Teaching and mathematical scholarship, especially research with undergraduates, are my passions at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, a highly regarded STEM school. I taught for 15 years at Memorial University of Newfoundland, the University of Wisconsin, and Cleveland State University before coming to Rose-Hulman as Department Head in 1994. Twenty years later, I have stepped down to pursue my teaching and scholarship activities full-time. I fully enjoy my collaborations in the area of Riemann surfaces with my research colleagues in the United States and Europe.
Bachelor of Science (1976): University of Windsor Master of Science (1978): Queen’s University at Kingston Doctorate (Ph.D 1982): Queen’s University at Kingston.
Where I’ve taught
Memorial University of Newfoundland, (2 years) University of Wisconsin at Madison, (3 years) Cleveland State University (8 years) Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (22 and counting)