EXPOSITORY TALKS

Mathematical Modeling in Population Dynamics.
(Given at Sweet Briar College and University of Richmond, November, 2008)

Population Growth in a Structured Population.
(Given at Benedictine College, College of DuPage, and Marymount University, November, 2008)

The Past, Present, and Future of Endangered Whale Populations: An Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Ecology.
(Given at North Carolina A&T University, Davidson College, and Benedictine College, October/Novermber, 2008)

A Mathematical Model for a SelfLimiting Population.
(Given at the Joint Math Meetings, January, 2005)

A Simple Introduction to Integral Equations.
(Given at Mathematics on the Northern Plains, Dordt College, April, 2004)

A Math Problem for a Mission to Mars.
(Given at Mathematics on the Northern Plains, Dordt College, April, 2004)
PEDAGOGICAL TALKS

Using Virtual Laboratories to Teach Mathematical Modeling.
(Given at the SMB Annual Meeting, July, 2012)
(The talk also used demonstrations of my BUGBOX virtual laboratory software.)

Designing Math Courses: Pedagogical Issues.
(Given at the Joint Math Meetings, January, 2009)

A Terminal PostCalculusI Mathematics Course for Biology Students.
(Given at the Society for Mathematical Biology annual meeting, Toronto, August, 2008)

Teaching Biology in Mathematics Classes.
(Given at the NebraskaSouth Dakota MAA Sectional meeting, Wayne State College, April, 2008)

After Calculus I: A Course in Probability and Dynamical Systems for Biology and PreMedicine Majors.
(Given at the Joint Math Meetings, January, 2008)

An "Experimental" Course in Mathematical Ecology.
(Given at the Joint Math Meetings, January, 2007)

Mathematical Modeling in Biology.
(Given at the Math Biology workshop, U.S. Military Academy, April, 2006)

brief notes on undergraduate research.
(Given as a UNL presentation, January, 2006)

Assessment Using Online Management Systems.
(Given at the Joint Math Meetings, January, 2006)

Research for Undergraduates in Theoretical Ecology.
(Given at the Joint Math Meetings, January, 2006)
RESEARCH TALKS