Douglas Dailey | Christendom College

Academics

Douglas Dailey

Assistant Professor
Mathematics

Where were you educated?
B.A. Mathematics, University of South Dakota
M.S. Mathematics, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Ph.D. Mathematics, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

What classes do you teach?
Introduction to Mathematical Thought, Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus III, Linear Algebra, Abstract Algebra

Do you have any hobbies?
Reading, cooking, singing

What do you like most about Christendom?
I enjoy the personal relationships with fellow faculty members and the students.

What are your areas of expertise and/or research?
Commutative Algebra, Mathematics Education, and the Philosophy of Mathematics

Where have you been published?
D. Dailey, T. Marley, “A change of rings result for Matlis reflexivity.” Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society. 145, 
5. pp. 1837-1841.

N. Wakefield, J. Champion, J. Bolkema, D. Dailey, “Diagnostic and Achievement Effects of an Early- semester Mastery Activity in College Algebra.” International Journal of Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education. To appear.

What kind of professional activities and associations are you active in?
I am a member of the Mathematical Association of America and a Project NExT member.

Contact Information
Email: douglas.dailey@christendom.edu.