Dr. Gary S. Stoudt
Mathematics Department
Address314 Stright Hall Mathematics
Department Indiana University of Pennsylvania 210 S. Tenth
Street Indiana, PA 15705 U.S.A.
Email:Gary.Stoudt@iup.edu
Office Phone7243574764
Schedule of Courses, Spring, 2019
MATH 217.001 
Probability and Statistics 
MWF 9:059:55 
STRGT 220 
MATH 355 
Foundations of Geometry 
MWF 10:1011:00 
STRGT 202 
MATH 350 
History of Mathematics/H 
TR 9:3010:45 
STRGT 202 
MATH 217.802 
Probability and Statistics 
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Office Hours, Spring, 2019
Monday 11:1512:15
Tuesday 11:1512:15
Wednesday 11:1512:15
Thursday 11:1512:15
Friday 11:1512:15
and by appointment
MATH 217.001 
Wednesday, May 8 
8:0010:00am 
STRGT 220 
MATH 350 
Thursday, May 9 
8:0010:00am 
STRGT 202 
MATH 355 
Friday, May 10 
10:15am12:15pm 
STRGT 202 
MATH 217.801 
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ONLINE 
ONLINE 
Links to Course Materials
Professional Interests
History of mathematics,
Banach spaces, sequence spaces.
My dissertation adviser is A. K. Snyder.
Personal Interests
Here is a list of
websites, useful and otherwise.
Also, try a bit of philosophy.
"It just shows what can be done by taking a little trouble," said
Eeyore. "Do you see, Pooh? Do you see, Piglet? Brains first and then
Hard Work...."
In Which A House Is Built at Pooh Corner for Eeyore, from The House
at Pooh Corner, A. A. Milne.
For mathematics students:
Don't just read it; fight it! Ask your own questions, look for your own examples, discover your own proofs. Is the
hypothesis necessary? Is the converse true? What happens in the classical special case? What about the degenerate
cases? Where does the proof use the hypothesis?
Paul Halmos, I Want to be a Mathematician
For all students:
Culture is activity of thought, and receptiveness to beauty and humane feeling....
A merely wellinformed man is the most useless bore on God's earth.
Alfred North Whitehead, Aims of Education and Other Essays (1929)
For teachers:
Teaching is the communication of the process of investigation rather than a listing of ideasnot a new idea,
not a complicated idea, but a widely ignored one nonetheless.
Roger L. Welsch, "Mock Apple Pie: The Conventional Teacher in an Unconventional
Educational Program"
