iroussos@hamline.edu
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Contact Info

Ioannis Roussos
iroussos@hamline.edu
(651) 523-2414
St. Paul Main Campus > Drew Science Center > DSC 123B

Ioannis Roussos

Professor

Contact Info

Ioannis Roussos
iroussos@hamline.edu
(651) 523-2414
St. Paul Main Campus > Drew Science Center > DSC 123B

Biography

Dr. Ioannis M. Roussos is a Professor of Mathematics at Hamline University. He has been teaching all courses of undergraduate mathematics and helps the students in their endeavors to find jobs and/or go on to graduate school. He holds Ph.D. and M.Sc. degrees from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, and a B.Sc. from the National Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece.

Apart from teaching and lecturing in seminars and participating in many professional meetings with or without presentations, he has published many papers in both research and exposition in several areas of Mathematics, but mainly in Differential Geometry. In 2014, he had a voluminous book published on the Improper Riemann Integrals by the Taylor & Francis Group. He is also interested in History, Religious Phenomena, and Classical Music.

Teaching Style

Professor Roussos' teaching style is the traditional one with lecturing and writing on a blackboard. Students have time to process the exposed material, like to ask questions and take notes. He supplements the book when necessary and gives handouts. There are weekly quizzes, homework on every chapter, three midterm exams and a final exam.

"Give the students not necessarily what they want, but what they need."
-Ioannis M. Roussos