Name: Dr. Doug Grenier
Email: [email protected]
Phone Number: 918-343-7704
Title: Associate Professor
Department: Mathematics & Physical Sciences
Office: Stratton Taylor Library, Room 105
Dr. Doug Grenier is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Physical Sciences at Rogers State University.
University of California
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.
University of Texas, Austin
- Finalist for Outstanding Teacher at Johns Hopkins University, 1991 and 1992
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.