Grand finale: Materials for the Basel Problem activity (Joint Meetings 2011)
Seaway NExT time management materials
Sum of Squares Page--Describes different proofs of the sum of squares formula
The epicenter of an exciting new (animated!) approach to teaching the limit concept
Teaching--Spring 2013 Courses
Web pages for some previously taught courses
Future courses: Mathematical Structures and Proof, History of Mathematics, Algebraic Geometry (Fall 2013)
Ideas for student research projects that you could work on with me
I received my Ph.D. from Oklahoma State University in July 2004.
List of talks I have given
Curriculum vitae (Updated 8-21-2012)
Research plan (2006)
"If miracles get on our nerves, then we have Newtonian not Einsteinian nerves. For us, living in the wake of Einstein's revolution in physics, the universe is no longer a tight, safe, predictable playing field in which we know all the rules. Since Einstein, no modern has had the right to rule out the possibility of events because of prior knowledge of 'natural law.'"
John Warwick Montgomery, "How do we know there is a God?" and other questions inappropriate in polite society, p. 14