Amanda Folsom

Professor and Department Chair

Amherst College
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Amherst, MA 01002


Teaching

     

At Amherst College (2014-present):

Upcoming teaching: 

Spring

2021:

Introduction to the Theory of Partitions (Math 310)

Current teaching: 

Fall

2020:

Analytic Number Theory (Math 460)

Past teaching: 

Summer

2020:

Summer Undergraduate Research in Number Theory at Amherst

 

Spring

2020:

Introduction to the Calculus (Math 111)

 

Fall

2019:

Fractal Geometry (Math 225)

 

Summer

2018:

Summer Undergraduate Research in Number Theory at Amherst

 

Spring

2018:

Analytic Number Theory (Math 460)

     

Introduction to the Calculus (Math 111)

 

Fall

2017:

Combinatorics (Math 281)

     

Introduction to the Calculus (Math 111)

 

Summer

2017:

Summer Undergraduate Research in Number Theory at Amherst

 

Spring

2017:

Introduction to the Calculus (Math 111)

 

Fall

2016:

Introduction to the Theory of Partitions (Math 310)

     

Fractal Geometry (Math 225)

 

Summer

2015:

Summer Undergraduate Research in Number Theory at Amherst

 

Spring

2015:

Groups, Rings, and Fields (Math 350)

     

Introduction to the Calculus (Math 111)

 

Fall

2014:

Chaos and Fractals (Math 225)

     

Introduction to the Calculus (Math 111)

     

At Yale University (2010-2014):

 

Summer

2014:

SUMRY (Summer Undergraduate Mathematics Research at Yale)

 

Spring

2014:

Modular and weak Maass forms (Math 634b, Graduate level)

     

Fractal Geometry (Math 290b)

 

Fall

2013:

Linear Algebra with Applications (Math 222a)

 

Summer

2013:

Calculus (Math S112)

 

Spring

2013:

Arizona Winter School 2013: Modular forms and curves (course assistant)

 

Spring

2012:

Fractal Geometry (Math 290b)

     

Number Theory (Math 354b)

     

"Lang Lunch" Graduate Teaching Seminars

 

Fall

2011:

Calculus (Math 112 § 02)

 

Summer

2011:

Yale National Initiative (with Roger Howe)

 

Spring

2011:

Geometric Algebra (Math 355b)

 

Fall

2010:

Modular Forms (Math 632a, Graduate level)

     

At University of Wisconsin, Madison (2007-2010):

 

Summer

2010:

R.E.U. in Elliptic curves, Hypergeometry, and Modular Forms

 

Spring

2010:

Differential Equations & Linear Algebra (Math 320)

 

Fall

2009:

Differential Equations & Linear Algebra (Math 320)

 

Summer

2009:

R.E.U. in Continued fractions, probability, modular forms, and L-functions

 

Spring

2009:

The Theory of Calculus (Math 421)

     

Graduate student number theory seminar (co-mentor)

 

Fall

2008:

Algebraic Number Theory (Math 748, Graduate level)

     

Graduate student number theory seminar (co-mentor)

 

Summer

2008:

R.E.U. in Modular Forms and Number Theory

 

Summer

2007:

R.E.U. in Drinfeld Modules and Function Fields