BS University of South Dakota
MS University of Idaho
Howdy! I am an avid river runner who happens to teach math. I have a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from University of South Dakota and Master of Science in Mathematics from the
University of Idaho. While at the University of Idaho I worked as a river guide on the Salmon River. In fall of '95 I became a member of the math faculty at WWCC. During my years at WWCC,
I have served eight years as a division chair, one term as president of WYMATYC plus I am an adjunct instructor for the WWCC Outdoor Leadership Program, I have taught whitewater rafting,
backpacking and snowshoeing.
I hold an M.A. in Applied Mathematics and a B.A. in Physics (Astro) and Mathematics from the University of Montana. During my years as a teacher's assistant and instructor I discovered my
passion for teaching physics and mathematics.
While at WWCC I will be actively involved in the instruction of both mathematics and physics courses. I also plan to either continue my "Ice Flow" research or begin new research that
will exploit my background in simulation and modeling.
When I'm not studying, talking, or teaching, I enjoy riding my mountain bike, hiking/backpacking, playing semi-classical guitar, travel, and spending time with my family. I am also a
coffee, beer, and jazz/rock/folk/pop music enthusiast.