Meredith L. Greer

Professor of Mathematics

Associations

Mathematics

Hathorn Hall, Room 205

207-786-6283mgreer@bates.edu

About

Meredith Greer is in the Mathematics Department. Her research projects have included the spread of H1N1 influenza and mumps on college campuses; conspiracy theory modeling; oscillation in historical smallpox data; effects of Gloeotrichia echinulata on lake eutrophication; dynamics of softball pitching; prion proliferation; collaborations between mathematics and other courses (including rhetoric and biology) for student engagement and new understandings; a course on precalculus-level mathematics topics motivated by scientific applications; and development of math epidemiology teaching materials for undergraduates.

Courses taught by Professor Greer include Mathematical Models in Biology, Agent-Based Modeling with NetLogo, Calculus, Mathematics Across the Sciences, Introduction to Abstraction, Real Analysis, Senior Seminar, and more.