Brian T. Gill, Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics
Seattle Pacific University

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Teaching:

  2360 Intro Stats
  3730 Complex Variables
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Welcome to my web pages!  I am a Professor of Mathematics at Seattle Pacific University.   I've been on the faculty at SPU since completing a Ph.D. in Mathematics and an M.S. in Biometry and Statistics at the State University of New York at Albany in 1999.  In addition to teaching at SPU, I'm funded by NSF grants as the statistician for two research labs at the University of Washington: the Value Sensitive Design (VSD) Research Lab in the Information School and the Human Interaction with Nature and Technological Systems (HINTS) Research Lab in the Department of Psychology. 

Contact Information:
    
Office: Otto Miller Hall 239
     Phone: 206-281-2954
     Fax: 206-378-5400
     E-mail: bgill@spu.edu

     Mathematics Dept., STE 307
     Seattle Pacific University
     3307 Third Ave W
     Seattle, WA 98119

Office Hours (Spring 2014):
     8:30-9:20 Mon, Wed, & Fri in OMH 239
     2:00-3:00 Thursday in OMH 239
     10:30-11:00 Mon, Wed, & Fri in OMH 139
 


Teaching:

     Schedule
     Current Courses:
          MAT 2360 Introduction to Statistics for Sciences
          MAT 3730 Complex Variables

Education:
    
Ph.D. in Mathematics, SUNY Albany, 1999
     M.S. in Biometry & Statistics, SUNY Albany, 1999
     M.A. in Mathematics, University of Kentucky, 1994
     B.S. in Mathematics, Truman State University, 1991

Send questions or comments to Brian Gill or call (206) 281-2954.
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Mathematics Department
Seattle Pacific University
3307 Third Avenue West
Seattle, Washington 98119-1997
United States of America