Douglas Meade



Education
Ph.D.  Mathematics  Carnegie Mellon University  1989 
M.S.  Applied Mathematics  Carnegie Mellon University  1986 
B.S.  Mathematics  Bowling Green State University  1984 
B.S.  Computer Sciences  Bowling Green State University  1984 
Experience
2016 – Present  Associate Dean for Instruction, Curriculum, and Assessment  College of Arts and Sciences, Univ. of South CarolinaCo 
1997 – Present  Associated Faculty  School of the Environment, Univ.of South Carolina 
1997 – Present  Associate Professor  Department of Mathematics, Univ. of South Carolina 
2001 – 2016  Undergraduate Director  Department of Mathematics, Univ. of South Carolina 
1991 – 1997  Assistant Professor  Department of Mathematics, Univ. of South Carolina 
1989 – 1991  Research Assistant Professor  Purdue University 
Research
Current Projects
 Maplets for Calculus (with P. Yasskin, Texas A&M)
 Elementary Differential Equations with Boundary Value Problems (with W.E. Boyce, RPI)
 Calculus in the First Three Dimensions (with S. Stein, UCDavis)
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Teaching Activities
Previous Courses
 Math 122  Calculus for Business Administration and Social Sciences
 Math 141  Calculus I
 Math 142  Calculus II
 Math 221  Basic Concepts of Elementary Mathematics I
 Math 241  Vector Calculus
 Math 242  Elementary Differential Equations
 Math 511/Stat 511  Probability
 Math 520  Ordinary Differential Equations
 Math 524  Nonlinear Optimization
 Math 526  Numerical Linear Algebra
 Math 544  Linear Algebra
 Math 550  Vector Analysis
 Math 554  Analysis I
 Math 703I  Foundations of Analysis I
 Math 720  Applied Mathematics I
 Math 721  Applied Mathematics II
 Math 726  Numerical Differential Equations I
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Honors and Other Special Scientific Recognition
 Pipeline for Academic Leadership (PAL) Fellow, 2016—2017
 ICTCM Fellow, 2016
 $\Delta Z$ Outstanding Professor, 2014
 MaplePrimes Mentor of the Year, MaplePrimes community (www.mapleprimes.com), 2008
 ICTCM Award for Excellence in Innovation using Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, with Phil Yasskin (TAMU) for Maplets for Calculus, 2008
 Maple Mentor Award, MaplePrimes community (www.mapleprimes.com), November 2007
 Golden Key Faculty Award for Creative Integration of Research and Undergraduate Teaching (nominated: 1997, 1998)
 Maple Ambassador, 1994–2003
 Lilly Teaching Fellow, University of South Carolina, 1994–1995
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5 Selected Publications
 William E. Boyce and Douglas B. Meade, Elementary Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems, John Wiley & Sons, Eleventh Edition, 2017, ISBN: 9781119381648 (704 pp.).
 William E. Boyce and Douglas B. Meade, Elementary Differential Equations, John Wiley & Sons, Eleventh Edition, 2017, ISBN: 9781119320630, in press.
 Douglas B. Meade and Wei‐Chi Yang, Analytic, Geometric, and Numeric Analysis of the Shrinking Circle and Sphere Problems, Elect J of Math & Tech, ISSN 1933‐2823, 1(1), Feb 2007. URL: http://www.radford.edu/~scorwin/eJMT/Content/Papers/v1n1p4/
 Douglas B. Meade, Maple and Its Role in the Development of a Mathematician, in Proceedings of the 2004 Maple Summer Workshop, Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada (July 2004), Robert Lopez, ed. Electronic distribution by Waterloo Maple Inc. URL: http://www.maplesoft.com/. Also available online at the URL: http://www.math.sc.edu/~meade/msw2004/msw2004proc.pdf
 Douglas B. Meade, Maple 8 and Maplets: A New Way to Use Computer Algebra in the Classroom in Electronic Proceedings for Using Technology to Teach Mathematics and Science, CUNY – Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York (November 2002). Available online at the URL: http://www.bmcc.cuny.edu/mathsci/2002/presentations/meade.html
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IMI Preprints and Seminars
IMI Preprints
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