BA, Jamestown College, 1963; MA (1965), PhD (1969), Washington State University
Muskingum College; SUNY College of Technology; Vassar College; Hamilton College; Bard College
Applied mathematics for the physical sciences; analysis (real, complex and numerical); problem solving
Finite difference equations, numerical analysis, problem solving, teaching of mathematics
Vol. I and II, Lecture Guide and Student Notes for Stewart's Calculus (Brooks/Cole, 1992); Vol. I, Lecture Guide and Student Notes for Hungerford's Contemporary Precalculus (Harcourt Brace & Co., 1994)
Adjunct course director, National Science Foundation Chautauqua-type short course program; consultant, Borland International Inc.
- Included in the Princeton Review's The Best 300 Professors, 2012
- Phi Eta Sigma Professor of the Year Award 1992-93