David C. Kelly
David C. Kelly, associate professor of mathematics, has taught at New College, Oberlin, and Talladega College.
He holds an AB from Princeton, an SM from MIT, and an AM from Dartmouth. He has, since 1971, directed the well-respected Hampshire College Summer Studies in Mathematics for high ability high school students.
His interests include analysis, probability, the history of mathematics, recreational mathematics, and 17.
School of Natural Science
Recent and Upcoming Courses
NS-0318: Complex Function Theory (Spring 2014)
NS-0112: Puzzles and Paradoxes (Fall 2013)
NS-0112: Puzzles and Paradoxes (Spring 2013)
NS-112T: Puzzles and Paradoxes (Fall 2012)