Mark Bollman-->: Teaching Experience

Contrary to rumor, I am not trying to teach at every MIAA school...

The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.
Graduate Student Teaching Assistant, 01986-01989.
      1. Math 105: Algebra and Analytic Trigonometry
      2. Math 112: Brief Calculus
      4. Math 115: Calculus I
      5. Math 116: Calculus II
      3. Math 247: Mathematics of Finance

Hope College, Holland, MI.
Visiting Instructor of Mathematics, 01989-01991.
      8. Math 110: Finite Mathematics
    10. Math 121: Survey of Calculus
      7. Math 130: Precalculus Mathematics
      6. Math 131: Calculus I
      9. Math 132: Calculus II

Jackson Community College, Jackson, MI.
Supplemental Mathematics Instructor, 01991-01992.
     11. Math 120: Elementary Algebra
     12. Math 131: Intermediate Algebra

Olivet College, Olivet, MI.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Physics Program Director, 01992-01997.
      30. Chemistry 231: Organic Chemistry I
      34. Computer Science 120: Fundamentals Of Computer Programming
      25. Computer Science 270: Practicum In C Programming
      42. Computer Science 380: Practicum In C++ Programming
      43. Computer Science 418: Independent Study: Java
      44. Computer Science 418: Independent Study: Journalism and the Internet
      39. Education 394: Methods Of Teaching Mathematics
      18. IDS 111: Composition and Rhetoric I
      15. IDS 112: Composition and Rhetoric II
      16. Math 108: Introductory Algebra
      17. Math 109: Intermediate Algebra
      27. Math 120: The Nature of Mathematics
      24. Math 150: Precalculus
      22. Math 151: Calculus I      
      29. Math 232: Statistics
      40. Math 241: Probability
      19. Math 242: Discrete Mathematics I
      13. Math 253: Calculus III
      14. Math 315: Geometry
      33. Math 320: Linear Algebra
      37. Math 342: Discrete Mathematics II
      21. Math 354: Differential Equations
      35. Math 402: Complex Analysis
      38. Math 404: Math History
      20. Math 405: Advanced Calculus
      36. Math 421: Seminar: Number Theory
      41. Math 421: Seminar: Chaos Theory
      28. Math 430: Abstract Algebra
      23. Physics 201: Introductory Physics I
      26. Physics 202: Introductory Physics II
      31. Physics 251: Physics I
      32. Physics 252: Physics II
      45. Science 105: Introductory Geology

(I look at this list sometimes and wonder if I really exist--it seems unbelievable that one person could have taught this many different courses in only 5 years.  Then I remember...I was at Olivet.)

Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI.
Graduate Student Teaching Assistant, 01997-01999.
      46. Math 105: Intermediate Algebra
      48. Math 106: Plane Trigonometry
      49. Math 107: College Algebra
      47. Math 116: Mathematics For Business I
      52. Math 251: Geometry For Elementary Teachers
      50. Math 521: Theory Of Numbers
      51. Statistics 282: Introductory Statistics

Albion College, Albion, MI.
Assistant/Associate/Professor of Mathematics, 02002-
Visiting Instructor/Assistant Professor of Mathematics, 01999-02002.
      58. Computer Science 151: Survey of Computing
      92. Computer Science 358: Foundations of Computing
      72. Economics & Management 235H: Honors Economic Statistics
      77. Honors 124-02: Great Issues In Science: 7 Big Ideas That Shaped Science
      87. Honors 124-02: Great Issues In Science: 8 Big Ideas That Shaped Science
      90. Honors 135-02: Great Issues In Humanities: Perspectives On Gambling
      98. Honors 421H: Honors Thesis Research: Wheels
      85. Honors 422H: Honors Thesis Research: Biangular Analytic Geometry
      64. LA 101: First Year Seminar: Chance
      60. Math 104: Mathematics For Elementary Teachers
      71. Math 109: Statistical Methods
      54. Math 125: Functions/Precalculus
      53. Math 141: Calculus Of A Single Variable I
      57. Math 143: Calculus Of A Single Variable II
    103. Math 187: Practicum in Problem Solving
      93. Math 209: An Introduction to Statistics
      69. Math 210: Introduction to Statistical Analysis
      83. Math 236: Linear Algebra
      74. Math 239: Discrete Structures
    100. Math 245: Multivariate Calculus
      99. Math 287: Mathematics of the Gaming Industry
      81. Math 309: Mathematical Statistics
      78. Math 310: Applied Mathematical Statistics
      61. Math/CS 316: Numerical Analysis
      59. Math/CS 326: Operations Research
      62. Math 331: Real Analysis
      70. Math 333: Complex Analysis
      76. Math 335: Abstract Algebra
      67. Math 342: Geometry
      65. Math 345/389: History of Mathematics
    101. Math 349: Advanced Linear Algebra
      79. Math/CS 360: Mathematical Modeling
      97. Math/Physics 380: Mathematical Physics
      55. Math 389: Topics In Number Theory
      63. Math 411/412: Directed Study: Issues In Secondary Mathematics
      75. Math 411: Directed Study: Algebraic Number Theory
      80. Math 411: Directed Study: Measure Theory
      82. Math 411: Directed Study: Mathematical Logic
      84. Math 411: Directed Study: Biangular Analytic Geometry
      88. Math 411: Directed Study: Naive Set Theory I
      89. Math 411: Directed Study: Naive Set Theory II
      96. Math 411: Directed Study: Casino Game Development
      66. Math 412: Directed Study: Real Analysis II
      68. Math 412: Directed Study: Abstract Algebra II
      86. Math 412: Directed Study: Medical Biostatistics
      73. Math 412: Directed Study: Commutative Algebra
      91. Math 412: Directed Study: Transfinite Mathematics
      95. Math 412: Directed Study: Biostatistics
    102. Math 412: Directed Study: Game Theory
    104. Math 412: Direcrted Study: Algebraic Geometry
    105. Math 412: Directed Study: Representation Theory
      56. Physics 242: Introduction To Theoretical Physics
      94. Science 285: Integrated Science for Elementary Teachers 


--That's 105 different courses, scattered among 6 different colleges.  My career goal in this arena has long been to teach 100 different courses (hence the curious numbering system where everything's numbered in the order that I taught them first) before I retire--so retirement is now an option, philosophically if not financially.

Of course, now that I've hit 105, the new goal is course #106.

 

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