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Erin Harris

Lecturer of Mathematics
South 317
585-245-5483
harris@geneseo.edu
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Erin Harris has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 2007.

Office Hours

  • Mon & Wed  1-2
  • Fri 10:30-11:15

Curriculum Vitae

Employment

  • I am a SUNY Geneseo alumni with a degree in Mathematics with Secondary Education Certification, followed by a Masters in Mathematics Education. I taught high school and middle school until my children were born, at which time I began part-time work teaching night classes at Monroe Community College. I joined the math department at SUNY Geneseo in January 2007 where my duties include: work with the pre-service math teacher candidates, supervise student teachers during their semester-long field experience, teach Math 140 &141 (Math Concepts for Elementary Ed), Math 213,221,222 (Calculus I & II), Math 237 (Discrete Math), and Math 160 (Elements of Chance).

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 237: R/Intro Discrete Mathematics

    This course covers the basic tools of mathematics and computer science - logic, proof techniques, set theory, functions, inductive processes, counting techniques - with applications to such areas as formal languages, circuit theory and graph theory.