david morawski

Hello. I am a teaching specialist in the School of Mathematics at the University of Minnesota. This semester I am teaching Math 1371.

contact info

email: davidm (at) umn (dot) edu
office: VinH 262
office hours: MW 3:30-4:30pm in VinH 262
TuTh 12:15-2:15pm in VinH 262

undergraduate opportunities / resources

Math Insight: Proof that math can be written in a digestible manner. Topics are organized by threads. Created by Duane Nykamp.
SMART Learning Commons: Free tutoring for UMN students.
Looking for a tutor?: Email ugrad@math.umn.edu for a list of private math tutors.
Budapest Semesters in Mathematics: Like math a lot? Consider this phenomenal study abroad program!
Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU): Spend a summer doing research in science and/or math. It's pretty fun.

for reading

John Carlos Baez's blog: A wonderful blog by a mathematician at UC Riverside.
The Mathematics Autodidact's Aid: By Kris Fowler. "Signposts" through math literature "to give the independent mathematics learner recommendations of reasonable starting points."
On teaching mathematics: V.I. Arnol'd on math education.

for playing

Sage: Free, open-source math software. "Creating a viable free open source alternative to Magma, Maple, Mathematica and Matlab."
Sage Notebook: Use Sage through a web browser.
wind map


The mid-Pleistocene transition as a Hopf bifurcation: Talk given at The Mathematics of Climate seminar (UMN), Spring 2013.
The Symmetry of Wallpaper: Talk given at Math Club (UMN), Spring 2011.
The Game Chromatic Index of Trees: Talk given at 2010 JMM.
Some solutions to various algebra prelim problems
Some solutions to various complex prelim problems

This page was last updated on September 12th, 2014.