Aaron Peterson
Courses Taught
Term Course Location
Sp2018 MATH 214: Single Variable Calculus IIINU
Wi2018 MATH 224: Integral Calculus of One Variable Functions*NU
Wi2018 MATH 213: Single Variable Calculus IINU
Fa2017 MATH 212: Single Variable Calculus INU
Sp2017 MATH 320-3: Real Analysis (2 sections)NU
Wi2017 MATH 320-2: Real Analysis (2 sections)NU
Fa2016 MATH 320-1: Real AnalysisNU
Fa2016 MATH 220: Differential Calculus of One Variable Functions*NU
Sp2016 MATH 290-3: Linear Algebra and Multivariable Calculus (MENU)NU
Sp2016 MATH 325: Complex AnalysisNU
Wi2016 MATH 290-2: Linear Algebra and Multivariable Calculus (MENU)NU
Wi2016 MATH 382: Complex Analysis and Group Theory for ISPNU
Fa2015 MATH 290-1: Linear Algebra and Multivariable Calculus (MENU)NU
Fa2015 MATH 220: Differential Calculus of One Variable Functions*NU
Sp2015 MATH 290-3: Linear Algebra and Multivariable Calculus (MENU)NU
Sp2015 MATH 325: Complex AnalysisNU
Wi2015 MATH 290-2: Linear Algebra and Multivariable Calculus (MENU)NU
Wi2015 MATH 220: Differential Calculus of One Variable FunctionsNU
Fa2014 MATH 290-1: Linear Algebra and Multivariable Calculus (MENU)NU
Fa2014 MATH 220: Differential Calculus of One Variable FunctionsNU
Su2011 MATH 198: Pre-Calculus (Summer Collegiate Experience)UW-Madison
 
Special Term and Mini-Courses
Dates Course Location
July 24-July 28, 2017 Differentiating the Non-Differentiable (SNAP 2017) (Notes)NU
June 25-August 2, 2013 Pre-Calculus (Engineering Summer Program)UW-Madison
June 18-July 27, 2012 Pre-Calculus (Engineering Summer Program)UW-Madison
June 19-August 5, 2011 Pre-Calculus (Engineering Summer Program)UW-Madison
 
Teaching Assignments (Teaching Assistant)
Term Course Location
Fa2013 MATH 222: Calculus & Analytic Geometry II (WES) (B. Wang)UW-Madison
Fa2012 MATH 234: Calculus -- Functions of Several Variables (M. Feldman)UW-Madison
Sp2012 MATH 222: Calculus & Analytic Geometry II (WES) (J. Yin)UW-Madison
Fa2011 MATH 221: Calculus & Analytic Geometry I(D. Passman)UW-Madison
Sp2011 MATH 376: Topics in Multi-Var. Calculus and Diff. Equations (B. Street)UW-Madison
Fa2010 MATH 222: Calculus & Analytic Geometry II (D. Anderson)UW-Madison
Sp2010 MATH 222: Calculus & Analytic Geometry II (F. Nazarov) UW-Madison
Fa2009 MATH 222: Calculus & Analytic Geometry II (I.M. Isaacs) UW-Madison


*Indicates service as course head for a coordinated course.
The Mathematical Experience for Northwestern Undergraduates (MENU) is a flexible program of courses designed to provide qualified undergraduates with a thorough foundation in mathematics suitable for advanced study in mathematics and its applications across a wide range of disciplines.
MENU offers students an opportunity to expand their mathematical knowledge while retaining flexibility about their majors. MENU is especially well suited for students considering a major in mathematics, the natural sciences or economics, although MENU attracts participants with a variety of interests and majors.
The Integrated Science Program (ISP) has selected some of the brightest science students for a challenging, tailor-made honors curriculum that integrates mathematics with the sciences.
The Wisconsin Emerging Scolars (WES) provides motivated students with an opportunity to study calculus in a challenging, friendly, and multicultural environment. WES discussion sections meet for six hours per week, and their enrollment is capped at sixteen students.
The Engineering Summer Program (ESP) is a six-week residential summer program for rising junior and senior highschool students. The program provides intense instruction in mathematics, chemistry, technical writing, and physics, along with an introduction to engineering. ESP is geared towards students from groups which are traditionally under-represented in science, technology, engineering, and math.
The Summer Collegiate Experience (SCE) program provides students involved with select pre-college programs at UW-Madison an opportunity to take intense, official courses during the summer before their first year in college. Students in the program work within a diverse group of incoming first-year students, making many personal connections while sharpening their academic skills.

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