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Dawn Aguilar

Lecturer
South 302
585-245-5324
aguilard@geneseo.edu
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Dawn Aguilar has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 2016.

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 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 213: R/Applied Calculus I

    The student will be introduced to the mathematics of linear systems and to the concepts, methods and applications of calculus. Mathematical questions arising in business and the life and social sciences will be modeled and solved using these tools. Topics to be covered include linear systems of equations, matrix techniques, functions, limits, continuity, differentiation and integration. The approach will be graphical, numerical and analytic.