Robert J. Wisner

He has authored or co-authored numerous books on, among other things, number theory and probability theory, in addition to a very early computer-oriented calculus book, as well as books for high-school algebra. Also, for some 20 years, he was one of the authors of various K-8 mathematics programs for the Scott, Foresman Publishing Co., and for 24 years was the Consulting Editor in Mathematics for the Brooks/Cole Publishing Co. His second-most-recent book is the Fifth Edition of Mathematics for Liberal Arts (Kendall Hunt, 2006), with Fred Richman, Carol Walker, and James Brewer, and his most recent co-authored book is the electronic textbook Calculus: Understanding Its Concepts and Methods, published by MacKichan Software, Inc.

- In his own words
- I am a recently retired mathematics professor,
having taught for 50
years. I continue to write research papers, expository papers, and
books. I have lived in Las Cruces, NM, since 1963. My wife and I travel
whenever possible, with favorite outings being river trips.

I am a WWII Navy veteran and an active Board Member of the National Association of USS LCS(L) 1-130, and for three years the Editor of the Association's Newsletter.