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Vita

Darel W. Hardy

Lectures

  1. Matrix number theory, Conference on Pure and Applied Mathematics, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, 1967

  2. Matrix number theory and Fibonacci numbers, Southwest Section Meeting of MAA, University of Arizona, 1967

  3. An old familiar formula in a semigroup setting, National Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Toronto, 1967

  4. An old familiar formula in a semigroup setting, CSU colloquium, 1967

  5. How many primes are there? CSU Math Club, 1968

  6. How many primes are there? Sterling High School, 1969

  7. Infinite cardinal arithmetic, Denver East High School, 1969

  8. An embedding theorem for weakly inverse semigroups, AMS national meeting, San Antonio, 1970

  9. Egg boxes and Green's theorem, CSU colloquium, 1970

  10. Infinite cardinal arithmetic, Thomas Jefferson High School, 1971

  11. Matrix number theory, Fairview High School, Boulder, 1971

  12. Constructive mathematics, CSU colloquium, 1973

  13. Matrices and Fibonacci numbers, Rocky Mountain High School, 1974

  14. Semilattices of proper inverse semigroups, AMS national meeting, San Antonio, 1976

  15. What to do if close is good enough, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, El Paso, 1976

  16. Some forgotten topics in analytic geometry, Mathematical Association of America, Denver, 1976

  17. How do mathematicians make up problems? CSU KME, 1977

  18. The Biordered set of idempotents of a regular semigroup, CSU colloquium, 1978

  19. The semigroup of closed relations, University of Nebraska, 1979

  20. The maximal regular ideal of the semigroup of binary relations, CSU 1979

  21. Automorphisms of the semigroup of binary relations, University of Nebraska, 1979

  22. Partial orders and their semigroup of binary relations, AMS, Boulder, 1980

  23. The domain-range trace of a finite partial order, AMS, Boulder, 1980

  24. Varsity mathematics: A competitive sport for the gifted and talented, NCTM, El Paso, 1981

  25. Geometric Solids, KME, CSU, 1981

  26. Intersection of the maximal regular subsemigroups of the semigroup of binary relations, University of Arkansas, 1982

  27. Subsemigroup of binary relations determined by two idempotents, invited paper, special session on semigroups, AMS section meeting, Norman, 1983

  28. Implications of μ -Math on the Mathematics Curriculum, panel chair, MAA Regional meeting, Fort Collins, 1983

  29. A search for large primes, KME CSU, 1986

  30. Best rational approximations, Poudre School District Math Teachers, 1986

  31. The geometry of the semigroup of binary relations, NMSU, 1988

  32. The geometry of the semigroup of binary relations, Vienna, Austria, 1988

  33. Computer algebra systems, CSU Math Day, 1988

  34. The geometry of the semigroup of binary relations, University of Nebraska, 1989

  35. The Western Mathematics Scholars Program, CSU Math Day, 1989

  36. Scientific Visualization, MESA, Boltz Junior High, 1989

  37. Scientific Visualization, Rocky Mountain Association of Computing in Education, keynote speaker, Denver 1990

  38. Scientific Visualization, CSU Math Day, 1990

  39. Scientific Visualization: A tool for teaching mathematics, Technology in Education Conference, Snowmass, 1991

  40. Arithmetic in the semigroup of binary relations, New Mexico State University, 1992

  41. Maple Labs and Calculus at Colorado State University, International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, Chicago, 1992

  42. Using Maple in Undergraduate Mathematics, Mathematics Department, University of Washington, 1993

  43. Using Maple in Algebra and Calculus, CCTM Mini Conference, La Junta, 1993

  44. Using Maple in Algebra and Calculus, CCTM Mini Conference, Montrose, 1993

  45. College algebra in context, MAA Rocky Mountain Region, Pueblo, 1995

  46. College algebra in context, AMATYC Conference, Breckenridge, 1995

  47. Stimulating simulations using technology and toys, NCTM, San Diego, 1996

  48. Teaching calculus using Scientific WorkPlace, MAA Rocky Mountain Region, Grand Junction, 1996

  49. Using Scientific WorkPlace to teach algebra and calculus, CCTM, Denver, 1996

  50. Using Scientific WorkPlace to teach mathematics, ICTCM, Reno, 1996

  51. Self placement in college mathematics, CCTM, Denver, 1997

  52. Self placement in college mathematics, Mathematics and Science Contest, Northeast Junior College, 1998

  53. College algebra reform: Documenting student attitudes and performance, MAA Rocky Mountain Region, Alamosa, 1999

  54. Using technology to teach the mathematics of web security and data integrity, International Conference of Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, Baltimore, 2001

  55. Animations the help students construct knowledge in mathematics, ATCM, Bangkok, 2008

  56. Some average calculus problems, MAA Rocky Mountain Section, Fort Collins, 2010

  57. Some average calculus problems, MAA Arizona Section, Phoenix, 2010





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