Phone: (415) 482-3770, Ext. 7
His current work as faculty at Dominican University of California includes teaching in both the Mathematics and Business Departments in different topics regarding Mathematics, Organizational Behavior, and International Business Management.
His current research interests includes the areas of History of Mathematics and Science in the XVI through XVIII centuries; as well as the impact and uses of social networking tools in business management and organizational behavior.
“Jesuit Education and Mathematics: Review of Literature on the History of Jesuit Education and Mathematics”: VDM Verlag (September 27, 2009). ISBN-13: 978-3639198058
Book description: The purpose of the book is a review of recent literature on diverse aspects of Jesuit Education including its historiography, pedagogy, teaching practices, philosophy, and its contributions to the field of Mathematics. The time frame studied has been divided in four main periods. Origins; encompassing the founding of the Society of Jesus in 1540 to the publication of the third and final draft of the Ratio Studiorum in 1599. Expansion; covering from the publication of the Ratio to the suppression of the Society in 1773. Restoration; covering the period between the restoration of the Society in 1814 until the beginning of the Vatican II Council. The final period is Renewal; covering the Society in the post-Vatican era to the present day.
Sullivan/Miranda "Calculus", to be published by W.H. Freeman (2014)
Special Lectures and Presentations:
“Doing Business in Latin America" Global Strategic Management - MBA Program at Dominican University of California
“Jesuit Education and Mathematics” Faculty at the Tamalpais High School District History Department (Marin County)
"Mathematics of Voting and Apportionment" Marin Math Circle, Dominican University of California
"Mathematics of Digital Signals: Analog/Digital and Digital/Analog conversion", Marin Math Circle, Dominican University of California