Clark Bray, Associate Professor of the Practice and Supervisor of FirstYear Instruction (SFI)
I am interested in: 1. the execution and continual refinement of my teaching methods, in terms of both the mathematical choices and the style of presentation; 2. the continual evaluation of course content and materials with an eye for the intellectual objectives of the Department of Mathematics, the everchanging demands to be faced by the students after completion of the course, and the overall satisfaction of the students; 3. the execution and continual refinement of the administration of the undergraduate pro gram of the Department of Mathematics, appropriate to my position as the Supervisor of FirstYear Instruction.  Contact Info:
 Students can find my class webpages at: http://math.duke.edu/~cbray/
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Teaching (Fall 2018):
 MATH 212.07, MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS
Synopsis
 Physics 047, MWF 10:20 AM11:10 AM
 MATH 216.01, LINEAR ALGEBRA & DIFF EQUATION
Synopsis
 Physics 128, MWF 01:40 PM02:30 PM
 MATH 712.07, MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS
Synopsis
 Physics 047, MWF 10:20 AM11:10 AM
 MATH 716.01, LINEAR ALGEBRA & DIFF EQUATION
Synopsis
 Physics 128, MWF 01:40 PM02:30 PM
 Office Hours:
 My office hours are listed on my current class webpages, which can be found at http://math.duke.edu/~cbray/.
 Education:
Ph.D.  Stanford University  1999 
B.A.  Rice University  1993 
 Specialties:

Topology
 Research Interests: Algebraic Topology
 Keywords:
Mathematics education
 Curriculum Vitae
 Recent Publications
 C.B. Bray, Multivariable Calculus
(2009),
pp. 468, CreateSpace, Inc., www.createspace.com (Book Webpage.) [abs] [author's comments]
