### Teaching

#### Currently

#### Previous semesters with web content

- Spring 2009: Math 360.
- Fall 2008: Math 131.
- Spring 2007: Math 107
- Fall 2006: Math 300A (Elementary Number Systems) and Math 131 (Finite Mathematics)
- Spring 2005: Math 306 (Number Theory).
- Fall 2004: Math 35 (Elementary Algebra); Math 220 (Introduction to Advanced Mathematics), and Math 470 (Mathematical Modeling)
- Fall 2003: Math 470 (Mathematical Modeling)
- Spring 2003: Math 220 (Introduction to Advanced Mathematics).
- Spring 2001: Math 316/416 (Combinatorics and Graph Theory)
- Fall 2000: Math 161 (Calculus I)

### Cleveland

My teaching work immediately prior to coming to Sonoma State was with the Cleveland Collaborative for Mathematics Education and with elementary teachers in the Cleveland Public Schools.

### Seattle

Prior to Cleveland, I was a member for three years of the Mathematics Department at the University of Washington in Seattle.

### Study abroad in Mathematics?

Budapest Semesters in Mathematics is a wonderful opportunity for the motivated math major to spend some time studying mathematics intensively with great professors, while exploring the beautiful city of Budapest. Ask me if you have any questions.

The California State University also has a good array of study-abroad options, including some countries that have great Math programs and allow you to progress in your major while studying abroad. The cost of a year in many of these programs is even cheaper than a year at SSU! Check out SSU's International Services Office for some more info; much more detail about each host country's program is available by clicking on the country at the California State University list of host countries.