Silas Johnson

My classes place a strong emphasis on active and collaborative learning. Students can expect to be constantly engaging with course material in real time and alongside their classmates.

Previous courses (as principal instructor)
Term Course Location Notes
FA17 Math 290-1: Linear Algebra and Multivariable Calculus (MENU) Northwestern Course coordinator
SP17 Math 330-3: Abstract Algebra Northwestern
SP17 Math 300: Foundations of Higher Mathematics Northwestern Flipped classroom
WI17 Math 330-2: Abstract Algebra Northwestern
WI17 Math 224: Integral Calculus Northwestern Course coordinator
FA16 Math 330-1: Abstract Algebra Northwestern
FA16 Math 240: Linear Algebra Northwestern Inquiry-based curriculum
SP16 Math 330-3: Abstract Algebra Northwestern
SP16 Math 214: Single Variable Calc. III Northwestern Mastery-based grading
WI16 Math 330-2: Abstract Algebra Northwestern
WI16 Math 336: Intro to Number Theory Northwestern
FA15 Math 330-1: Abstract Algebra Northwestern
FA15 Math 230: Differential Multivariable Calc. Northwestern
SU14 Math 1100: College Algebra Normandale CC
FA12 Math 112: College Algebra UW-Madison Flipped classroom

Notes:

  • MENU (Mathematical Experience for Northwestern Undergraduates) is a flexible program of challenging 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.
  • Support for my Math 240 (Linear Algebra) course was provided by the TIMES Project.
Department of Mathematics, Northwestern University
2033 Sheridan Road; Evanston, IL 60208
Email: sjohnson at math dot northwestern dot edu
Office: Locy 202