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David Hare
Associate Professor
School of Sciences
Walk 3-28
318-342-6910
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David R Hare, PhD
Associate Professor, Mathematics
Mathematics Program Coordinator

Education

Ph D

2004, Statistics
University of South Carolina

MS

2001, Statistics
University of South Carolina

MEd

1999, Mathematics Education
Converse College

MS

1989, Mathematics
Clemson University

BS

1987, Mathematics
University of Texas at Austin

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Biographical Sketch

Teaching interests include Calculus and Statistics.

Research Interests

Research interests include statistics and combinatorics.

Creative Works

Contribution to Department's College Algebra Text and shared editorial duties, College Algebra, Monroe, Louisiana Monroe, Louisiana: Pearson. (January 2008).

Recent Publications

Strunk, B. D., Strunk, C. C., Maroun, M., Kaleem, F., Saydam, A. S., Hare, D., Seeber, S., Carter, A., Smith, E., Picard, A. (2008). College Algebra (pp. 149-226). London: Pearson.

Research Grants

Maroun, M. (Supporting), Dib, Y. (Principal), Hare, D. (Supporting), Bhattacharjee, J. (Supporting), "Biological and Mathematical Control on Water Hyacinth in Northeast Louisiana" (Not Funded), Sponsored By Louisiana Board of Regents, External to The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $10000.00. (October 2008 - January 2009).
Hare, D. (Co-Principal), Sisson, A. (Co-Principal), "Emerging Scholars" (Funded), Sponsored By Emerging Scholars Program, The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $500. (September 2008 - December 2008).

Awards & Honors

August 2003 LAHA Award.

Courses Taught

MATH 0093INTRODUCTORY ALGEBRA, 1 course(s)

MATH 1009APPLIED ALGEBRA COLLEGE STUDEN, 2 course(s)

MATH 1010Col Alg With Review, 2 course(s)

MATH 1011COLLEGE ALGEBRA, 6 course(s)

MATH 1013Elem Functions, 1 course(s)

MATH 1016ELEMENTARY STATISTICS, 27 course(s)

MATH 1031CALCULUS I, 9 course(s)

MATH 3003ELEM MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS, 10 course(s)

MATH 4003MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS, 3 course(s)

MATH 4004MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS, 2 course(s)

MATH 4042MATHEMATICAL MODELS, 1 course(s)

MATH 5020STAT METH FOR THE EXPERIMENTER, 7 course(s)

MATH 5021STAT METH FOR THE EXPERIMENTER, 6 course(s)