I teach many courses in the mathematics curriculum, from those for non-majors to graduate school preparatory courses and lots of things in between. Whether you are a committed mathematician or someone who simply knows that mathematics provides a good foundation for almost any discipline, you are welcome into the Math program and into my courses.
I am deeply committed to providing research experiences in mathematics for St. Olaf students (who wouldn’t want to conjecture and then prove a theorem that no one else in the world has ever done?!) and often teach our Directed Undergraduate Research course (Math 396). Student research projects tend to have at least a tangential relationship to my own scholarship that focuses on the structure of certain kinds of groups. Ask me more sometime.
Away from St. Olaf I love to be in nature, especially camping, hiking, or boating and swimming at “the cabin” up in central Minnesota (on the best lake in the state, Big Trout).
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