Gregory V. Bard
Tenured Full Professor of Mathematics
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Courses that I've Taught
This webpage contains the list of courses that I've taught as the "instructor of record."
 Spring of 2021, University of Wisconsin: Stout
 Math250: Differential Equations with Linear Algebra x2
 Math270: Discrete Mathematics x2
 Fall of 2020, University of Wisconsin: Stout
 Math250: Differential Equations with Linear Algebra x2
 Math270: Discrete Mathematics x2
 Spring of 2020, University of Wisconsin: Stout
 Math250: Differential Equations with Linear Algebra x2
 MSCS380: Cryptography
 MSCS796: Linear and NonLinear Programming
 Fall of 2019, University of Wisconsin: Stout
 Math153: Calculus i x2
 Math270: Discrete Mathematics x2
 Spring of 2019, University of Wisconsin: Stout
 Fall of 2018, University of Wisconsin: Stout
 Spring of 2018, University of Wisconsin: Stout
 Math154: Calculus ii
 Math270: Discrete Mathematics
 MSCS380: Cryptography
 MSCS580: Cryptography
 Fall of 2017, University of Wisconsin: Stout
 Math270: Discrete Mathematics x2
 CS480: Computer Security
 UW Stout Faculty Research Fellowship (teaching release)
 Spring of 2017, University of Wisconsin: Stout
 Math123: Finite and Financial Mathematics x2
 Math270: Discrete Mathematics x2
 Fall of 2016, University of Wisconsin: Stout
 Math154: Calculus ii
 Math270: Discrete Mathematics
 CS480: Computer Security
 Spring of 2016, University of Wisconsin: Stout
 Math123: Finite and Financial Mathematics
 Math270: Discrete Mathematics x2
 MSCS380: Cryptography
 MSCS580: Cryptography
 Fall of 2015, University of Wisconsin: Stout
 Math154: Calculus ii
 Math270: Discrete Mathematics
 UW Stout Faculty Research Fellowship (teaching release)
 Spring of 2015, University of Wisconsin: Stout
 Math154: Calculus ii x2
 Math270: Discrete Mathematics
 Fall of 2014, University of Wisconsin: Stout
 Math123: Finite and Financial Mathematics x3
 CS480: Computer Security
 CS680: Computer Security
 Spring of 2014, University of Wisconsin: Stout
 Math123: Finite and Financial Mathematics x2
 MSCS380: Cryptography
 Math447: Numerical Analysis ii
 Math747: Scientific Computing
 Fall of 2013, University of Wisconsin: Stout
 Math123: Finite and Financial Mathematics x2
 UW Stout Faculty Research Initiative Major Proposal Development Release Grant
 Spring of 2013, University of Wisconsin: Stout
 Math154: Calculus ii x2
 MSCS380: Cryptography
 Math499: Independent Study in lieu of Math371: Modern Algebra ii (for 1 student)
 Fall of 2012, University of Wisconsin: Stout
 Math154: Calculus ii x2
 CS480: Computer Security
 Spring of 2012, University of Wisconsin: Stout
 Math123: Finite and Financial Mathematics
 Math153: Calculus i
 Math154: Calculus ii
 Fall of 2011, University of Wisconsin: Stout
 Math153: Calculus i x2
 Math154: Calculus ii
 Spring of 2011, Fordham University
 Math1204: Applied Calculus ii
 Math1206: Calculus i (Lecture)
 Math4999: Independent Study for a Bachelor's Thesis (1 student)
 Fall of 2010, Fordham University
 Math1108: Math for Business: Finite x3
 July of 2010, The Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute for
Mathematics Mechanization
 Algebraic Cryptanalysis ii
 Spring of 2010, Fordham University
 Math4006: Numerical Analysis (was crosslisted with computer science)
 Math1207: Calculus ii (Lecture)
 Math1207: Calculus ii (Recitation) x3
 Math4999: Independent Study for a Bachelor's Thesis (1 student)
 Fall of 2009, Fordham University
 Math1206: Calculus i (Lecture)
 Math3021: Graph Theory
 Math4999: Tutorial on Matrix Research (1 student)
 For one week in September of 2009, I taught a course at the
International University of Monaco,
DOCT703: Experimental Research Design and Assessment.
The course met for 40 hours (in person) during that week, and was very intense.
 Spring of 2009, Fordham University
 Math1108: Math for Business: Finite
 Math3002: Differential Equations
 Fall of 2008, Fordham University
 Math2021: Cryptography
 Math1206: Calculus i (Lecture)
 Math1206: Calculus i (Recitation) x2
 I also lead a review session in a large lecture hall that was for all sections
of Math1108: Math for Business: Finite.
 Spring of 2008, Fordham University
 Math3005: Abstract Algebra
 Math1108: Math for Business: Calculus x2
 Fall of 2007, Fordham University
 Math2004: Multivariate Calculus
 Math1108: Math for Business: Finite
 Math4999: Tutorial on Matrix Research (1 student)
 Spring of 2007, University of Maryland: College Park
 National Science Foundation (NSF) Dissertation Completion Fellowship! :)
 Fall of 2007, University of Maryland: College Park
 National Science Foundation (NSF) Dissertation Completion Fellowship! :)
 Spring of 2006, American University
 CSC110: Computers and Information
 Fall of 2006, American University
 CSC544: ObjectOriented Programming
 Spring of 2005, American University
 CSC281: Introduction to Computer Science ii
 Experience as a teaching assistant (at the University of Maryland: College Park),
details omitted for simplicity.
If you like, you may contact me at this address, which a human will have
no trouble understanding:
gregory dot bard at ieee dot org
Last updated August 30th, 2022.
