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 for pre-order 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)