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Darin Stephenson's Curriculum Vitae

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Darin Stephenson
Department of Mathematics
Hope College
P.O. Box 9000
Holland, MI 49422-9000

email: stephenson@hope.edu


Education

  • 9/89-8/94: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
    • PhD in Mathematics, August 1994
      Research Area: Noncommutative Ring Theory, Noncommutative Geometry
      Thesis Title: Artin-Schelter Regular Algebras of Global Dimension Three
      Minor Area: Algebraic Topology
      Thesis Advisor: J. T. Stafford

    • MS in Mathematics, August 1990

  • 9/84-5/89: University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
    • BS in Mathematics, August, 1988
      Minor Area: Chemistry

Employment

  • 7/97-present: Hope College, Holland, MI
    • Professor of Mathematics (2009-present)
    • Chair of the Mathematics Department (2004-2010)
    • Associate Professor of Mathematics (2001-2009)
    • Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1997-2000)
  • 7/95-6/97: University of California, San Diego
    • S.E. Warschawski Assistant Professor of Mathematics
  • 8/94-6/95: Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, MI
    • Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics
  • 8/89-5/90, 1/93-5/93: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
    • Teaching Assistant
  • 8/88-5/89: University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
    • Teaching Assistant

Professional Organizations

  • Past Chair of the Executive Committee, Michigan Section of the MAA, 2010-11
  • Chair of the Executive Committee, Michigan Section of the MAA, 2009-10
  • Vice-Chair for 4-Year Colleges, Michigan Section of the MAA, 2008-09
  • Chair of the Program Committee, 2009 Spring Meeting, Michigan Section of the MAA and MichMATYC
  • Member of the AMS, MAA, MAA-Michigan Section, PKAL Faculty 21, Project NExT (Faculty Consultant)

Grants and Awards

  • 5/99-4/02: Principal Investigator on a National Security Agency Young Investigator Grant, MDA 904-00-1-0017.
  • 8/93-5/94: University of Michigan, Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship
  • 8/93: Sloan Foundation Fellowship Nominee
  • 8/90-12/93: University of Michigan, U. S. Department of Education Fellowship
  • 8/84-5/88: University of Kentucky, Presidential Scholarship