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Warshauer, Max

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Contact Information
Max L. Warshauer, Ph.D.
Professor


Office: ASB 110
Email: mw07@txstate.edu
Phone: 512-245-3439
Fax: 512-245-3425
 
Research Interest
Mathematics education, Quadratic forms, Theoretical computer science.

Professor Warshauer received his Ph.D. from Louisiana State University in 1979. Currently, Dr. Warshauer is building programs to teach young students mathematics. He is also involved with research about new curriculum and how to teach mathematics effectively. Dr. Warshauer is also interested in the analysis of algorithms and graph theory problems, working with other faculty on discrete math group theory problems, and also has interest in mathematical verification of hardware.


Selected Publications:

  • Max L. Warshauer, E. Curtin; The Locker Puzzle, The Mathematical Intelligencer, Vol. 28, Number 1, 2006.
  • Max L. Warshauer, Terry McCabe, Hiroko Warshauer; Mathematical Explorations, Stipes Publishing, Champaign, IL, 2006.
  • Max L. Warshauer, Joyce Fischer; Mathworks: An Innovative Approach to Systemic Change in Mathematics Education, The Journal of the Society of Educators and Scholars, Carolyn Morales, Chief Editor, Inter American University of Puerto Rico, Metropolitan Campus, San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 26, 2003.
  • Max L. Warshauer; Mathematical Explorations, Mathematics Informatics Quarterly, Vol. 13, No. 1, March 2003.
  • Max L. Warshauer, Willie Yong, Agus Susanta; Geometric Explorations with the Geometer's Sketchpad; Menemui Matematik (Discovering Mathematics), Vol. 25, No. 1, 2003.
  • Max L. Warshauer, K. Reinke; Mathworks: Preparing Young Hispanic Students for Algebra; 2003 Education Monograph Series, National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, Heritage and History: A Celebration of Diversity, Houston, Feb. 2003.
  • Max L. Warshauer, Willie Yong; Arithmetic and Geometric Mean, Menemui Matematik (Discovering Mathematics), Vol. 24, No. 2, 2002, p. 17 -22.
  • Max L. Warshauer, T. McCabe, D. Shapiro, and H. Warshauer; Discovering Discrete Mathematics, Level 4, Stipes Publishing, 2001.
  • Max L. Warshauer, T. McCabe and D. Shapiro; Math Explorations, Level 3; with T. McCabe, D. Shaprio, and Stipes Publishing, 2001.
  • Max L. Warshauer, Why Number Theory is an Ideal Subject for an Honors Course; with T. McCabe, The National Honors Report, Vol. XXII, No. 1, Spring 2001.
  • Max L. Warshauer, H. Warshauer; Algorithms, Encyclopedia of Mathematics, Routledge Falmer, New York, London, 2001.
  • Max L. Warshauer, H. Warshauer; Mathematics, Nature, Encyclopedia of Mathematics, Routledge Falmer, New York, London, 2001.
  • Max L. Warshauer, T. McCabe and H. Warshauer; The Mathematical Mystery Tour, Level 1; Stipes Publishing, 2000.
  • Max L. Warshauer, ; with T. McCabe and H. Warshauer; MathQuest, Level 2, Stipes Publishing, 2000.
  • Max L. Warshauer, Math Reader Magazine for elementary students, 1998.
  • Max L. Warshauer, Math Explorer Magazine for intermediate students, 1998.
  • Max L. Warshauer, Different Approaches to Summer Programs; Summac Forum, Volume 3, Number 1, February, 1995.
  • Paul A. Kennedy, Max L. Warshauer, and E. Curtin; Factoring by Grouping; with P. Kennedy and E. Curtin, Mathematics and Computer Education, Vol. 25, Number 2, Spring 1991.
  • Don G. Hazlewood, M. Warshauer, and S. Stouffer; Suzuki Meets Polya; Teaching Algebra to Elementary School Children, with D. Hazlewood and S. Stouffer, The Arithmetic Teacher, Volume 37, Number 3, 1989.
  • Max L. Warshauer, Conway's Parallel Sorting Algorithm; Journal of Algorithms, No. 7, 1986, p. 270-276.
  • Max L. Warshauer, Canonical Localizers and Non-Maximal Orders in the Witt Setting, Journal of Number Theory, Volume 20, 1984, p. 81-9.
  • Max L. Warshauer, Diagonalization up to Witt; Pacific Journal of Mathematics, Volume 98, No.2, 1982, p. 469-475.
  • Max L. Warshauer, The Witt Group of Degree k Maps and Asymmetric Inner Product Spaces; Lecture Notes in Mathematics, 914, Springer Verlag, 1982.

Recent Lectures and Talks:
  • Max L. Warshauer; Mathworks, Invited presentation with Terry McCabe, Cody Patterson, David Price, Stephanie Chan, Karen Vasquez, Ted Mahavier, The 10th Annual Legacy of R. L. Moore Conference, April 13, 2007.
  • Max L. Warshauer; Early undergraduate experiences in middle school classrooms, with Alejandra Sorto, Hiroko Warshauer and Terry McCabe, Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE), Irvine, CA, Jan. 27, 2007.
  • Max L. Warshauer; Forming a mathematical learning community using interactive TV (ITV) and distance learning, with Alejandra Sorto, Hiroko Warshauer and Terry McCabe, Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE), Irvine, CA, Jan. 27, 2007.
  • Max L. Warshauer; MAA Panel Discussion—MathNerds, Moore Method, and mathematics: What do they have in common?, with Alex White, Hiroko Warshauer and Terry McCabe Joint Mathematics Meetings, New Orleans, Jan. 8, 2007.
  • Max L. Warshauer; Creating Math Learning Communities Locally and using ITV, AMS-MAA-MER Special Session on Mathematics and Education Reform, I, with Alex White, Terry McCabe, and Hiroko Warshauer, New Orleans, Jan. 8, 2007.