Sarah Klanderman, Ph.D.
I am an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Marian University in Indianapolis and an MAA Project NExT fellow (Brown '20 cohort).
I study algebraic topology and am interested in topological (co)Hochschild homology and connections to algebraic K-theory.
I completed my PhD under the direction of Teena Gerhardt at Michigan State, where I received teaching awards from the MSU's math department, the College of Natural Science, and the university as a whole.
Using Graphic Novels in the STEM Classroom
B. Boerman-Cornell, D. Klanderman, J. Ho, and I have written a book about using graphic novels to teach science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. More resources are available on our website, gnclassroom.com.
Our book is available on Bloomsbury's website!
Learn more and check out our article on The Conversation: 3 reasons we use graphic novels to teach math and physics.
Michigan State UniversityPhD in Math
Michigan State UniversityMasters of Science
Calvin UniversityBSc Mathematics (honors),BA French (honors)