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Fall 2019 -- 12 hours

  • MTH 132 Precalculus with Applications
  • MTH 231 Calculus III
  • MTH 335 Differential Equations


Spring 2020 -- 12 hours

  • MTH 122 Plane Trigonometry
  • MTH 229 Calculus I
  • MTH 329 Elementary Linear Algebra


Fall 2019 -- 12 hours

  • MTH 132 Precalculus with Applications
  • MTH 229 Calculus I
  • MTH 335 Differential Equations


Spring 2019 -- 12 hours


Fall 2018 -- 12 hours


Spring 2018 -- 12 hours (three classes back to back)


Fall 2017 -- 9 hours (graduate teaching ends, including topology)


Spring 2017 -- 11 hours


Fall 2016 -- 11 hours (12-hour teaching loads starts)


Spring 2016 -- 9 hours


Fall 2015: Sabbatical


Spring 2015 -- 7 hours


Fall 2014 -- 7 hours


Spring 2014 -- 7 hours


Fall 2013 -- 6 hours (WebWorks starts)


Spring 2013 -- 7 hours


Fall 2012 -- 9 hours


Summer 2012


Spring 2012 -- 8 hours


Fall 2011 -- 9 hours


Spring 2011 -- 6 hours


Fall 2010 -- 8 hours


Fall 2009 - Spring 2010 -- 6 hours (teaching with tablets starts)


Spring 2009 -- 8 hours


Fall 2008: sabbatical


Spring 2008 -- 9 hours


Fall 2007 -- 8 hours


Spring 2007 -- 7 hours


Fall 2006 -- 8 hours


Spring 2006 -- 6 hours


Fall 2005 -- 8 hours


Summer 2005 -- 12 hours


Spring 2005 -- 8 hours


Fall 2004 -- 9 hours


Summer 2004 -- 7 hours


Spring 2004 -- 6 hours


Fall 2003 -- 8 hours


Spring 2003 -- 8 hours


Fall 2002 -- 9 hours (Marshall University starts)


Spring 2002 -- 11 hours


Fall 2001 -- 11 hours


Spring 2001 -- 11 hours


Fall 2000 -- 12 hours (Allegheny College starts)


Spring 2000 -- 9 hours


Fall 1999 -- 9 hours (Wabash College starts)


Fall 1998 -- 3 hours (UIUC)