Spring 2013 Courses
MATH 315 Differential Equations MWF 10:40-11:45 a.m.
My research interests lie in the field of topological and symbolic dynamical systems. For an interesting open problem in symbolic dynamical systems written for undergraduates, see the following:
Renewal Systems, Sharp Eyed Snakes and Shifts of Finite Type,Recent interests have included the study of higher dimensional symbolic dynamical systems. To get an idea of how the situation becomes much more complicated in higher dimensions, see the following (also accessible to undergraduates:
(with A. Johnson), American Mathematics Monthly 109, (2002), 258-272.
Putting the Pieces Together: Understanding Robinson's Aperiodic Tilings,
(with A. Johnson), College Mathematics Journal 28, (1997), 172-181.
Click for some of my research papers.
Some Fun Web Math for Undergraduates:MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive
Mudd Math Fun Facts
NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs)
This summer's REU sites in Mathematics
The Geometry Center
Women in Mathematics
Ask a "Math Nerd"
Graduate Programs in Mathematics
Choosing a Graduate Program
Drew University Library Journals