Andre Yandl

Professor of Mathematics 

Andre in Office

Educational Background

 Professional Experience

Professional Publications


Other Recent Scholarly Activities

Gave talks at two of the Spring Community Colleges Mathematics meetings

Gave a talk at the Joint  Annual  Meetings of the MAA and AMS

Recipient of two Summer Faculty Fellowships (1985 and l989)

Recipient of two Sabbatical leaves (Fall 1986 and Spring 1996)

Attended two workshops on Calculus Reform

Attended several meetings of the Pacific Northwest Section of the MAA

Attended every Spring Community Colleges Mathematics meetings in the past seven years

Areas of Particular Teaching Interest

Calculus, Linear Algebra, Topology, Complex Variables, Real Analysis


Elected to the University of Washington Chapter of the Society of Sigma Xi (1956)

Recipient of a National Science Foundation Faculty Fellowship (1963)

Listed as an Outstanding Educator in America (1972)

Recipient of the first Associated Students of Seattle University Outstanding Teacher Award (1981)

One of thirteen faculty members honored by Seattle University for Excellence in Teaching (1982)

Recipient of the first Pacific Northwest Section of the MAA Award for Distinguished College and University Teaching of Mathematics (1992)

Elected to Alpha Sigma Nu, National Jesuit Honor Society (1997)

Professional Service

Chair of the Pacific Northwest Section of the MAA

Co-chaired the Summer meetings of the Pacific Northwest Section of the MAA

Seattle University Faculty Athletic Representative

Faculty Advisor of the Math Club

Areas of Personal Interest 

           Sports, Table Tennis, Racquetball, Fishing, French Language

Contact Information 

This page last updated on May 5, 2015.



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