Darryl H. Yong

Email address: dyong@hmc.edu
This web page: http://www.math.hmc.edu/~dyong/cv.html
Current mailing address: Department of Mathematics, Harvey Mudd College, 301 Platt Blvd, Claremont, CA 91711

EDUCATION

University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics, June 2000

Field of Specialty: Perturbation theory (Multiple-scale analysis)
Other interests: Numerical analysis, Ordinary and Partial differential equations

Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, California

M.S. in Applied Mathematics, Jan-June 1996

Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, California

B.S. in Mathematics, completed requirements for B.A. in Music, Sept 1992-June 1996


ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Harvey Mudd College, Department of Mathematics, Claremont, California, Visiting assistant professor, 2000-2001.

California Institute of Technology, Applied and Computational Mathematics, Pasadena, California, von Karman Instructor, 2001-2003.

Harvey Mudd College, Department of Mathematics, Claremont, California, Assistant professor, 2003-2009.

Helen Bernstein High School, Los Angeles Unified School District, Los Angeles, California, High school teacher, 2009-2010 (while on sabbatical from HMC). Here's a talk I gave on my experience.

Harvey Mudd College, Department of Mathematics, Claremont, California, Associate professor, 2009-current. Associate dean for diversity, 2011-current.



TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, California (2000-2002, 2003-current)

California Institute of Technology (Applied and Computational Mathematics), Pasadena, California (2001-2003)

University of Washington, Seattle, Washington (1998-2000)


PUBLICATIONS

  1. DY, R. Levy, N. Lape, "Why No Difference? A Controlled Flipped Classroom Study for an Introductory Differential Equations Course", accepted for publication in PRIMUS on Nov 25, 2014.
  2. N. Lape, R. Levy, DY, "Probing the Inverted Classroom: A Study of Teaching and Learning Outcomes in Engineering and Mathematics", SEI Case Study Series, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative, to appear.
  3. N. Lape, R. Levy, DY, K. Haushalter, R. Eddy, N. Hankel, "Probing the Inverted Classroom: A Controlled Study of Teaching and Learning Outcomes in Undergraduate Engineering and Mathematics", 2014 ASEE Annual Conference, http://www.asee.org/public/conferences/32/papers/9475/view.
  4. N. Lape, R. Levy, DY, "Can Flipped Classrooms Help Students Learn?", Slate, Future Tense, April 25, 2014.
  5. L. Bassman, DY, 'Studio' Mathematics for Undergraduate Engineers, ANZIAM Journal (Proceedings of Engineering Mathematics and Applications Conference), 55, C266-281, 2014.
  6. DY, Adventures in Teaching: A Professor Goes to High School to Learn about Teaching Math, Notices of the AMS, 59:10 (November 2012), 1408-1415.
  7. M. Cagle, J. Frost, C. Latulippe, DY, "A Space-Filling, Nonregular Tetrahedron," ComMuniCator (California Mathematics Council), 35:4 (June 2011), 52-55.
  8. S. Uno, DY, N. Mori, Sum Rules and Universality in Electron-Modulated Acoustic Phonon Interaction in a Free-standing Semiconductor Plate, Phys Rev B, 79:23 (2009).
  9. DY, "Mathematics of Voting," ComMuniCator (California Mathematics Council), 31:1 (September 2008), 49-52.
  10. DY, M. Orrison, Imagine Math Day: Encouraging Secondary School Students and Teachers to Engage in Authentic Mathematical Discovery, FOCUS (Mathematical Association of America), 28:6 (August/September 2008), 24-27.
  11. DY, String, Chains and Ropes, SIAM Review, 48:4 (2006), 771-781.
  12. L. Reddick, W. Jacobson, A. Linse, DY, A Framework for Inclusive Teaching in STEM Disciplines, in Teaching Inclusively: Diversity and Faculty Development, edited by Matt Ouellett, New Forums Press, Stillwater, OK, 2006.
  13. R. LeVeque, DY, Solitary waves in layered nonlinear media, SIAM Journal on Applied Math, 63:5 (2003), 1539-1560.
  14. R. LeVeque, DY, Phase Plane Behavior of Solitary Waves in Nonlinear Layered Media, Proc. 10th Intl. Conf. on Hyperbolic Problems, 2002.
  15. K. Spaulding, DY, A. D. Kim, N. Kutz, Nonlinear dynamics of mode-locking optical fiber ring lasers, J. Opt. Soc. Am. B, 19 (2002), 1045-1054.
  16. DY, J. Kevorkian, Solving boundary-value problems for systems of hyperbolic conservation laws with rapidly varying coefficients, Studies in Applied Mathematics, 108 (2002), 259-303.
  17. DY, J. Kevorkian, Initial Boundary-Value Problems for a Pair of Conservation Laws, Studies in Applied Mathematics, 108 (2001), 351-368.
  18. I. Spitkovsky, DY, Almost periodic factorization of certain block triangular matrix functions, Math. Comp., 69 (2000), 1053-1070.


GRANTS

  1. Co-PI for NSF DUE Grant 1439917, "Math for America Los Angeles: Putting Research into Practice to Raise Teacher Quality and Retention and Student Performance," with PI Karen Gallagher and co-PI Scott Thomas; effective September 1, 2014 to August 31, 2019; est $2.7m (includes cost share). Please see www.mathforamerica.org/la for more information.
  2. Co-PI for NSF DUE Grant 1244786, "Probing the Inverted Classroom: A Controlled Study of Teaching and Learning Outcomes in Undergraduate Chemistry, Engineering, and Mathematics", with PI Nancy Lape, co-PIs Rachel Levy and Karl Haushalter; effective October 1, 2013 to September 30, 2016; $199,544. Please see invertedclassroomstudy.g.hmc.edu for more information.
  3. Co-PI for NSF DUE Grant 1239919, "Claremont Colleges Collaborative for Mathematics and Science Education: Phase II Noyce Project," with PI David Drew and Co-PI Lisa Loop; effective October 1, 2012 to Sept 30, 2017; $798,750.
  4. Co-PI for NSF DUE Grant 1136415, "Math for America Los Angeles: Empowering Master Teachers to be Instructional and Institutional Change Agents," with PI Karen Gallagher, Co-PI Margaret Grogan; effective October 1, 2011 to Sept 30, 2017; est $3.3m award (includes cost share). Please see www.mathforamerica.org/la for more information.
  5. Co-PI for NSF DUE Grant 0934923, "Math for America Los Angeles: Improving Student Achievement by Focusing on Teacher Quality, Preparation and Professional Development," with PI Karen Gallagher, Co-PI Margaret Grogan; effective July 1, 2009 to June 30, 2014; est. $1,500,000 award. Please see www.mathforamerica.org/la for more information.
  6. PI for NSF DUE Grant 0717490, "Online Resources to Improve the Teaching and Learning of Differential Equations: Encouraging the Wide-Spread Use of Modeling and Computing", Co-PI Robert Borrelli, effective September 1, 2007 to August 31, 2013, est $499,792 award. Please see www.codee.org for more information.
  7. Co-PI for NSF DUE Grant 0532064, "The Claremont College Robert Noyce Collaborative: Recruiting Academically Distinguished and Diverse Mathematics and Science Teachers for Poor Urban Schools", effective October 1, 2005 to September 30, 2012, est $552,781 award.


PATENTS

  1. J. Egan, L. Gordon, M. Hunt, M. Pavlovskaia, T. Pham, W. Tipton, DY, "Camera-Based Document Imaging," U.S. Provisional Patent Application #61/126,779, filed on May 6, 2008.
  2. DY, N. Lape, B. Chow, R. Grimes, S. Ettinger, W. Wei, J. Kraus, J.V. Hong, J. Lin, "Safe and Compact Machine for Rapidly Producing Frozen Confections", U.S. Provisional Patent Application #13/527,243, filed on June 19, 2012.


PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES


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