Some fairly recent activities …

  • Exploring Mathematics: An Engaging Introduction to Proof, with John Meier, was published in 2017 by Cambridge University Press; use the “Resources” tab at this link to find the (tiny) errata page.  If you’re looking for an introduction to theoretical mathematics, give it a try!
  • Lafayette’s REU Program in Mathematics, Statistics, and Applied Mathematics was a great success in the summer 2019.  We won’t be hosting an REU in 2020, but look for us again as early as 2021.
  • I’ve been using 3D printing in my classes for hands-on activities, especially in multivariable calculus.  Here are slides (18M), and a condensed version of the corresponding class assignment, from a presentation that I gave at a regional MAA meeting.
  • I’m engaged in some interesting research in fractal geometry (with Ethan Berkove) and in graph theory and knot theory (with Lorenzo Traldi and Bill Watkins).  Here’s a recent draft of my CV.

Email (over on the right) is the best way to contact me.