Bahar Acu

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Current Teaching at Northwestern  (Winter 2018)

 

  • Math 224, Integral Calculus of One Variable Functions (two sections)

         (See Canvas page for the course details)

 

 

Awards and Honors in Teaching:

 

  • USC Theodore Edward Harris Graduate Teaching Prize in Mathematics in Spring 2014
  • USC University Outstanding TA Award Nominee, 2015
  • Teaching Mentor of the incoming PhD students, August 2014, USC
  • Teaching Mentor of the incoming PhD students, August 2015, USC

 

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Previous Teaching at Northwestern University

 

  • Math 220, Differential Calculus of One-Variable Functions (two sections)

 

Previous Teaching at University of Southern California

 

  • Math 040x Basic Mathematical Skills
  • Math 117 Introduction to Mathematics for Business and Economics
  • Math 118 Fundamental Principles of the Calculus
  • Math 125 Calculus I
  • Math 126 Calculus II
  • Math 225 Linear Algebra and Ordinary Differential Equations
  • Math 425b Fundamental Concepts of Analysis
  • Math 434 Geometry and Transformations
  • Math 435 Vector Analysis and Introduction to Differential Geometry
  • Math 440 Topology
  • Math 475 Introduction to Theory of Complex Variables
  • Math 520 Complex Analysis
  • Math 535 Differential Geometry
  • Math 574 Applied Matrix Analysis

 

Previous Teaching at Santa Monica College

 

  • Math 85 Algebra
  • Math 2 Precalculus (Summer 2016, Spring 2017, Summer 2017)
  • Math 7 Calculus I

 

Previous Teaching  at METU

 

  • Linear Algebra
  • Calculus I for Engineering and Sciences
  • Calculus II for Engineering and Sciences
  • Calculus III for Engineering and Sciences

 

 

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