
My contact info:
Patrick X. Rault
Department of Mathematics
326C South Hall
State University of New York
Geneseo, NY 14454
Phone: 5852455392
Fax: 5852455128
About me:
I have been teaching at SUNY Geneseo since Fall 2008, when I completed my Ph.D. at UW Madison. My areas of research are number theory (specifically, arithmetic geometry) and linear algebra (specifically the study of numerical ranges in matrix analysis). My thesis advisor was Jordan Ellenberg.
For more information about my background, you can see my CV.
Current projects:
Upstate New York InquiryBased Learning Consortium. 201417 grant, $60,000 for first year.
Center for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics $22,000 grant received for a 201415 project with undergraduates.
Council for Undergraduate Research. Elected nationally for a 201417 term on the governing council.
Application for Tenure and Promotion to Associate Professor (2014).
Research on open questions related primarily to my previous papers. See CV above for papers, workshops, and conferences.
Writing course textbooks for Introduction to Mathematical Proof (under review), Theory of Numbers, and Abstract Algebra.
Conferences:
Click here to see a list of conferences that I have attended or plan to attend in the near future.
Generally, I try to make it to several number theory conferences listed here Number Theory Conferences, New and Old or here
Arithmetic Geometry conferences.
To see a list of some talks that I have given, see my CV above.
Teacher resources:
Priority sorting program for IBL courses, created by Fall 2011 Teaching Assistant Brian Knapp.
Academy for Inquiry Based Learning
Journal of Inquiry Based Learning in Mathematics

Geneseo resources:
Student resources:
LaTeX starter file, with many examples which you can edit and see the effect of.
Mathematics software downloads
Mathematics technology instructional guides
Undergraduate Semesters in Mathematics
Career resources:
SUNY Geneseo Math Department's Ph.D. preparation suggestions and a timeline. (SUNY Geneseo username and password required for login)
For those who ask "When will I use math?"
AMS Careers and Employment page
Career Options for Undergraduate Mathematics Majors: 2011 Pannel
SUNY Geneseo Teaching:
Online Course Files in Dropbox for 2012current (see your syllabus for the link)
Problem Solving Seminar (Math 388), Spring 2013
Online Course Files Outbox for Fall 2010 to 2011
InquiryBased Learning course description for Abstract Algebra (Math 330 & 388), Spring 2012
Enriched Multivariable Calculus (Math 288, future Math 226, aka Honors Math II), Spring 2012
InquiryBased Course Description for Theory of Numbers, for Spring 2011
Calculus 1, Math 221, Spring 2010
Introduction to Mathematical Proof, Math 239, Spring 2010
Algebraic Number Theory, Math 380, Spring 2010
Calculus 1, Math 221, Fall 2009
Introduction to Mathematical Proof, Math 239, Fall 2009
Linear Algebra, Math 333, Fall 2009
Putnam Problem Solving, Math 399, Fall 2009
Elementary Linear Algebra, Math 233, Spring 2009
Theory of Numbers, Math 319, Spring 2009
Elementary Linear Algebra, Math 233, Fall 2008
Introduction to Mathematical Proof, Math 239, Fall 2008
UW Teaching:
Math 320, Linear Algebra and Differential Equations
Wisconsin Emerging Scholars Program (Fall 2005 through Fall 2006)
Delta TeachingasResearch Program
BLOGs I should be reading:
Young Mathematicians' Network: an online community for young mathematicians
Other:
What I like to do in my spare time
Mathematics, Puzzles, Magic, and Games