John Gieringer, MA

Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Physics

Professional Education

  • Bachelors of Arts - Alvernia University
  • PA State Permanent Teaching Certification – Math and Physics
  • Masters - Kutztown University
  • Postgraduate work –Lehigh University

Courses taught

  • Probability & Statistics
  • Calculus I, II, and III
  • Math Logic
  • Abstract Algebra
  • Complex Variables
  • Survey of Math
  • Business Math
  • General Physics I and II

Professional Organizations

  • NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics) membership
  • MAA (Mathematical Association of America) membership
  • Reading-Berks Science and Engineering Fair Judge

Research and Interest

The areas of mathematics which are of special interest to Professor Gieringer are the History of Mathematics, Abstract Algebra, and Calculus instruction. Outside interests include hiking and world traveling. He has recently coauthored a text in Calculus instruction titled "First Semester Calculus for Students of Mathematics and Related Disciplines".

Information about this book can be found at https://titles.cognella.com/first-semester-calculus-for-students-of-mathematics-and-related-disciplines-9781516542277. A second semester Calculus book is currently being written and will soon be available.

Contact Information

John Gieringer, MA

Assistant Professor of Mathematics & Physics

Bernardine Hall 206C

610.796.8301

john.gieringer@alvernia.edu

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