Janet E. Mills


Professor and Chair of Mathematics 

 
Cat Conquers Calculus

(Willy Mills, who had not been touched by humans or mathematics before the age of four months, had conquered calculus by the age of two.)
 

Educational Background


 Professional Experience


 Professional Publications


Other Scholarly Activities and Awards


Summer Faculty Fellowships at James Madison University  (1976 and 1982), at Seattle University  (1987, 1990, and 1999)

Seattle University Research Sabbatical (1993-94)

Biography included in American Men and Women in Science and in the World's Who's Who of Women
 

Areas of Particular Teaching Interest


Abstract Algebra, Introduction to Advanced Mathematics, Linear Algebra, Calculus
 

Professional Service 


For twenty eight years I served as a reviewer for Mathematical Reviews and have also referreed articles that had been submitted for publication in Pacific Journal of Mathematics, Semigroup Forum, and Mathematica in Education.  I have also served as a reviewer for several textbooks and served on a panel to review grant proposals in calculus for the National Science Foundation and two panels to select the recipients of the NSF Graduate Fellowships.
 
I am a member of the Mathematical Association of America and the Association for Women in Mathematics.

 

Contact Information 



This page last updated on December 31, 2008.

 
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