George Reuter

Lecturer of

Mathematics

South Hall 316
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454
245-5485
reuter@geneseo.edu

George Reuter

George has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 2012.  His interests include writing math contests for high school students and spending lots of time researching fantasy football.  He resides in Canandaigua with his wife and six children.  And a hermit crab.

Faculty Information

Education

  • Diploma -- Townsend Harris High School at Queens College, 1992
  • BA, Mathematics -- SUNY Geneseo, 1996
  • MS, Math Education -- SUNY Geneseo, 2001

Employment

  • SUNY Geneseo, 2012-pres
  • Canandaigua Academy, 2000-2013
  • Geneseo Central School, 1996-2000

Publications and Professional Activities

  • Macula, A. & Reuter, G. Simplified searching for two defects. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference. 5 January 1998

Affiliations

  • National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
  • Mathematical Association of America
  • New York State Mathematics League (President)
  • Monroe County Math League (President)
Spring 2015 Classes

INTD 301:
Topics in Secondry Educ:Math

    This course is designed to assist in the development and preparation of preservice teachers. This is a subtitled course. Please see the Undergraduate Bulletin for course description for individual su
    btitle areas.
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MATH 239:
Intro to Mathematical Proof

    The course will provide an introduction to the language of advanced mathematics and to mathematical proof. It will emphasize rigorous argument and the practice of proof in various mathematical contex
    ts. Topics will include logic, set theory, cardinality, methods of proof, and induction. Other mathematical topics chosen at the discretion of the instructor will be included as material through which proving skills will be honed. Prerequisites: MATH 222 or permission of the department. Offered every semester
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MATH 335:
Foundations of Geometry

    This course presents an investigation of the axiomatic foundations for several approaches to the study of modern geometry. Euclidean geometry, geometric transformations, and non-Euclidean geometries w
    ill be discussed. Prerequisites: MATH 222 and MATH 239. Offered every spring
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