Department of Mathematics & Physical Sciences

Dr. Douglas Grenier

Associate Professor
Stratton Taylor Library, Room 105



University of California

University of California

University of California

Professional Experience

1999-Present, Associate Professor
Rogers State University, Claremore, OK

  • Organize local Mathematics Awareness Month activities. Reform of the mathematics curriculum has been a key effort. Developed new courses in Linear Algebra, Discrete Mathematics, and Math For Critical Thinking, including the online version of the latter. Completely revamped the Math Structures sequence.

1997-1999, Head of Mathematics and Computer Science
1992-1999, Assistant Professor
University of Texas of the Permian Basin

  • Led the implementation of curricular reforms for the Mathematics program. Made revisions in the Computer Science program. Developed two new courses: Complex Analysis and Cryptography. Organized local Mathematics Awareness Week activities.

1995, Visiting Assistant Professor
Arizona State University

1994, Visiting Research Associate
University of Colorado

  • Duties included collaborating on mathematical research with members of their faculty, and giving several lectures in the Number Theory Seminar.

1989-1992, Assistant Professor
Johns Hopkins University

  • Started the Emerging Scholars Program to increase participation and performance in math courses of minority students and others, who have historically been underrepresented among science majors.

1986-1989, Instructor
University of Texas, Austin


  • Finalist for Outstanding Teacher at Johns Hopkins University, 1991 and 1992

Research Presentations

  • Multiplicity One, the Search for the Grail at 19th Annual Automorphic Forms Workshop, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, March 2005.
  • 20 Years of Automorphic Forms at 20th Annual Automorphic Forms Workshop, University of  Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, March 2006.
  • Euler is Everywhere at MAA Oklahoma-Arkansas Sectional Meeting, Northeastern State University, Tahlequah, Oklahoma, March 2007.