Jackson Carpenter

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University of Colorado Boulder
Department of Mathematics
Graduate Student
Office: MATH 210
MARC hours for Fall 2021: 11am-12pm on Wednesdays

Email: Jackson (dot) Carpenter (at) colorado (dot) edu

Ph.D. student in Mathematics at University of Colorado Boulder, present

B.S. in Mathematics from Arizona State University, May 2021


My research interests lie in the broad field of mathematical analysis and I am excited to hone these interests in the coming years!

Past Research Projects

Undergraduate Honors Thesis (2021)

Advised by Donald Jones and John Quigg.

For my thesis (link below), I wrote a supplemental textbook for an Introductory Real Analysis (IRA) course offered at Arizona State University. I researched both IRA pedagogy and effective textbook-creation to hopefully create an approachable introduction to real analysis for math majors and non-math majors alike. An emphasis is placed on visual explanations where applicable and examples with hints to solve them.

A Supplement to ASU's MAT 370: Examples and Applications


Teaching Assistant

Course Semester(s)
Calculus II Fall 2021


Course Semester(s)