Ivana Alexandrova

CURRENT AND PAST TEACHING ACTIVITIES

Instructor

State University of New York, Albany

  • Ordinary Differential Equations. Spring 2015.
  • Master's Seminar. Spring 2015.
  • Complex Analysis I & II. Graduate course. Fall 2013, Spring 2014.
  • Linear Algebra. Spring 2014.
  • Reading Course for Graduate Students. Fall 2012, Spring 2013.
  • Vector Analysis. Undergraduate and graduate course. Spring 2013.
  • Calculus II. Spring 2013, Fall 2013.
  • Vector Analysis. Undergraduate and graduate course. Spring 2013.
  • Introduction to Differentiable Manifolds. Graduate course. Spring 2012.
  • Calculus of Several Variables. Spring 2012.
  • Elementary Statistics. Spring 2012.
  • Advanced Calculus I. Fall 2011
  • Partial Differential Equations. Undergraduate and graduate course. Fall 2011.
  • Topics in Modern Mathematics.Undergraduate and Graduate Level. Spring 2011.

    University of Tokyo

  • Semi-Classical Analysis and Scattering Theory. Topics Course, Graduate Level. Summer 2009.

    East Carolina University

  • Calculus I. Fall 2010.
  • Functions of Several Real Variables. Graduate Level. Spring 2010.
  • Linear Algebra. Spring 2010.
  • Ordinary Differential Equations I. Graduate Level. Fall 2009.
  • Elementary Complex Variables. Fall 2008, Fall 2009.
  • Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations. Fall 2008. Evaluations average: 6.75 out of 7; Fall 2010.
  • Introduction to Complex Variables. Graduate Level. Fall 2008. Evaluations average: 6.75 out of 7.
  • Calculus III. Fall 2007. Evaluations average: 7 out of 7.
  • Advanced Calculus. Fall 2007. Evaluations average: 6.8 out of 7.
  • Calculus for the Life Sciences. Fall 2006, Fall 2009.
  • Introduction to Functions. Fall 2006.

    University of Toronto

  • Calculus! First year calculus for Arts and Science students. Fall 2005, Winter 2006.
  • Calculus for Engineering Students. First year calculus course. Fall 2004, Winter 2005.

    University of California, Berkeley

  • Analysis Prelim Workshop. One of the two workshops for the first and second year Ph. D. students taking the Written Ph.D. Examination. Material covered included calculus, real analysis, ordinary differential equations, metric spaces, and complex analysis. Summer 2002.

    Graduate Student Instructor

    University of California, Berkeley

    Graduate Courses
  • Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable. Ph.D. level course. Spring 2001.
  • Probability Theory. Ph.D. level course. Evaluations average: 6.6 out of 7. Spring 1999.

    Undergraduate Courses
  • Analytic Geometry and Calculus. First and second semester calculus for non-science majors. Spring, Fall 2003.
          In Fall 2003, one of my sections' averages on the first midterm was the highest section average in the class.
  • Linear Algebra and Differential Equations. Lower division course for science majors. Fall 2002.
          One of my sections' averages on both midterms were higher than the class averages.
          My students' final exam average was the highest among the eight GSIs'.
  • Calculus. Second-semester calculus for science majors. Fall 1999.
          Both of my sections' averages on both midterm averages were higher than the class averages.
  • Introduction to the Theory of Probability. Upper division. Fall 1998.
  • Concepts of Probability. Upper division. Fall 1998.
  • Introductory Probability and Statistics for Business. Lower division. Spring 1998.

    Teaching Assistant

    Furman University

  • Mathematica tutorial sessions. Led introductory Mathematica sessions and Mathematica help sessions for students in computer integrated calculus classes for science majors. Fall 1994 - Spring 1997.