COLLEGES ATTENDED
 August 1983  December 1988
 University of Illinois,
Urbana/Champaign
 M.S. Mathematics, May 1986
 Ph.D. Mathematics, May 1989
Ph.D. Thesis: Efficient Quotient Representation of Meromorphic
Functions
 September 1979  May 1983
 Greenville College
 B.A. Mathematics and Physics, May 1983
 Senior Honors Papers:
 Computer Program Transformations
 Numerical Solution of the Problem of Heat Flow in a Wedge
PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT
 August 1999  present Professor of Mathematics, Southwest Baptist University. Chairman of the
Mathematics Department
 Summer 2006present Directed Math Contest Camp. See information on 2011, 2012, 2013 , and 2014
 2006present Have done some grading for International Baccalaureate
 2011project ended: Grader for online scoring for Math Praxis. Sample Selection meeting May 2011. Promoted to Scoring leader with June 2011 reading.
 May 2008August 2010 Worked with Connect 9an Improving Teacher Quality Grant through Three Rivers Community College.
 Summer 2008 Reader for
AP
Calculus exam in Kansas City, MO
 Summer 2007
Reader for
AP
Calculus exam in Louisville, KY
June 2007
 Summer 20022006
Reader for
AP
Calculus exam in Fort Collins, CO, June 815, 2002;
June 18, 2003;
June 29, 2004, June 19, 2005,
June 2006
 Summer 20042005 Taught a class called "MathCounts Mania" at
Summerscape at Drury University.
 August 1993  August 1999 Associate Professor of Mathematics, Southwest Baptist University.
Chairman of the Mathematics Department
 January 1989  August 1993
Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Southwest Baptist University.
Chairman of Mathematics Department since May 1989 (served in an acting
capacity the first two years of that time).
 Summer 1992
Summer Faculty Research Participation appointment at
Argonne National Laboratory . Working
with Dr. Jim Boyle in Computer Program Transformations
using TAMPR.
 August 1983  December 1988 Teaching Assistant and Research Assistant in Mathematics at the
University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign.
 June 1983  August 1983 and September 1982  December 1982
Student Researcher at Argonne National Laboratory. Worked with Dr. Jim
Boyle in Computer Program Transformations using TAMPR.
 June 1982  August 1982
Summer intern at McDonnell Douglas Research Laboratory. Programmed in
FORTRAN to control realtime wind tunnel experiments with Dr. Miklos
Sajben.
 January 1983  May 1983 and May 1980  May 1982 Student programmer in COBOL at Greenville College.
PRESENTATIONS
 A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words, presented Nov. 14, 2015 at the MAKO Conference.
 PreCalculus Animations with GeoGebra, presented October 3, 2015 at the Kansas City Regional Mathematics Technology Expo.
 Calculus Animations with Geogebra presented March 27 in Rolla, MO at the Missouri Section of the Mathematical Association of America Spring Conference.
 GeoGebra Workshop: presented December 5, 2014 at MCTM Conference in Columbia, MO.
 Learning from Mistakes on the MCTM Middle School Contest: presented December 5, 2014 at MCTM Conference in Columbia, MO.
 Not actually a presentation, but Dr. Hopkins has prepared a variety of GeoGebra worksheets for various classes. Information on those is available at https://sites.google.com/site/collegealgebraworksheets/geogebraresources
 GeoGebra Workshop: presented December 6, 2013 at MCTM Conference in Columbia, MO.
 GeoGebra Workshop: presented October 5, 2013 at Southwest Missouri District Association of Math Teachers.
 GeoGebra training: presented August 12, 2013 at Raytown Schools
 Calculus Animations with Geogebra presented April 18, 2013 at the
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Annual Meeting in Denver. Preliminary version of the talk is available https://sites.google.com/site/drhopkinsbackground/home/presentationhandouts/nctm13talk.zip?attredirects=0&d=1
 Calculus Animations with Geogebra, PreCalculus Animations with Geogebra, and General Geogebra presented October 26, 2012 at Kansas Association of Mathematics Teacher Conference in Pittsburg, KS. I hope to show some of the worksheets I have developed for use in my College Algebra class. https://sites.google.com/site/collegealgebraworksheets/ should get you to the current list of these worksheets. All three presentations, and associated geogebra files, are zipped in one file here.
 Encouraging Math Contest Participationpresented Sept. 8 at Springfield Catholic High School and Sept. 29, 2012 at
Southwest Missouri
District Association of Math Teachers. Here you can download a zipped version of the entire presentation.
 Calculus Animations with Geogebra presented
March 23, 2012 at the International
Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in Orlando.
Here you
can download a zipped version of entire presentation.

Calculus Animations with Geogebra presented October
27, 2011 at the
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Regional
Conference in St. Louis.

ALEKS
presented October 8, 2011 at the
Kansas City Regional Technology
Expo.

Calculus Animations with Geogebra presented April 15, 2011 at the
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Annual
Meeting in Indianapolis. Here you can download a zipped version of entire presentation.

PreCalculus Animations with Geogebra presented February 28, 2011 at the
Interface B.

PreCalculus Animations with Geogebra presented December 3, 2010 at Missouri
Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference.
Here you can download a zipped version of
entire presentation.

Math Contest Probability presented October 2, 2010 at the
Southwest Missouri
District Association of Math Teachers.
Here you can see an pdf version of the presentation to Middle School teachers
and here a pdf version of the
Elementary School teacher presentation..

Calculus Animations with Geogebra
presented October 1, 2010 at the
Kansas City Regional Technology
Expo.

How to Recognize a ParabolaGeogebra
style presented April 10, 2010 at the Missouri Section of the
Mathematical Association of America in Warrensburg. You can download a zipped version of the presentation and all the geogebra files used to demonstrate.

Online Math Games presented October 24, 2009 at the Southwest Missouri
District Association of Math Teachers.
Here you can see an pdf version of the presentation to Middle School teachers
(also did an Elementary School version, just a different ordering of the
sites).

Classroom
Response Systems presented October 3, 2008 at the National Council
of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Conference in Oklahoma City.

TI Study Cards presented October 3, 2008
at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Conference in
Oklahoma City.

Math Contest Camp presented Sept. 18, 2008, at the Math Educators
of South Central Missouri in West Plain, MO.
 Classroom Response Systems:
presented Nov. 30, 2007 at Missouri
Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference.
 Classroom Response Systems:
presented Nov. 1, 2007 at SBU
conference for first
year teachers.
 Classroom Response Systems:
presented Oct. 26, 2007 at National
Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Regional conference in Kansas City.
 Classroom Response Systems:
presented March, 2007 at Missouri
Section of the Mathematical Association of America meeting.
 Classroom Response Systems:
was to be presented Dec. 1, 2006 at Missouri
Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference, but bad weather
prevented attendance.
 TI
Study Cards presented
October 1, 2005, at MEGSL (Math Educators of Greater St. Louis)
conference, October 7, 2005, at Kansas City Area Math Technology Expo,
and December 2, 2005, at Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics
conference.
 Experiences of a Beginning MathCounts Coach presented
October 11, 2004 at the Gifted
Association of Missouri Conference. This was also presented December 3,
2004 at Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference and
February, 2005 at InterfaceA and B conferences at TanTarA, MO.
 Careers in Mathematics presented April 6, 2004 at Clever
High School.
 Careers in Mathematics presented December 6, 2002 at MCTM conference in Columbia,
MO.
 How Can Computers Help Math Teachers? presented March 14,
2002 at Southwest Missouri District Association of Math Teachers.
 How Can Computers Help Elementary Math Teachers? presented
February 22, 2002 at InterfaceA conference at TanTarA,
MO.
 How Can Computers Help Elementary Math Teachers? presented
Dec. 78, 2001 at MCTM conference
in Columbia, MO.
 How Can Computers Help Elementary Math Teachers? presented
October 6, 2001 at Southwest Baptist University's Education
Day. Participants
actually are in the lab and could read, follow links, and experiment
with online activities as they wanted to during the presentation.
 My Computer ... Funny?? presented February, 2000 at
Interface '2000 A and B.
 My Computer ... Funny?? presented December, 1999 at the
MCTM conference in Columbia, MO.
 My Computer ... Funny?? presented November12, 1999 at the
NCTM regional conference in Topeka, KS.
 Preparing a Class Website at Southwest Baptist
University's Education Day held October 9, 1999. Participants
actually are in the lab and could read, follow links, and experiment
with a web page editor as they wanted to during the presentation.
It will be more of a handson learning experience than a presentation.
 What is the Internet? Free Community Presentation for
Bolivar, Missouri, held Feb. 18, 1999 at Polk County Christian
School.
 How the Internet Can Help Meet Teachers’ Needs at
Interface C, 1999 February 22, 1999 at TanTarA,
MO.
 Preparing a Class Website at Interface B, 1999
February 19, 1999 at TanTarA, MO.
 How the Internet Can Help Meet Teachers’ Needs at the
Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics held December 45, 1998, in
Columbia, MO.
 How Can the Internet Help Teachers? at the Southern
Regional Conference of the National
Council of Teachers of Mathematics held October 2931, 1998, in
Little Rock, Arkansas.
 Preparing a Class Website at Southwest Baptist
University's Education Day October 10, 1998. . Participants
actually are in the lab and could read, follow links, and experiment
with a web page editor as they wanted to during the presentation.
It was more of a handson learning experience than a presentation.
 Professional Development Opportunities which Involve Higher
Education as part of a panel presentation at the 1998 Articulation
and Transfer Conference, held Feb. 1112, at TanTarA, MO.
 How Can the Internet Help Teachers? at the Central
Regional Conference of the National
Council of Teachers of Mathematics held January 2931, 1998, in St.
Louis, Missouri. Here
you can see an html version of the presentation (which is the same as
the previous two presentations with the same name)
 How Can the Internet Help Teachers? at Southwest Baptist
University's Education Day October 18, 1997. Participants actually are in the lab and could read and follow links as
they wanted to during the presentation. It was more of a handson
learning experience than a presentation.
 How Can the Internet Help Teachers? at Science Teachers
of Missouri Fall Conference October 17, 1997.
 What‘s Available on the World Wide Web? at
Greenville, Illinois, Kiwanis Club, July 22, 1997.
 What‘s Available on the World Wide Web? at
Warsaw High School Math Banquet, May 12, 1997.
 What Educational Materials are Available on the
World Wide Web? at Interface '97 B February 27March 1, 1997 at
TanTarA.
 What Educational Materials are Available on the
World Wide Web? at Central Regional Conference of the National Council of Teachers of
Mathematics held Oct. 1012, 1996, in Kansas City, Missouri.
 What Educational Materials are Available on the
World Wide Web? at Southwest Baptist University's 9th Annual
Education
Day Conference held Oct. 5, 1996.
 Introduction to Mathematica
, presented at the Regional meeting of the National Council of
Teachers of Mathematics, held in Springfield, MO Oct. 1214, 1995.
 What is CDROM? A Look at a CDROM Calculus Text at the
Central Plains Small College Computing Conference in Bolivar, MO,
March 31April 1, 1995.
 What is CDROM? A Look at a CDROM Calculus Text at the
Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics Meeting in Columbia,
MO, Dec. 23, 1994.
 What is CDROM? A Look at a CDROM Calculus Text at the
Southern Region Meeting of the National Council of Teachers of
Mathematics, Oct. 1315, 1994 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
 Results of an InService Training for Missouri Secondary
Mathematics Teachers in the Use of Graphing Utilities presented
Dec. 3, 1993, with Bob Glasgow at the Missouri Council of Teachers of
Mathematics
fall meeting.
 Results of an InService Training for Missouri Secondary
Mathematics Teachers in the Use of Graphing Utilities presented
Oct. 2, 1993, with Bob Glasgow at the Third Annual Greater Kansas City
Regional Mathematics Technology Expo.
 Interface '93 Using Animation to Teach Mathematics ,
Feb. 21 & 23, 1993.
 Various software workshops in the Springfield Public
High Schools, fall 1992 and spring 1993.
 Introducing Mathematica at Warsaw High School Mathematics
Banquet, May 12, 1992.
 Interface '92 Function Graphing Software , Three
Dimensional Software, Computer Algebra Systems, Feb. 24,
1992, with Bob Glasgow.
MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES
PROFESSIONAL MEETING ATTENDED
 ARML Competition, June 2014.
 Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference, December 2013.
 ARML Competition, June 2013.
 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting in Denver April 1819, 2013.
 ARML Competition, June 2012.
 Twenty Fourth Annual International Conference on Technology in
Collegiate Mathematics at Orlando, FL March 2324, 2012.
 National Council of
Teachers of Mathematics Regional Conference October 2728, 2011, in St.
Louis, MO.
 Kansas City Area Math Technology Expo, October 8, 2011.
 National Council of
Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting April 2011, in
Indianapolis, Indiana.
 Southwest Missouri District Association of Math Teachers, Spring,
2011.
 Missouri Council of Teachers of
Mathematics conference, December 2010.
 Southwest Missouri District Association of Math Teachers, Fall,
2010.
 Kansas City Area Math Technology Expo, October 1, 2010.
 ARML Competition, June 2010.
 Missouri Section of Mathematical Association of America, April 10, 2010
 Southwest Missouri District Association of Math Teachers, Spring,
2010.
 Southwest Missouri District Association of Math Teachers, Fall,
2009.
 ARML Competition, May 2009.
 Southwest Missouri District Association of Math Teachers, Spring,
2009.
 Southwest Missouri District Association of Math Teachers, Fall,
2008.
 National Council of
Teachers of Mathematics Regional Meeting Oct. 23, 2008, in
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
 ARML Competition, May 2008.
 Southwest Missouri District Association of Math Teachers, Spring,
2008.
 Missouri Council of Teachers of
Mathematics conference, December
2007.
 National Council of
Teachers of Mathematics Regional Meeting Oct. 2526, 2007, in
Kansas City, Missouri.
 Southwest Missouri District Association of Math Teachers, Spring, Fall,
2007.
 Missouri Section of the Mathematical Association of America
meeting at Point Lookout, MO March 2007.
 National Council of
Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting April 2006, in
St. Louis, Missouri.
 Missouri Council of Teachers of
Mathematics conference, December
2, 2005.
 Kansas City Area Math Technology Expo, October 7, 2005.
 MEGSL
(Math Educators of Greater St. Louis) conference, October 1, 2005.
 Gifted Association of Missouri, Oct. 11, 2004.
 Southwest Missouri District Association of Math Teachers, March
11, 2004.
 Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics Meeting in Columbia,
MO Dec. 4, 2003.
 Southwest Missouri District Association of Math Teachers, October
9, 2003.
 Mathematics PreService Teacher Leadership Conference, April 45,
2003.
 Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics Meeting in Columbia,
MO Dec. 67, 2002.
 Southwest Missouri District Association of Math Teachers, March
14, 2002
 Mathematics PreService Teacher Conference, March, 2002.
 Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics Meeting in Columbia,
MO Dec. 78, 2001.
 Mathematics PreService Teacher Conference, March, 2001.
 Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics Meeting in Columbia,
MO Dec. 4, 1999.
 Regional Conference of the
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics November 14, 1999, in
Topeka, KS.
 Missouri Mathematics Leadership Conference, May 1315, 1999 at
Lake Ozark, MO.
 Interface '99 C February 22, 1999 at TanTarA.
 Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics Meeting in Columbia,
MO Dec. 45, 1998.
 Southern Regional Conference of the National Council of Teachers of
Mathematics October 2931, 1998, in Little Rock, AR.
 1998 Articulation and Transfer Conference, held Feb. 1112, at
TanTarA, MO.
 Central Regional Conference of the National Council of Teachers of
Mathematics held January 2931, 1998, in St. Louis, Missouri.
 Interface '97 B February 28, 1997 at TanTarA.
 National Council of
Teachers of Mathematics Regional Meeting Oct. 1012, 1996, in
Kansas City, Missouri.
 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Meeting
Oct. 1214, 1995, in Springfield, Missouri.
 Missouri Section of the
Mathematical Association of America meeting in Warrensburg, MO
April 7, 1995.
 Central Plains Small College Computing Conference in Bolivar, MO
March 31April 1, 1995.
 (MAT)2 Middle School Math Teachers Preparation ConferenceJan.
24, 1995, at Lake of the Ozarks.
 Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics Meeting in Columbia,
MO Dec. 23, 1994.
 Southern Region Meeting of the National Council of Teachers of
Mathematics, Oct. 1315, 1994, at Tulsa, Oklahoma.
 Missouri Section of the Mathematical Association of America
meeting in Joplin, MO April 1994.
 1993 Fall Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics meeting in
Columbia, MO Dec. 34, 1993.
 Third Annual Greater Kansas City Regional Mathematics Technology
Expo , Oct. 12, 1993.
 Interface 93 at TanTarA Feb. 21 & 23, 1993.
 Fifth Annual International Conference on Technology in
Collegiate Mathematics at Chicago, IL Nov. 1315, 1992.
 Interface 92 at TanTarA Feb. 24, 1992.
 Fourth Annual International Conference on Technology in
Collegiate Mathematics at Portland, OR Nov. 1517, 1991.
 Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences
meeting at Wheaton, IL May 1991.
 Missouri Section of the Mathematical Association of America
meeting at Rolla, MO April 1991.
 Missouri Section of the Mathematical Association of America
meeting at Point Lookout, MO April 1990.
MATH CAMPS AND CONTESTS COORDINATED
 Math Contest Camp has been held each summer since 2006. Over 11 years, 26 weeks of camp have been hosted with 592 students attending.
 A complete history of contests is available here. As of December, 2016, the count is at 68 with about 12,093 students participating.
WORKSHOPS HELD

Assisting with
Connect 9an
Improving Teacher Quality Grant through Three Rivers Community
College. Workshop August 47, 2008 in Poplar Bluff, MO. In 2009
workshop is August August 37. In 2010 workshop is August 26.
 InService Training for Missouri Mathematics and Science
Teachers in the Use of the Internet . Held June 611, 1318,
2025, and 27July 2, 1999, at Penn Valley
Community College Kansas City, MO. Funded for $73,478 by a Dwight
D. Eisenhower Grant, Cycle XVI. Serving as Project Codirector with Mr.
Tim Chappell of Penn Valley Community College.
 InService Training for Willow Springs School District .
Held Aug. 35, 1998 with Mr.
Tim Chappell of Penn Valley Community College.
 InService Training for Missouri Mathematics and Science
Teachers
in the Use of the Internet . Held June 712, June 1419, July
510, and July
1217, 1998, at Penn Valley
Community College Kansas City, MO. Funded for $69,733 by a Dwight
D. Eisenhower Grant, Cycle XV. Serving as Project Codirector with Mr.
Tim Chappell of Penn Valley Community College.
 InService Training for Missouri Mathematics and Science
Teachers
in the Use of the Internet . Held June 813, June 1520, June
2227, and June 29July 3, 1997, at Penn Valley
Community College Kansas City, MO. Funded for $68,737 by a Dwight
D. Eisenhower Grant, Cycle XIV. Served as Project Codirector with Mr.
Tim Chappell of Penn Valley Community College. The site
developed
to disseminate information about these workshops has been recognized
for inclusion in THE Journal 's Road Map to the Web for Educators II.
 InService Training for Missouri Mathematics and Science
Teachers
in the Use of the Internet . Held July 1419 and July 2126, 1996,
at North Central Missouri College
, Trenton, MO. Funded for $30,420 by a Dwight D. Eisenhower Grant,
Cycle XIII. Served as Project Codirector with Mr.
Tim Chappell , then of North Central Missouri College.
 InService Training for Missouri Secondary Mathematics
Teachers in the Use of Graphing Utilities. Held July 30Aug. 4 and
Aug. 611, 1995. Funded for $30,559 by a Dwight D. Eisenhower Grant,
Cycle XI. Served as Project Director.
 InService Training for Missouri Secondary Mathematics
Teachers in the Use of Graphing Utilities. Held Aug. 713, 1994.
Funded for $17,449 by a Dwight D. Eisenhower Grant, Cycle X. Served as
Project Director.
 InService Training for Missouri Secondary Mathematics
Teachers in the Use of Graphing Utilities. Held Aug. 814, 1993.
Funded for $14,472 by a Dwight D. Eisenhower Grant, Cycle IX. Served as
Project Director.
WORKSHOPS ATTENDED
 Introducing Calculus T/L II: A four hour workshop with
J.D. Child at the Fourth Annual International Conference on
Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, November 1991.
 Technology Strategies Workshop: A Twoweek Workshop at
Ohio State, summer 1991.
 Introducing Derive: A four hour workshop at the
Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences meeting, May
1991.
 Introducing Derive: A four hour workshop at the Missouri
Section of the Mathematical Association of America, April 1991.
PUBLICATIONS Contributed essay to
Festschrift: “My Name is Frank and
That’s Who I Am” (ISBN:
9780996416504)
 Editted Use of Internet Newsletter, fall 1999 to
disseminate results of 1999 Summer Workshops. The newsletter was
composed by pulling information from Use of Internet HomePages .
 Use of Internet HomePages , edited Feb. 1999February
2000 to disseminate results of 1999 Summer Workshops.
 Editted Use of Internet Newsletter , Novemer
1998January 1999 to disseminate results of 1998 Summer
Workshops. The newsletter was composed by pulling information
from Use of Internet HomePages .
 Use of Internet HomePages , edited Feb. 1998February
1999 to disseminate results of 1998 Summer Workshops.
 Edited Use of Internet Newsletter , January 1998 to
disseminate results of 1997 Summer Workshops. The newsletter was
composed by pulling information from Use of Internet HomePages .
 Use of Internet HomePages , edited Feb. 1997February
1998 to disseminate results of 1997 Summer Workshops. These have
been recognized by THE Journal 's Road Map to the Web for Educators II .
 Edited Use of Internet Newsletter, November 1996 to
disseminate results of 1996 Summer Workshops.
 Use of Internet HomePages , edited May 1996February 1997
to disseminate results of 1996 Summer Workshops.
 Southwest Baptist University Mathematics
Department Web Site in its earliest form.
 Graphing Utilities Newsletter, edited November and
December 1995 to disseminate results of 1995 Summer Workshops.
 Directory of Software Reviews from Graphing Utilities
Workshop , edited August 1995.
 Graphing Utilities Newsletter, edited October and December
1994 to disseminate results of 1994 Summer Workshop.
 Directory of Software Reviews from Graphing Utilities
Workshop , edited August 1994.
 Graphing Utilities Newsletter, edited October and December
1993 to disseminate results of 1993 Summer Workshop.
 Directory of Software Reviews from Graphing Utilities
Workshop , edited August 1993.
 Departmental Newsletter, published annually 19911993,
1997.
 Where Do You Find Software Reviews?: talk coauthored with
Bob Glasgow and presented Nov. 15, 1992, and appearing in Proceedings
of Fifth Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate
Mathematics .
 Visualization in Calculus II: talk presented Nov. 16,
1991, and appearing in Proceedings of Fourth Annual International
Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics.
BOOKS REVIEWED
 Fall 2012, class tested Calculus III book by Briggs, Cochran, which included interactive figures. Reviewed a section of a new PreCalculus book by Shulz, Briggs, Cochran which is also from Pearson which will include interactive figures as well.
 Focus Group Participant for PreCalculus Project and Calculus Technology
Project at Twenty Fourth Annual International Conference on Technology in
Collegiate Mathematics at Orlando, FL March 2324, 2012.
 Reviewer for Wilson's
College Algebra in Fall, 2009.
 Reviewer for Smith/Minton Calculus, third edition, 2006.
 Reviewer for Coburn College
Algebra, 2006.
 Reviewer for Mathematical Marvels card series from W.H. Freeman
in Fall, 2005.
 Reviewer for
Rogawski's Calculus in Fall, 2005.
 Reviewer for NSF AP Incentive Grants in February, 2005.
 Answer Checker for Chapters 1, 7 & 9 for
Lial/Miller/Hornsby, Introductory Algebra, 5th edtion.
 Reviewer for Calculus with Derive for Brooks/Cole
Publishing Company, November 1993.
 An initial reviewer (May 1993) for Active Calculus , an
ambitious Calculus Interactive Textbook Project conducted by
Brooks/Cole Publishing Company. The interactive text is to use Calculus
T/L II.
OTHER PAPERS
 An Informal Introduction to Program Transformation and
Parallel Processors, Argonne National Laboratory preprint
MCSP3180892, September 1992.
 An Informal Introduction to Program Transformation ,
Argonne National Laboratory preprint MCSP3190892, September 1992.
 An Informal Introduction to Parallel Processors , Argonne
National Laboratory preprint MCSP3200892, September 1992.
HONORS
In May 2011, honored with the Parkway Distinguished Professor
Award.
Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 2010 Outstanding
PostSecondary Teacher of the Year Award.
Featured in SBU Life Faculty Feature, Fall 2010:
http://www.sbuniv.edu/Alumni/SBULife/SBULife_Fall2010.pdf
Southwest Baptist University, College of Science and Mathematics Faculty Service Award, April 2007
Southwest Baptist University Faculty Life Beautiful Award, 2006,
http://www.sbuniv.edu/academics/faculty/LifeBeautiful/2006_LifeBeau.htm
Empire’s Who’s Who, 2006.
Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers9th edition, 8th edition, 7th edition
Who's Who in American Education7th edition
Who's Who in America60th edition, 59th edition, 58th edition
Was considered for Who’s Who in the World
COMMUNITY SERVICE
 The work with math contest has been something I have viewed as community
service.
 Coached my children, and others, in after school math contest
preparation (11 years and counting)
 Served as a coach for Missouri ARML (American Regions Math League) team
(7 years and counting)
 Coached my children, and others, in a variety of sports (basketball,
soccer, baseball/softball, 20 times)
 Worked with children and youth at church in VBS, children’s choir, and
youth handbells (16 years and counting)
This web page is produced by the Mathematics Department at Southwest
Baptist University. It was created March 14, 1996, by Dr.
Kevin W. Hopkins and will be periodically updated by him.
Questions/Comments
can be sent to him . It was
last updated November, 2014.
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