Michael Gilbert

Lecturer, Mathematics

I graduated from Colorado State University - Pueblo in 2007 with Bachelor's degrees in mathematics and physics. From there, I came to the University of Arizona to pursue a PhD in mathematics. During my time as a graduate student, in addition to pure mathematics, I studied theoretical physics, and I taught numerous undergraduate math courses. I became very interested in math education and decided to pursue a career in math education.  In 2013, I finished my PhD at the University of Arizona, and in the Fall of 2014 I was hired on at the U of A as a mathematics instructor. I held that position until 2019 when I took on the position of Lecturer of Mathematics. 

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Prerequisite Courses

Vector Calculus, Linear Algebra, Probability

Majors Considered

Mathematics, possibly physics

Types of Opportunities

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Start Date

January 2017

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