## Professional Summary

## Education

M. A. : University of Akron Akron, OH., 1971 (Mathematics)

## Research and Practice Interests

Pedagogy

## Positions and Work Experience

09-01-1986 -09-01-2011 Associate Professor of Mathematics, Faculty Member of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and Computing Technology ('86-2009); Faculty member of the Department of Mathematical Sciences, Collegeof Arts and Sciences, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Oh

09-01-1979 -09-01-1986 Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Faculty member of the Mathematics/Physics Department of the Ohio College of Applied Science, University of Cincinnati, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Oh

09-01-1974 -09-01-1979 Instructor of Mathematics, Faculty member of the Mathematics/Physics Department of the Ohio College of Applied Science, University of Cincinnati., University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Oh

06-01-1974 -09-01-1974 Industrial Engineer, Performed the duties of an industrial engineer for Firestone Steel Products, Firestone Tire and Rubber Co., Akron, Oh

06-01-1973 -06-01-1974 Industrial Engineer, Performed the duties of an industrial engineer in a boat control factory, Morse Controls Division - Rockwell International, Hudson, Oh

05-01-1971 -09-01-1972 Industrial Engineer, Performed the duties of an industrial engineer in a tire plant, Seiberling Tire and Rubber Company, Barberton, Oh

07-01-1970 -05-01-1971 Quality Assurance Engineer, Supervised 14 inspectors on two load lines., Ravenna Army Ammunition Plant, Ravenna, OH

09-01-1969 -Bad Format: 19700631 Mathematics Teacher, Taught three 9th grade algebra classes and three general mathematics classes, Bolich Jr. High, Cuyahoga Falls, OH

## Abbreviated Publications

### In Press

The Point on an Ellipse closest to a focus: Article published in the MATYC Journal, Vol 13, No. 3.

## Presentations

### Lecture

George Marketos
(04-01-1978. )
*Principal Speaker at Fall Meeting OHIOMATYC *.Zanesville, OH.

George Marketos
(04-01-1998. )
*A Case for Textbook Technology *.Chicago, IL.
Level:National

### Paper Presentations

George Marketos
(10-01-1978. )
*Frets on a Guitar *.Zanesville, OH. Professional Meeting.
Level:State

George Marketos
(10-01-1997. )
*Technology in Textbooks *.Chicago, IL. Professional Meeting.
Level:National

## Honors and Awards

09-01-1998 -06-01-1999 OCAS Teacher of the Year Status:Nomination Level:College Type:Recognition

09-01-1986 -06-01-1987 A. B. Cohen Award Given for excellence in teaching Status:Nomination Level:University Type:Recognition

09-01-1987 -06-01-1988 UCCAS Faculty Member of the Year Gamma Alpha Chapter of Tau Alpha Pi Honor Society's gives a college award annually Status:Recipient Level:College Type:Recognition

## Service

Dept. of Math. Sci. (Calculus Zero Coordinator ) Committee Chair Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 09-01-2010 -12-01-2011

Dept. of Math. Sci. (Departmental Workload Committee ) Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 04-01-2010 -06-01-2010

College of Applied Science (Faculty Affairs Committee ) Committee Chair Type:University/College Service Level:College 09-01-2008 -06-01-2010

Dept. of Math, Physics and Comp. Tech (Departmental RPT Review Committee ) Committee Chair Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 09-01-2008 -06-01-2009

Dept. of Math, Physics and Comp. Tech (Departmental RPT Committee ) Committee Chair Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 09-01-2006 -06-01-2008

College of Applied Science (College RPT Committee ) Committee Chair Type:University/College Service Level:College 09-01-2002 -06-01-2004

University of Cincinnati (University Mathematics Committee ) Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-1995 -06-01-2000

CAS Student Tribunal (Student Tribunal Advisor ) Committee Chair Type:Other Educational Service Level:College 09-01-1989 -06-01-2000

Dept. of Math, Physics and Comp. Tech (Faculty Advisor to T.A.P. ) Committee Chair Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 09-01-1991 -06-01-1996

College of Applied Science (International Task Force Committee ) Member Type:University/College Service Level:College 09-01-1994 -06-01-1995

Dept. of Math, Physics and Comp. Tech (Textbook Search Committee ) Member Type:Development Service Level:Department 09-01-1993 -06-01-1994

College of Applied Science (Academic Affairs Committee ) Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:College 09-01-1991 -06-01-1993

Dept. of Math, Physics and Comp. Tech (Departmental Search Committee ) Elected Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 09-01-1992 -12-01-1992

College of Applied Science (Associate Dean Search Committee ) Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:College 09-01-1991 -12-01-1991

College of Applied Science (Faculty Affairs Committee ) Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:College 09-01-1978 -06-01-1991

Dept. of Math, Physics and Comp. Tech (Department Head Search Committee ) Elected Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 09-01-1990 -12-01-1990

College of Applied Science (Mathematics Competition Exam ) Committee Chair Type:University/College Service Level:College 09-01-1975 -06-01-1990

College of Applied Science (RPT Committee ) Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:College 09-01-1988 -06-01-1990

College of Applied Science (RPT Committee ) Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:College 09-01-1978 -06-01-1982

Forest Hills Public Schools (Teacher in Continuing Education ) Special Interest Group Chair Type:Community Service Level:Local 09-01-2010 -05-01-2011

Forest Hills Public Schools (Forest Hills School Board Committee ) Special Interest Group Member Type:Community Service Level:Local 09-01-2003 -12-01-2003

East End Adult Education Center (Tutor ) Member Type:Community Service Level:Local 09-01-2002 -06-01-2003

Radio Station WVXU (Fundraiser ) Member Type:Community Service Level:Regional 09-01-1975 -06-01-2000

Freestore Foodbank (Volunteer ) Member Type:Community Service Level:Local 09-01-1980 -06-01-2011

Anderson Township (Anderson Township Transportation Committee ) Member Type:Community Service Level:Local 09-01-1994 -06-01-1996

## Courses Taught

15-STAT-147 ELEM PROB AND STAT Elem. Prob. and Stat. Level:Undergraduate

15-MATH-250 CALCULUS 0 Calculus Zero Level:Undergraduate

15-MATH-251 CALCULUS I Calculus I Level:Undergraduate

15-MATH-252 CALCULUS II Calculus II Level:Undergraduate

15-MATH-155 TOPICS IN MATH Topics in Mathematics Level:Undergraduate

15-MATH-156 TOPICS IN MATH Topics in Mathematics Level:Undergraduate

15-MATH-157 TOPICS IN MATH Topics in Mathematics Level:Undergraduate

15-MATH-174 COLLEGE ALG II College Algebra II Level:Undergraduate

Algebra and Trigonometry I Level:Undergraduate

Algebra and Trigonometry II Level:Undergraduate

Calculus I Level:Undergraduate

Calculus II Level:Undergraduate

Probability and Statistics Level:Undergraduate

Advanced Technical Calculus Level:Undergraduate

Discrete Mathematics I Level:Undergraduate

Discrete Mathematics II Level:Undergraduate

Linear Algebra Level:Undergraduate

Vector Analysis Level:Undergraduate

Random Processes Level:Undergraduate

## Faculty Development Activities

09-01-1990 -05-01-2011 Member Mathematical Association of America Washington, D.C. Type:Conference Attendance

09-01-1998 -06-01-2011 Member International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics Columbus, OH Type:Conference Attendance

09-01-1975 -06-01-1988 President OhioMATYC Ohio Type:Conference Attendance

## Other Information

During the quarter I meet with my students in early morning help sessions. We meet several times a week to work on the most recent mathematics topics we have covered in class. I do not lecture, and in fact, I do not participate much. I serve as the conduit for knowledge that the students in attendance already possess. We start out by asking if anyone has questions on a particular topic and go from there. The students work problems at the board, all their work being very visible. When I find a mistake, I tell them so, and it is their job to find it. They may use all the resources at hand, including fellow students. If a student is totally lost, I find the student who is farthest ahead in the solution and send them to rescue the struggling cohort. It is an atmosphere that is infectious. It is a way to steal several hours a week from my students so that they can be in a setting where mathematics is being done and talked about freely. Just ask one of my students about it.,