Dominic Klyve is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Central Washington University. He has diverse research interests, and works actively as a number theorist, an applied statistician, and a historian of mathematics and science. He is the author of over three dozen peer-reviewed journal articles in fields ranging from pure mathematics to Shakespeare Studies and the History of Biology.
Professor Klyve is a dedicated teacher in both the Department of Mathematics and the William O. Douglas Honors College. In 2014, his teaching was recognized by the Mathematical Association of America, which selected him as a winner of the Alder Award, given to a young faculty member whose teaching has been shown to be influential both within and beyond the classroom. He has lectured across the country and around the world, and has held visiting positions in Canada and New Zealand.
Professor Klyve is the co-founder of the Euler Archive, the Chair of the Math and Computer Science Division of the Council on Undergraduate Research, and the founder and first chair of the Special Interest Group on Undergraduate Research for the Mathematical Association of America.
Klyve is a Principal Investigator for the National Science Foundation-funded grant TRansforming Instruction in Undergraduate Mathematics via Primary Historical Sources (TRIUMPHS), which develops modules to teach standard topics in university mathematics through Primary Historical Sources. Check out the grant web page, and consider becoming a Site Tester!