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Clark Bray
Associate Professor of the Practice of Mathematics

I am interested in:

1. the execution and continual refinement of my teaching methods, in terms of both the

mathematical choices and the style of presentation;

2. the continual evaluation of course content and materials with an eye for the intellectual

objectives of the Department of Mathematics, the ever-changing demands to be faced by

the students after completion of the course, and the overall satisfaction of the students;

3. the execution and continual refinement of the administration of the undergraduate pro-

gram of the Department of Mathematics, appropriate to my position as the Supervisor

of First-Year Instruction.

1. the execution and continual refinement of my teaching methods, in terms of both the

mathematical choices and the style of presentation;

2. the continual evaluation of course content and materials with an eye for the intellectual

objectives of the Department of Mathematics, the ever-changing demands to be faced by

the students after completion of the course, and the overall satisfaction of the students;

3. the execution and continual refinement of the administration of the undergraduate pro-

gram of the Department of Mathematics, appropriate to my position as the Supervisor

of First-Year Instruction.

### Office Hours

Students can find my course office hours on my class webpages.

### Current Appointments & Affiliations

- Associate Professor of the Practice of Mathematics, Mathematics, Trinity College of Arts & Sciences 2012
- Supervisor of First-Year Instruction (SFI) of Mathematics, Mathematics, Trinity College of Arts & Sciences 2011

### Contact Information

- 123 Physics Bldg, Durham, NC 27708
- Box 90320, Durham, NC 27708-0320
- cbray@math.duke.edu (919) 660-2822
- Book Webpage (for links to my multivariable calculus textbook, video lectures, and video exercises)
- Class Webpages
- Enrollment Policies Page (for information about wait lists, permission numbers,...)
- Placement Page (for information relating to your first math course selection)
- YouTube Channel (for video lectures, video exercises)

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