# Emelie A. Kenney

Professor of Mathematics

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Emelie A. Kenney

Professor of Mathematics

Degree | Program | University |
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Ph.D. | Philosophy (History of Mathematics) | SUNY Buffalo |

M.A. | Mathematics | SUNY Buffalo |

M.A. | Philosophy (History of Mathematics) | Bryn Mawr College |

B.A. | Philosophy | Skidmore College |

Year | Title | University |
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2009 - Now | Professor of Mathematics | Siena College |

1996 - 2002 | Adjunct Associate Professor of Mathematics | Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute |

1994 - 2009 | Associate Professor of Mathematics | Siena College |

1991 - 1992 | Summer Instructor of Mathematics | Union College |

1990 - 1994 | Assistant Professor of Mathematics | Siena College |

1989 - 1990 | Assistant Professor of Mathematics | Wilkes University |

1988 - 1989 | Assistant Professor of Mathematics | Wilkes College |

1985 - 1988 | Instructor, Mathematics | Wilkes College |

1981 - 1985 | Lecturer, Mathematics | SUNY Buffalo |

1979 - 1979 | Summer Instructor of Logic | Skidmore College |

1979 - 1981 | Teaching Assistant, Mathematics | SUNY Buffalo |

1977 - 1978 | Head Resident | Harcum Junior College |

1977 - 1979 | Substitute Teacher and Tutor of Mathematics | Baldwin School |

1975 - 1977 | Dean of Girls | Buxton School |

1974 - 1977 | Teacher of Mathematics | Buxton School |

1973 - 1974 | Teaching assistant of logic | Arizona State University |

- Differential Equations and the AIDS Epidemic: A Lecture for Calculus II Students

PRIMUS: Problems, Resources, and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies

1992 - Imaginary Quantities' and Their Role in the Rise of Abstract Algebra in England

Proceedings of the Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Mathematics

1991 - On the Possibility of Revolutions in Mathematics

Philosophia Mathematica

1990 - Cardano: 'Arithmetic Subtlety' and Impossible Solutions

Philosophia Mathematica

1989

- Priming the Calculus Pump: Innovations and Resources

1990 - Using Writing to Teach Mathematics

1990

- Countdown to Salt Lake City: On Scoring in Figure Skating Competitions

2001

Hudson River Undergraduate Mathematics Conference, Saratoga Springs, New York - What do mathematicians do when they do mathematics?

2001

Hudson River Undergraduate Mathematics Conference, Saratoga Springs, New York - Perfectly happy or abundantly miserable?

2000

Hudson River Undergraduate Mathematics Conference, Poughkeepsie, New York - Questions in Graph Theory, Combinatorics, and Number Theory: Liberal Arts Students Experience the Doing of Real Mathematics

1997

Mathfest, Atlanta, Georgia - Undergraduate Mathematics Research: A Budget of Resources

1997

Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Diego, California - Mathematics of AIDS

1996

Meeting of the Association of Mathematics Teachers of New York State (AMTNYS), Kiamesha, New York - Modeling aspects of AIDS with artificial neural networks

1996

Joint Mathematics Meetings, Orlando, Florida - We Reform with a Little Help From Our Friends: Erdos, Goldbach, and Pasca

1996

Joint Mathematics Meetings, Orlando, Florida - Classifying and staging HIV status using neural networks.

1995

MAA Seaway Section Meeting, Saratoga Springs, New York - Enticing Nonmajors with Cake-Cutting, Counting, and Circuits

1995

Mathfest, Burlington, Vermont - Open questions and unusual closed questions: ways to involve students in the doing of mathematics

1995

MAA Seaway Section Meeting, Saratoga Springs, New York - Staging the Progress of AIDS Using an Artificial Neural Network

1995

Mathfest, Burlington, Vermont - The Hudson River Undergraduate Mathematics Conference

1995

The National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR), Schenectady, New York - AIDS Case Projection and Stirling Numbers of the Second Kind: Two Projects for Linear Algebra Students

1994

Joint Mathematics Meetings, Cincinnati, Ohio - The Koch Snowflake and Generalizations: A Project for First-Year Calculus Students

1994

Joint Mathematics Meetings, Cincinnati, Ohio - The Mathematics of AIDS

1994

Association of Mathematics Teachers of New York State (AMTNYS) Summer Workshops., Loudonville, New York - AIDS Case Projection for Undergraduate Statistics Students.

1993

Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Antonio, Texas - What Can Mathematics Education for Indigenous Peoples Teach Us? A Report from ICME-7

1993

Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Antonio, Texas - Flexible Format and Content Plans for Finite Mathematics

1992

Joint Mathematics Meetings, Baltimore, Maryland - Teaching Mathematics as a Subversive Activity

1991

Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Francisco, California - A Writing Intensive Course in Discrete Mathematics

1990

Joint Mathematics Meetings, Louisville, Kentucky - An Accessible Combinatorics Module for Liberal Arts Students

1990

Summer Joint Mathematics Meetings, Columbus, Ohio - A Place for Writing in a Revised Calculus Curriculum

1989

Summer Joint Mathematics Meetings, Boulder, Colorado - A Reply to Mathematics Colleagues on Writing Across The Curriculum

1989

Joint Mathematics Meetings, Phoenix, Arizona - Using Writing in the Mathematics Curriculum: Some Starting Points and Fine Points

1989

Meeting of the New Jersey Section of the Mathematical Association of America, Jersey City, New Jersey - Using the History of Mathematics To Generate Interest in Forging Its Future

1989

Joint Mathematics Meetings, Phoenix, Arizona