Annalisa Crannell

Annalisa Crannell
Professor
Department of Mathematics, Box 3003
Franklin & Marshall College
Lancaster, PA 17604


(717) 291-4222
annalisa.crannell@FandM.edu
Office: Stager 204

Courses, Fall 2014
Math and Art for Instructors
Calculus I -- course blog



from previous semesters:

Projective Geometry -- course blog

Calculus 2 (MAT110) -- IBL-esque worksheets

Viewpoints-book-cover

  Instructor's materials for the First Year Seminar:
Mathematics of Art, and also for a proof-base course on "Projective Geometry Applied to Perspective Art".

Some of my current favorite questions about projective geometry and perspective art.


Writing In Math Classes Dynamical Systems Research interests
Writing Projects in Mathematics
                          Book

Guide to Writing in Math Classes

Writing Projects for Calculus

Checklist for Writing Project


My own questions about topological dynamics

Other dynamical systems sites:
The Dynamics pages at Boston University
The Chaos Game
Open Problems in Dynamical Systems & Ergodic Theory  

Slides and/or text from some of my talks Videos
Math and Art: the good, the bad, and the pretty
In the Shadow of Desargues
Crayons and Computers
Happily Ever Aftermath
How to grade 300 Math Essays (and survive to tell the tale)
Four and a Half Useful Methods for Grading Writing
Fibonacci Harps and Shifts of Finite Type
(Speaking in Favor of) Redundancy, Inefficiency, Extravagance, and Waste
MAA-The Musical^2
Calculus II: "I'll Integrate!"
Unigo interview (by two of my students)
My math/art challenge problem (from the MAA)
Vimeo clip (by F&M)
Math & Art: the Good, the Bad, and the Pretty (@ St. John's U.)
Shadow of Desargues (@ St. John's U.)

Good Mathematical Web Sites   



Mathematical careers and activities:

Careers in Mathematics
REU Sites (from the NSF)

Mathematicians, Dead and Alive:

Mathematician of the Day
Addresses of mathematicians around the world




Good Mathematical Web Sites

Fun Math
Harvard College Mathematics Review: a math journal written and edited by and for undergraduates.

   Cool Math fun facts (by Francis Su of Harvey Mudd College)

Mathematical careers and activities:

Careers in Mathematics
REU Sites (from the NSF)

Mathematicians, Dead and Alive:

Mathematician of the Day
Addresses of mathematicians around the world


Just a few family photos:

Francesca's kidney's out-of-body experience
My husband's birthday dinner

My Mom's MeV line
Miser Mom blog


My family

Here is a moderately recent CV.
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