Teaching
Andrew M. Ross
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Tips for Future Teachers
 Read the book "Teach like a Champion"I'm not advocating wholesale adoption of every
recommendation he makes, but at least think about it.
 Join a professional society like the NCTM (for math) or AAPT (for physics).
 Read this article on being a lackluster
candidate when doing job interviews.
My teachingatEMU tips
Want a sinkorswim introduction to LaTeX? See this sample LaTeX file of one of my
journal articles: arossdemolatex.tex.
 At Eastern Michigan University:

 Fall 2006

 Math 118, Linear Models and Probability (sections 3 and 13)
 Math 319, Mathematical Modeling
 At Lehigh University:

 Fall 2003, 2004, 2005

 ISE 111, Engineering Probability
 ISE 439, Queueing Theory
 Spring 2003, 2004, 2004, 2006

 ISE 339,
Stochastic Models and Applications
 Fall 2002

 ISE 111,
Engineering Probability
 Spring 2002

In my grad school days at the IEOR
Dept., UC Berkeley, I was the teaching assistant for:
 Fall 2000

 IEOR 262a, Mathematical Programming I (Prof. Oren)
 Spring 2000

 IEOR 162, Linear Programming (I was actually the instructor)
 Fall 1999

 IEOR 262a, Mathematical Programming I (Prof. Atamturk)
 Spring 1999

 IEOR 166, Decision Analysis (Prof. Oren)
 Fall 1998

 IEOR 262a, Mathematical Programming I (Prof. Oren)
 IEOR 180, Industrial Projects (Prof. Oren)
 Spring 1998

 IEOR 180, Industrial Projects (Prof. Oren)
 CS 9, selfpaced computer science courses (Prof. Clancy)
 Fall 1997

 IEOR 262a, Mathematical Programming I (Prof. Oren)
 CS 9, selfpaced computer science courses (Prof. Clancy)
Awards:
 Academic Years 20032004, 20042005, 20052006: Best ISE Prof. (as voted by students)
 Spring 1999: Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor (as voted by
IEOR faculty)
 Spring 1999: Best Teaching Assistant (as voted by IEOR undergrads)
 Spring 2000: Award for Teaching Excellence (as voted by IEOR undergrads,
typically awarded to professors)