical Modeling   (Fall 2005)
    MATH 406:   Advanced Calculus for Engineers/Scientists (Applied Complex Analysis)   (Spring 2005).
    MATH 580:   Introduction to Applied Mathematics I   (Fall 2004 - graduate course).
    MATH 406:   Advanced Calculus for Engineers/Scientists (Applied Complex Analysis)   (Spring 2004).
    MATH 580:   Introduction to Applied Mathematics I   (Fall 2003 - graduate course).
    MATH 412:   Partial Differential Equations   (Spring 2003).
    MATH 598D / PHYS 517:   Statistical Mechanics   (Spring 2002 - graduate course).
    MATH 497C (MASS Program):   Mathematical Analysis of Fluid Flow   (Fall 2001).
    MATH 505:   Mathematical Fluid Dynamics   (Spring 2001 - graduate course).
    MATH 497E (now MATH 450):   Mathematical Modeling   (Fall 2000).
    MATH 412:   Partial Differential Equations   (Fall 2000).
    PSU 016 (Sec. 250):   First Year Seminar in Mathematics   (Spring 2000).
    PSU 016 (Sec. 250/251):   First Year Seminar in Mathematics   (Fall 1999).
    MATH 505:   Mathematical Fluid Dynamics   (Fall 1999 - graduate course).
    MATH 141B:   Calculus with Applications in Biology II  (Spring 1999).
    MATH 140B:   Calculus with Applications in Biology I  (Fall 1998).
    MATH 140 (Sec. 36):   Calculus with Analytic Geometry I  (Fall 1998).

    Other Activities:
    Winter School - Fluid Foam Physics: A Model for Complex Systems, Ecole de Physique, Les Houches, France (January 2006).
    Lecture Notes in Fluid Dynamics/Applied Mathematics - Selected Topics
    The 2004 GTA Orientation Program

    Teaching Honors and Awards
    2004 Atherton Award  
    2003 C. I. Noll Award  

    Motto:   I've often found the fastest way to eliminate my own ignorance
                        is to go ahead and ask what seem to be the "stupid questions"


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