Math @ Duke

Curriculum Vitae
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Duke Box 90320, Durham, NC 27708

(919) 6602872 (office) (email)

 Education
Ph.D.  Duke University  2009 
M.A.  Duke University  2005 
MMath  University of Warwick  2003 
 Areas of Research
Mathematics Education
 Areas of Interest
calculus education genetic networks
 Professional Experience / Employment History
 Duke University
 Lecturer, Mathematics Department, July, 2011  present

 Instructor, Mathematics Department, August 24, 2009  December 13, 2009
 Math 26L, Lab Calculus/Functions I

 Instructor, Mathematics Department, August 24, 2009  December 13, 2009
 Math 26L, Lab Calculus/Functions I

 Instructor, Mathematics Department, June, 2008  August, 2008
 Math 107, Linear Algebra and Differential Equations

 Instructor, Mathematics, January, 2008  May, 2008
 Math 32L, Laboratory Calculus II

 Instructor, Mathematics, August, 2007  December, 2007
 Math 32L, Laboratory Calculus II

 Instructor, Mathematics, January, 2007  May, 2007
 Math 41, One Variable Calculus

 Instructor, Mathematics, September, 2006  December, 2006
 Math 32, Introductory Calculus II

 Instructor, Mathematics, January, 2006  May, 2006
 Math 26L, Lab Calculus/Functions II

 Instructor, Mathematics, September, 2005  December, 2005
 Math 31L, Lab Calculus I

 Teaching Assistant, Mathematics, January, 2005  May, 2005
 Lab Instructor for Math 32L, Lab Calculus II

 Teaching Assistant, Mathematics, September, 2004  December, 2004
 Lab instructor for Math 31L, Lab Calculus I
 Awards, Honors, and Distinctions
Advising Excellence Award, Duke Academic Advising, August, 2017
L. P. and Barbara Smith Award for Teaching Excellence, Duke University Mathematics Department, September, 2008
 Recent Grant Support
 BIGDATA: F: DKA: CSD: Topological Data Analysis and MachineLearning with CommunityAccepted Features, National Science Foundation, 2014/092019/08.
 Professional Service
 University Committee
 Success in Science and Mathematics, September, 2011  July, 2012
 Dept Committee
 Calculus Committee, 2009  present
 Univ Services
 Search Committee to Replace Dr. Ben Cooke at ARC, 1 December 2018
 Consultant, STEM Pathways for Inclusion, Readiness and Excellence (SPIRE) Fellows, 1 May 2017
 ONTO  Opening a New Track Onto math, 1 January 2016
 Developer of Jupyterbased Linear Algebra Labs, Developer of Jupyterbased Linear Algebra Labs. Duke University Math Dept. May 2017  May 2018, 201718
 Lab Manual Editor, Updating the 105L/106L manual to use online tools, MayAugust 2017
 Other
 Participant, Graduate Calculus Curriculum Review Commitee, 2007  2009
 Professional Affiliations
American Mathematical Society
Publications
Papers Published
 Rann BarOn, Jack Bookman, Benjamin Cooke, Donna Hall, Sarah Schott, (Re)discovering SoTL Through a Fundamental Challenge: Helping Students Transition to College Calculus,
in Doing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Mathematics, MAA Notes, edited by Jacqueline M. Dewar and Curtis D. Bennett, vol. 83
(2014),
pp. 5966, The Mathematical Association of America, ISBN 9780883851937
 BarOn, R; Bookman, J; Cooke, B; Hall, D; Schott, S, BRINGING STUDENTS INTO THE PELOTON: LEVELING THE PLAYING FIELD AT HIGHLY SELECTIVE UNIVERSITIES, edited by Chova, LG; Torres, IC; Martinez, AL,
Edulearn12: 4th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies
(January, 2012),
pp. 12601270, IATEDINT ASSOC TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION A& DEVELOPMENT
Other
 R. BarOn, 105L106L Coursepack, Fall 2014 and Spring 2015
(August, 2014)
 Rann BarOn, Paul Bendich, Benjamin Cooke, Michael Gratton, Timothy Lucas, Michael Nicholas, Nicholas Robbins, Abraham Smith, Joseph Spivey, Graduate Calculus Curriculum Review
(March, 2007) [pdf]
Last modified: 2021/12/03 

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