- B.S., Electrical Engineering, Southern Methodist University, 1972
- M.S., Electrical Engineering, Southern Methodist University, 1972
- M.A., Mathematics, Harvard University, 1974
- Ph.D., Mathematics, Harvard University, 1977

- Duke University, 1977-84
- Université Paris 7, 1978-79
- National University of Singapore, 1984-87
- Rutgers, 1988-89
- University of South Alabama, 1989-2002
- Centre de Recerca Matemàtica, Bellaterra, Spain, 1996-97
- Macalester College, 2002-present date
- Institute for Mathematics and its Applications, Minneapolis, Sept-Dec 2008
- IMA Interdisciplinary Research for Undergraduates, Minneapolis, Summers 2009, 2010 2012

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*A Combinatorial Problem in the Representation Theory of SL(n)*(with J.Towber), Annals of Combinatorics 4 (2000), 257-268. *Rocket Math*(with S.Wagon and C.Stoll), College Journal of Mathematics 35 (2004), 262-273.*Finding a Hidden Coin*(with S.Wagon), The UMAP Journal 27 (2006), 469-490.*The Planar Rook Algebra and Pascal's Triangle*(with T.Halverson and K.Herbig), l'Enseignement Mathématique (2) 54 (2008), 1-16.

*Introduction to Number Theory*, Wiley, New York, 1988.*Calculus*, (with the Calculus Consortium based at Harvard), Wiley, New York, First ed. 1993, Second ed. 1998, Third ed. 2001, Fourth ed. 2004, Fifth ed. 2008*The classical and quantum 6j-symbols*, (with J.S.Carter and M.Saito), Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1995.*Multivariable Calculus*, (with the Calculus Consortium based at Harvard), Wiley, New York, 1995.*Brief Calculus*, Preliminary Edition, (with the Calculus Consortium based at Harvard), Wiley, New York, 1997.-
*Applied Calculus*, (with the Calculus Consortium based at Harvard), Wiley, New York,First ed. 1999, Second ed. 2002, Third ed. 2005, Fourth ed. 2009. *Conceptests for Calculus*, (with the Calculus Consortium based at Harvard), Wiley, New York, 2002.-
*Functions Modeling Change*, (with the Calculus Consortium based at Harvard), Wiley, New York, Second ed. 2004, Third ed. 2007, Fourth ed. 2010. *Conceptests for Applied Calculus*, (with the Calculus Consortium based at Harvard), Wiley, New York, 2006.

Daniel E. Flath

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

Macalester College

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