Mathematics

Who is Joe Allen?

Resum

Joseph N. Allen, Ph.D.

Phone

825-2470

Office

3090

Campus

Knight

email

joallen@ccri.edu

 
Dr. Allen's Schedule
Semester

Spring 2014

Final Exam  
Professional Day

2014

Course Information

All course information is accessible from the link above.

Favorite Links

SIAM MAA AMS
CCRI-URI SIAM Student Chapter
MyCCRI   WebMail
Blackboard
URI Math
ALEKS
RI Governor's Workforce Board
RI General Assembly
RIDE
RI Transfer Guide
Korean War Project

AAUP_CCRI

 

"I suggest that we give major attention to the humanistic or liberal aspects of the total course of studies, for it is only here that a student learns to situate himself or herself personally in a rapidly changing world, as a man or woman, as a religious or nonreligious person, as a member of a given race, nationality, culture, or tradition. It is mainly through liberal education that one learns how to think clearly, logically, and beautifully; how to express oneself; how to learn continually in a wide variety of ways; how to evaluate ideas and ideals; how to appreciate where humankind has been and is going. Whatever else we do to educate our students, all these liberating qualities, skills, and concepts are essential to what kind of persons they are becoming, no matter what they are preparing to do in life."

Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C.

[The Hesburgh Papers: Higher Values in Higher Education]

 

Publications Center

Research Reports Essays
Air Force Core Values Why Study Mathematics?

sponsored by BYU Math

Food for Thought