Jason Rosenhouse

Presenter Name: Jason Rosenhouse

City, State/Province, Country: Harrisonburg, VA, USA
Field of Work/Study: Algebraic Graph Theory, Analytic Number Theory, Recreational Mathematics, and, Evolution and Creationism

Preferred Method of Contact: Email
Email Address: rosenhjd@jmu.edu
Website: http://educ.jmu.edu/~rosenhjd

Preferred Audience Type(s):

  • High Schoolers
  • College Students
  • Recent College Grads
  • Adults

Preferred Audience Size:

  • Small Groups (Under 30 attendees)
  • Medium-Size Groups (30 to 100 attendees)
  • Large Groups (100 to 300 attendees)
  • Very Large Groups (Over 300 attendees)

Open to Presenting Remotely via Online Video-Conference Tools? Yes, Jason is available for remote video-presenting.

Short Bio: JasonRosenhouse received his Ph.D. in mathematics from Dartmouth College in 2000.  Currently, he is a professor of mathematics at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA.  He is the author/editor of nine books including Games for Your Mind: The History and Future of Logic Puzzles and Among the Creationists: Dispatches From the Anti-Evolutionist Front Line, published by Princeton and Oxford respectively.  With Jennifer Beineke, he is the co-editor of the three-volume Mathematics of Various Entertaining Subjects series, published by Princeton, that showcases research in recreational mathematics.  From 2020-2025 he will be the editor of Mathematics Magazine, published by the Mathematical Association of America.  When not doing math he enjoys playing chess, cooking, and reading locked-room mysteries.

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