H. Ananthnarayan

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§  Teaching Experience

  • Research Assistant Professor (Fall 2009 - present): Department of Mathematics, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
    • Currently teaching: Matrix Theory (Applied Linear Algebra)
    • Past Courses: 
      • Math in the City (an interdisciplinary course involving a hands-on learning experience using mathematical modeling to understand real-world problems)
      • Math 918 (Advanced Topics in Commutative Algebra)
      • Math 221 (Differential Equations)
      • Math 208 (Vector Calculus)
      • Math 104 (Calculus - 1).
  • Lecturer (Summer 2009)/Graduate Teaching Asstistant (Fall 2002 - Spring 2008): Department of Mathematics, University of Kansas.
    • Courses taught at the University of Kansas:
      • Coordinated Courses: Math 115 (Applied Calculus - I), Math 122 (Calculus - II for Engineers).
      • Discussion Section: Math 123 (Vector Calculus and Linear Algebra).
      • Independent Section: Math 116 (Applied Calculus - II), Math 223 (Vector Calculus).
  • Other experience:
    • Undergraduate Student Advising: Kamara Wright (2011-12).
    • Have been the instructor for a Reading Course in Topics in Commutative Algebra for 3rd and 4th year PhD students in Spring 2010, Fall 2010 and Summer 2011.
    • Gave a series of talks on Topics in Commutative Algebra: Linkage from September 2008 to March 2009 at KU.
    • Conducted help sessions for a graduate course in Linear Algebra in Fall 2008 at KU.
  • Awards: 
    • Was a finalist for the Florence Black Teaching Award for GTAs in the mathematics department at KU for four consecutive years, 2005-2008.

§ Teaching Statement

You teach best what you most need to learn! --  Illusions