MAA Haimo Award for Distinguished Teaching of Mathematics 2013.

__ Current Course Websites:__

MA102: Calculus 2 (02)

MA211: Linear Algebra (03)

## Some Papers

·
Algebraic identities useful in the computation
of the Igusa local zeta function", Algebraic Geometry and Number Theory,
A. Adolphson, S. Sperber, and M. Tretkoff (editors), AMS Contemporary
Mathematics Series, 133, 1992, 171-4.

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The Igusa local zeta function associated with
the singular cases of the determinant and the Pfaffian, J. of Number Theory, 57
(1996), no. 2, 385-408.

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The Igusa local zeta function of a non-trival
character associated to the singular Jordan algebras, Proc. Amer. Math.
Soc. 124 (1996), no. 9, 2655-60.

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On the tabletop improvement experiments of Japan,
Production and Operations Management, 3, No. 3, Summer 1994, joint with Alan G.
Robinson.

·
Laboratories
in Mathematical Experimentation: A Bridge to Higher Mathematics (Projects
for a sophomore course in mathematical investigations; written by the members
of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Mount Holyoke College and
published by Springer in April 1997)

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Mount Holyoke College Summer Research
Institute" in Women in Mathematics: Scaling the Heights, Deborah Nolan
(editor), MAA Notes 46 (1997), 113-6.

·
An Introduction to Local Zeta Functions", a
review of Jun-ichi Igusa's new book in Bulletin (New Series) of the American
Mathematical Society 38, No. 2, (2000) 221-227.

·
Igusa Local Zeta Functions of Elliptic Curves,
Mathematics of Computation, 71 (2001), no. 238, 815-823, (joint with Prof.
Diane Meuser, Boston
University).

·
Counting fixed
points, two-cycles, and collisions of the discrete exponential
function using p-adic methods,,
J. Austr. Math. Soc., 92 (2012), no. 2, 163 - 178,
(joint with Prof. Joshua Holden,
Rose-Hulman
Insitute of Technology).

## Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Projects

·
P-adic analysis
and computing the Igusa local zeta function for irreducible curves (1992)

·
P-adic analysis
and the Igusa local zeta function for reducible curves and for surfaces with
bad reduction modulo p (1995)

·
The Igusa local
zeta function for elliptic curves and a related Poincare Series (1997)

·
The Igusa local
zeta function for elliptic curves using Tate's Algorithm (1999)

·
Number Theory
(2002)

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Number Theory
(2005)

·
Number Theory
(2007)

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