Welcome to my home page. I am an associate professor of Mathematics. I completed my
PhD in Applied Mathematics at Northwestern University in 2003 under the advisement
of Vladimir Volpert and Ed Olmstead. My professional preparation continued with a
(VIGRE) postdoctoral fellowship at Texas A&M University where I had the privilege
of working with Jay Walton in the Dept. of Mathematics. In 2006 I joined the mathematics
faculty here at Southern Poly.
Interested parties can find some information about my scholarship by selecting the Research tab on the left. Students can find course information and resources under the Courses and Syllabi tabs. My current course pages are also linked below.
Fall 2014 Course Pages:
Calculus I (Math 2253 sec 001)
Honors Calc. I (Math 2253 sec 05H)
Calculus II (Math 2254 sec 002)
SPSU Department of Mathematics Colloquia:
How small is too small? Modeling the effects of habitat fragmentation via reaction diffusion equations.
by Jerome Goddard II, Auburn University
Monday Sept. 22, 2014 @ 2:30pm in the Student Center, Ballroom B
Join us for Coffee & Meet the Speaker at 2pm in Ballroom B