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- B.A. in history and mathematics (physics concentrations), California State University at Fullerton. Graduated Summa Cum Laude (just barely --- another .002 grade points and I would have been Magna Cum Laude)
- M.A. in mathematics, Boston University
- Ph.D. in mathematics, Boston University

- Assistant Professor, Fitchburg State College, September 1996 to May 1997. Taught statistics, calculus, college algebra, introductory algebra, and "math across the curriculum".
- Statistics Instructor, Boston University, Summer 1996.
- Statistics and Computer Applications Instructor, Franklin Institute of Boston, Spring 1996. Taught both statistics and Microsoft Office to undergraduates.
- Statistics Instructor, Metropolitan College, Spring and Fall 1995.
- Mathematics and Science Instructor, Upward Bound at Bristol Community College, Summer 1995. Taught calculus, physics, chemistry, and physical science to high school students in a six-week summer course.
- Teaching Assistant, Calculus, Boston University, Fall 1991 to Spring 1996. Teaching assistan for first and second year calculus, and tutor in many branches of mathematics up to differential equations, probability, and complex analysis.
- Learning Assistant, California State University at Fullerton, Spring 1986 to Summer 1989. Taught elementary mathematics (algebra, geometry, and arithmetic), as well as helped students learn material in physics, chemistry, biology, European history, and other subjects. Also helped students with English composition. Designed, wrote, and implemented a software package to help students learn elementary mathematics.

- Computer consultant, Addison-Wesley. Helped write, assemble, and test the InterAct Math Computer Aided Instruction package, as well as performed software testing and quality control for OmniTest, ESATEST, and other Addison-Wesley packages. Work still in progress.

- "Precalculus: Methods of Integration Before the Invention of Calculus", talk to be given at the Fitchburg State College Math colloquium in 1997.
- "Spreadsheets and Mathematical Exploration", talk to be given at the Massachusetts "Wired and Inspired" conference, in May, 1997.
- "The Mathematics of the Calendar", talk given at the
Fitchburg State College Mathematics colloquium, October 1996.
### Other Skills

**Office skills**: Typing (124 wpm), Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint), other word processing (WordPerfect, WordStar), Paradox.**Computer skills**: Netscape, HTML engineering, programming (QuickBASIC, some C and C++, and I'm brewing my Java skills).**Languages**: French (written), some Latin, some German.**Etc.**: Musical instruments (piano, harmonica, recorder); I also do songwriting, acting, juggling, and guided tours of the night sky.**The Great American Novel**: See 1517.