Experience 
Dartmouth College  Lecturer in mathematics (19791981) 
Boston College  Assistant Professor (19811983) 
Santa Clara University  Assistant Professor (19831986) 
Furman University  Assistant Professor (19861989)
Associate Professor (19891996)
Professor (1996 ) 
 Courses taught
 Calculus, finite mathematics, linear algebra, statistics, differential equations,
nature of mathematics, probability, statistics, analysis, graph theory, geometry,
advanced calculus, computational science, stochastic processes, measure theory,
projective geometry

 Committees

Santa Clara University: Faculty Development(198586)

Furman University: Research and Professional Growth (198790), Academic Policies (199192), Library (199395),
Academic Computing (199598, 200204) (Chair, 199698), Selfstudy focus group on information technology (199697),
University Committee on Information Technology (199798), Individualized Curriculum Program Committee (199899),
Faculty Development Committee (199899, 200004), Strategic Planning Committee Academic Program Working Group (200304),
Mathematics Department Technology Committee (Chair, 2003 )

 Computer experience
 System administrator for UNIX (Linux, Solarix, and Iris) workstations and servers
 Experience with numerous mathematical and scientific software packages and languages

 Seminars (organizer and lecturer)
 Choquet representation theory, Dartmouth College (1980); Statistics,
Boston College (198283); Statistical mechanics, Boston College (198283);
Mathematical logic, Furman University (198688); Differential equations and
chaos, Furman University (1989); Mathematical background to quantum mechanics,
Furman University (199192)

 Additional
 Presented numerous colloquium lectures at Santa Clara University and at
Furman University, referee for American Mathematical Monthly and Mathematics
Magazine, grader for William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition (198384),
director of Furman University Mathematics Tournament (198790), speaker at
Greenville Council of Teachers of Mathematics Spring Banquet (1988),
presented two day seminar on the history of mathematics for the School District
of Greenville County (1988), grader for ETS Advanced Placement Exams (1990),
faculty sponsor for Newman Club at Furman University (2001 )
