Duane A. Cooper

BS Mathematics (1983) Morehouse College; MS (1983) Electrical Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology

Ph.D. (1993) Mathematics University of California, Berkeley,

thesis:Probably Approximately Correct Learning on the Class of Lipschitz Functions; Advisor Morris HirschAssistant Professor Department of Mathematics Morehouse College

personal or universal URL:

http://facstaff.morehouse.edu/~dcooper

email: dcooper@morehouse.eduDuane Cooper earned his B.S. from Morehouse College (1983 - mathematics), M.S. from Georgia Institute of Technology (1983 - Electrical Engineering), and his Ph.D. in Mathematics from the University of California at Berkeley (1993 -thesis advisor Morris Hirch, area neural nets.). From 1993 until 2002, Dr. Cooper held appointsments in mathematics and education at the University of Maryland-College Park. Currently, Dr. Cooper holds a joint appointment as an Assistant Professor Morehouse Colleage

Selected Publications

- D. Cooper. Spatial Analysis of Cumulative Voting with Modeling for Dynamical System Simulation. Accepted; to appear in
Proceedings of Dynamic Systems and Applications, Volume 4.- D. Cooper (2004). Recommendations for Increasing the Participation and Success of Blacks in Graduate Mathematics Study.
Notices of the American Mathematical Society, 51 (5), pp. 538-543.- D. Cooper (2004). Keeping a Proper Perspective about Your Students. In M. Chappelle, J. Choppin, J. Salls (eds.),
Empowering the Beginning Teacher of Mathematics in High School,p. 12; also in M. Chappelle and T. Pateracki (eds.),Empowering the Beginning Teacher of Mathematics in Middle School,p. 6; also in M. Chappelle, J. Schielack, S. Zagorski (eds.),Empowering the Beginning Teacher of Mathematics in Elementary School,p. 9. Reston, Va.: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.- J. Kahan, D. Cooper, K. Bethea (2003). The Role of Mathematics Teachers' Content Knowledge in Their Teaching: A Framework for Research Applied to a Study of Student Teaching.
Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 6 (3), pp. 223-252.- D. Cooper (2000). Changing the Faces of Mathematics Ph.D.s: What We Are Learning at the University of Maryland. In M. Strutchens, M. Johnson, and W. Tate (eds.),
Changing the Faces of Mathematics: Perspectives on African Americans,pp. 179-192. Reston, Va.: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.- D. Cooper (1999). Navigating the Thorny Path: A Colloquial Definition of Mathematical Literacy. In K. Comfort (ed.),
Advancing Standards for Science and Mathematics Education: Views from the Field.Washington: American Association for the Advancement of Science.- D. Cooper (1997). Mathematics. In New Standards,
Performance Standards, Volume 2: Middle School,pp. 54-88. Washington: National Center on Education and the Economy.- D. Cooper (1996). The Mathematics Major: Gateway to a Variety of Graduate and Professional Opportunities.
Math Horizons,The Mathematical Association of America, pp. 20-24.- D. Cooper (1995). Learning Lipschitz Functions.
International Journal of Computer Mathematics, 59,pp. 15-26.

We have to thank Janis Oldham and the University of California at Berkeley for help with this webpage.

references: Janis Oldham, University of California at Berkeley;

SUMMA Duane Cooper web page http://www.maa.org/summa/archive/COOPERD.HTM

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