Teaching(RJ Wood)

Like most mathematicians, I don't really own any classes. Like most of my colleagues in the Mathematics Division, I usually teach some advanced classes and some introductory classes. At the graduate and senior undergraduate level my teaching tends to be closer to my research interests so that I often teach Category Theory and Lattice Theory. In particular, I am now interested in developing these classes so as to make them useful for and accessible to Computer Science students --- as well as Mathematics students. I have also taught Algebra and Measure Theory at this level and particularly enjoy the latter. My undergraduate teaching has included Logic, General (modern) Algebra, Linear Algebra, Set Theory, Combinatorics, Database Theory, Computer Programming, Linear Programming, Analysis, and all levels of Calculus. For a number of years my introductory classes have been those in Linear Programming and Calculus aimed at business students.