Title: Professor of Mathematics
Office: Science and Technology, ZH 312P
Professional Information: PhD in Mathematical Statistics, University of Alberta, 1981.
MS in Algebra, University of Alberta, 1972
BA in Mathematics, University of Guelph, 1970
Job Responsibilities: Teaching Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, and Computer Science courses.
Org Memberships: I have been the national President of Kappa Mu Epsilon, a mathematics honor society. Presently I am the business manager of KME's magazine. On campus I am the math club/KME faculty sponsor.
Courses Taught: I have taught every math course in Evangel's catalog as well as one computer science course (CPSC 215) and four of the physics courses (PHYS 231, PHYS 232, PHYS 351, and PHYS 245).
Publications: I have several publications in Mathematics and Statistics professional journals.
Started Work: 1972-1975, returned in 1987.
Favorite Thing About Work: My favorite aspect of teaching at Evangel is the classroom interaction with the students and being a role model for them. A close second is the friendships with the other faculty.
Originally From: Sarnia, Ontario, Canada, ON
Personal Information: I have been married to my wife, Carole, for over 35 years. She worked for several years in the Evangel Health Center. We have one daughter, Christie, who graduated from Evangel with a major in Mathematics (naturally). She subsequently completed a masters degree in Mathematics. She has two sons, Daniel and Benjamin, and a daughter, Adeline. My hobbies include racqetball, hiking, flying, camping, sailing and canoeing.