Ryan Julian

Graduate Student
518 Van Vleck Hall
University of Wisconsin-Madison
mrjulian@math.wisc.edu

About Me

I am a graduate student at UW-Madison working in applied algebra and coding theory. My advisor is Nigel Boston. I received my BS in Mathematics from UChicago, where I worked and taught for several years with the pirate Paul Sally.

Current Teaching

 Summer 2016:  Math 132 - Problem Solving in Algebra, Probability and Statistics

Past Teaching

 Fall 2012:  Math 221 - Calculus and Analytic Geometry
 Spring 2013:  Math 130 - Mathematics for Teaching: Numbers and Operations
 Summer 2013:  Math 131 - Mathematics for Teaching: Geometry and Measurement
 Fall 2013:  Math 131 - Mathematics for Teaching: Geometry and Measurement
 Spring 2014:  Math 130 - Mathematics for Teaching: Numbers and Operations
 Summer 2014:  Math 132 - Problem Solving in Algebra, Probability and Statistics
 Fall 2014:  Math 171: Calculus with Algebra and Trigonometry I and Math 136: Pre-calculus and Calculus for Middle School Teachers
 Spring 2015:  Math 138: Mathematics for Teaching: Conjecture, Generalization, and Proof
 Summer 2015:  Math 132: Problem Solving in Algebra, Probability and Statistics
 Fall 2015:  Math 234: Calculus - Functions of Several Variables
 Spring 2016:  Math 130 - Mathematics for Teaching: Numbers and Operations