Dawn Aguilar

Lecturer
South 302
585-245-5324
aguilard@geneseo.edu

Dawn Aguilar has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 2016.

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Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • B.Ed. Intermediate-Senior Mathematics & Physics, Queen's University, 2006

  • M.Sc. Applied Mathematics, University of Alberta, 2005

  • B.Sc. Mathematics & Engineering, Queen's University, 2003

  • A.R.C.T. Piano Performance, Royal Conservatory of Music, 2000

Employment

  • 2016-present - Lecturer in Mathematics, SUNY Geneseo, NY

  • 2013-2016 - Lecturer in Mathematics, California State University, Bakersfield, CA

  • 2006-2009 - Adjunct Lecturer in Mathematics, Queen's University, Kingston, ON

  • 2006 - 2010 - Secondary School Math Teacher, Limestone District School Board, Kingston, ON

Publications

  • Benabdallah, H. S. and D. A. Aguilar, Acoustic Emission and Its Relationship with Friction and Wear for Sliding Contact, Tribology Transactions, 51(6): 738-747, 2008.

  • Aguilar, D. A. and B. R. Sutherland, Internal Wave Generation from Rough Topography, Physics of Fluids, 18, Art. No. 066603, 2006.

  • Aguilar, D. A., B. R. Sutherland, and D. Muraki, Laboratory Generation of Internal Waves from Sinusoidal Topography, Deep Sea Research II, 53: 96-115, 2006.

  • Sutherland, B. R. and D. A. Aguilar, Stratified Flow over Topography: Wave Generation and Boundary Layer Separation, Advances in Fluid Mechanics VI, 317-326, 2006.

Classes

  • MATH 112: Precalculus

    This course is designed primarily for the student who needs a foundation in algebra and trigonometry for the study of calculus. The concept of function and graphical representation of functions is stressed. Topics covered: real numbers; algebra of real numbers including equations and inequalities; functions and their graphs including polynomials, rational expressions, logarithmic and exponential, trigonometric; algebra of the trigonometric functions including identities, equations, polar coordinates, complex numbers, systems of equations.

  • MATH 140: Math Concepts for Elem Educ I

    This course is intended for education majors and is designed to provide a mathematical treatment of the fundamental concepts of arithmetic, algebra, and number theory as they relate to the elementary school mathematics curriculum.

  • MATH 242: R/Elem of Probability & Stat

    Basic concepts of probability theory and statistical inference. A knowledge of calculus is not required.