Jaimie Stone

Assistant Professor,  College of Arts & Sciences

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I love studying the effects on popular culture on student engagement in the classroom.”

Bio

After 15 years of being an adjunct professor all over New England, Jaimie Stone is thrilled to finally call JWU his full-time home.

Stone loves studying the effects on popular culture on student engagement in the classroom, so it should come as no surprise that he is working on a Science of Superheroes course for the university. He is also working on a History of Mathematics course.

Mathematical interests/specialties include number theory, probability theory, game theory and financial mathematics. Non-mathematics interests include just about anything in popular culture, but particularly movies, literature, and stage productions — all of which feature prominently in Stone's classroom examples.

Sample Courses

  • MATH 1002: Survey of College Mathematics
  • MATH 1030: Precalculus
  • MATH 1020: Fundamentals of Algebra
  • MATH 2001: Statistics I
  • MATH 2002: Statistics II