Greetings!  I have the good fortune to teach mathematics at Keene State College. As a Professor of Mathematics at Keene State, I stay very active teaching and working in service to the college.  As time permits, I stay professionally active as well.  When not working, there are a number of personal activities that keep me happily engaged.

 A quote that resonates with me: “Doing mathematics is very much like running a marathon.  It does not require any special talent, and ‘finishing’ is largely a matter of wanting to succeed.”  Keith Devlin, The Math Gene , 1999.


For the Fall semester of 2014, I am teaching:

  • MATH141 Introductory Statistics
  • MATH361 Differential Equations
  • IIMATH310 Evolution of Mathematics


A bit of philosophy relevant for students in my courses:

Tell me and I’ll forget; Show me and I may not remember;
Involve me and I’ll understand.  — Confucius

A little math history for today . 

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