Professor G. E. Keough
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Richard A. Henson School of Science and Technology
Salisbury University, Salisbury, MD  21801


This page last updated on Saturday, November 22, 2014

About Me

I joined the faculty of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Salisbury in August, 2008. For 30 years prior to that, I was a member of the faculty at Boston College in the Department of Mathematics, serving two terms as its Chair (2001 to 2007) prior to my leaving BC.

I've previously taught both mathematics and computer science courses ranging in level from freshman through senior, and through second-year, graduate level on the mathematics side. My time at Salisbury has been focused on freshman and sophomore courses, almost exclusively on the mathematics side, although that range is constantly expanding due to increasing enrollment trends at Salisbury in both mathematics and computer science.

Until several years ago, I was active with several co-authors on publications involving the use of Maple and Mathematica (John Wiley & Sons), plus advanced texts titled An Introduction to Analysis (Jones & Bartlett) and An Introduction to Linear Programming and Game Theory (John Wiley & Sons). You can find out more on my publications page.

I've also worked outside academia, including several (albeit dated) consulting stretches with the MITRE Corporation as a Lead Scientist. A (reasonably) current CV contains more detail on all of this.

My Schedule for Fall Semester 2014

Here's where/when you can find me in the Fall semester:

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Friday
10:00 10:45 Office
Availability
Office
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Office
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11:00 11:50 MATH 201-503
Henson 107
MATH 201-503
Henson 107
MATH 201-503
Henson 107
MATH 201-503
Henson 107
12:00 12:45 Office
Availability
Office
Availability
Office
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Office
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1:00 1:50

MATH 310-002
Henson 109

MATH 310-002
Henson 109

MATH 310-002
Henson 109

MATH 310-002
Henson 109

2:00 2:50 MATH 201-504
Henson 115
MATH 201-504
Henson 109
MATH 201-504
Henson 115
MATH 201-504
Henson 115
3:00 3:45 Office
Availability
Office
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Office
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I am available by appointment at other times
Note that I am not on campus on Thursday

About the Courses I Am Teaching in Fall Semester 2014

I will be teaching two sections of MATH 201 (Calculus I for Math and Science majors) and one section of MATH 310 (Calculus III for Math and Science majors).

I've taught MATH 201 several times at Salisbury, and you can see a preliminary copy of the syllabus as of today (there's still some work to do on this, however). You can also see the generic Salisbury University Syllabus for the course.

I have not taught MATH 310 at Salisbury, but did so several times in my previous academic life, including two semesters in which I and coauthor C-K Cheung used a text we had developed for publication by John Wiley and Sons as the primary text for the course. You can see a preliminary copy of the syllabus as of today (there's still some work to do on this, however) as well as the generic Salisbury University Syllabus for the course.

My (almost certain) Schedule for Spring Semester 2015

Here's what I expect to be doing -- barring last minutes changes during the winter break -- and where/when you can find me in the Spring semester:

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Friday
9:15 9:45 Office
Availability
Office
Availability
Office
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Office
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10:00 10:50 MATH 306-003
Devilbiss 112
MATH 306-003
Devilbiss 112
MATH 306-003
Devilbiss 112
MATH 306-003
Devilbiss 112
11:00 11:50

MATH 201-502
Devilbiss 112

MATH 201-502
Devilbiss 112

MATH 201-502
Devilbiss 112

MATH 201-502
Devilbiss 112

12:00 12:45 Office
Availability
Office
Availability
Office
Availability
Office
Availability
1:00 1:50 MATH 201-504
Henson 109
MATH 201-504
Henson 109
MATH 201-504
Henson 109
MATH 201-504
Henson 109
2:00 3:00 Office
Availability
Office
Availability
Office
Availability
Office
Availability
3:00 3:30 Office
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You can find more information about these courses from the generic Salisbury syllabus documents for both MATH 201 and MATH 306.

Courses I have Taught Previously at Salisbury

I maintain a record of all courses previously taught at Salisbury, in part to remind myself what I've really been doing, but also in case you're in need of, or just curious about, the syllabus posted in a previous semester. You can look at the record for

Henson Science Hall Room 132F
410.543.6467 (my recommendation: use Email!)
gekeough@salisbury.edu
http://faculty.salisbury.edu/~gekeough