Bressoud website 
David Marius BressoudDeWitt Wallace Professor of Mathematics Former President, Mathematical Association of America ``If it be then your Pleasure, ye Lovers of Study ... Launchings
A monthly column of reflections on issues of undergraduate mathematics
education. Click HERE for a .docx file of links to all past columns. Characteristics of Successful Programs in College Calculus A fiveyear NSFsponsored study of mainstream Calculus I. My research interests lie in number theory and combinatorics, and especially partition theory (how many ways can you express an integer as the sum of positive integers?) with occasional forays into analysis (special functions, modular forms) and algebra (especially the theory of representations of the symmetric group). I am particularly interested in the mathematics of Srinivasa Ramanujan. My doctoral thesis proved and extended a number of his identities. I enjoy the history of mathematics and have drawn on it in my books:
I also have a series of lectures that provide an introduction to the history of mathematics, starting with ancient Babylonian and Egyptian mathematics and continuing through the solution of the Poincaré Conjecture: Queen of the Sciences: A History of Mathematics. These are 24 halfhour lectures available from Great Courses.

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