Michael Boardman

Professor, Mathematics

503-352-1496

boardman@pacificu.edu

UC Box: A121

Office: Price Hall 209

http://www.math.pacificu.edu/~boardman/

Education

PhD Mathematics, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, 1992.

MS, Mathematics, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA, 1987.

BS, Mathematics, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA, 1985.

Recent Senior Projects Supervised

Jennifer Gadd: Mathematics and Electrochemistry

Kalei Titcomb: Periodicity in Dynamical Systems

Matthew Rose: Wavelets and Filters

Dale Blem: Logarithmic Differentiation and Higher Order Newton's Method

Alexis Sakaida-Diaz: An Examiniation of the Effect of Standards Based Curriculum on AP-Calculus Test Scores

Travis White: The Mathematics of Juggling

Qianru Wang: Dellanoy Numbers is Dimension higher than 2


Recent Professional and Professional Service Activity AP-Calculus College Board Endorsed Workshop Consultant, January 2012 - Present
Chief Reader, July 2007-July 2011
Chief Reader Designate, July 2006-June 2007
Exam Leader, Question Leader, Table Leader, Reader, June 1994-June 2006
Moderator, AP-Calculus Electronic Discussion Group, 1996-2006.

Oregon Mathematics Education Council President 2006-2007
Webmaster 2001-Present
Member 1996-Present
Principal Investigator and/or Participant on various grants regarding in-service teacher professional development.
Book Reviews
Referee

MAA Member Committee for the Undergraduate Program in Mathematics
Member Mutual Concerns of the MAA and College Board
Member Mutual Concerns of the MAA and NCTM
Liaison Coordinator for the Pacific Northwest Section of MAA.
I have served as Chair and as Newsletter Editor of the PNW-MAA.

In Progress A Novel Computational Method for Dellanoy Numbers in Higher Dimensions College Calculus, a text for students with the AB AP-Calculus background


Course Information

At Pacific University, all faculty teach a variety of different courses. Typically, we do not use graduate teaching assistants, which means that your classes will be taught by professors and that you will have plenty of opportunites to get to know the faculty in your discipline.

Below I have listed some of the courses that I teach. We are always developing and trying out new classes, so the list may change now and then. You can use the links to the left to read descriptions of the courses listed below.

Math 165
Math 207
Math 221
Math 223
Math 226
Math 227
Math 228
Math 240
Math 301
Math 206
Math 311
Math 321
Math 326
Math 400
Math 402
Math 405
Math 411
Math 412