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Marc A Chamberland
Myra Steele Professor of Mathematics

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Marc Chamberland enjoys teaching a diverse set of courses in the mathematics curriculum. With the support of an NSF grant, he has developed materials to emphasize computer discovery.

Marc has published over forty papers in refereed journals (with twenty co-authors) and regularly speaks at conferences and colloquia. The areas include differential equations, number theory, classical anaylsis, and experimental mathematics. His Erdos number is three.

Marc's measure of a good paper is usually not whether it is "useful," but whether it is "beautiful."

He is currently writing a popular math book and has made mathematical artwork.

Campus Phone: 

(641) 269-4207

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On-Campus Address: 

2522 Science
Grinnell, IA 50112
United States

Education / Degrees: 

B.M., M.M., Ph.D., University of Waterloo

Courses Taught: 

MAT-131: Calculus I
MAT-133: Calculus II
MAT-215: Linear Algebra
MAT-220: Differential Equations
MAT-271: Problem Solving Seminar
MAT-306: Mathematical Modeling
MAT-316: Foundations of Analysis
MAT-338: Complex Analysis
MAT-444: Senior Seminar

Primary Academic Interest: 

Differential Equations
number theory
classical analysis
and experimental mathematics

Curriculum Vitae/Resume: