N. Samuel Brannen
 Chair, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
 Sonoma State University
 Darwin 114B
 7076642591
 brannen@sono ma.edu
About me
I am a professor of mathematics, and am currently serving as chair of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Sonoma State University in Rohnert Park, CA. I also serve as the campus coordinator for the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP).
Recent publications (3 of 6 publications)
Brannen, N. Samuel. 2009. Geometry with Projects and Explorations. First edition. Pearson.
Brannen, N. 2005. ThreeDimensional Projection Bodies. Advances in Geometry 5: 113.
Brannen, N.S. 2004. Logarithmic differentiation: Two wrongs make a right. College Mathematics Journal Nov: 388390.
Publications

Brannen, N. Samuel. 2009. Geometry with Projects and Explorations. First edition. Pearson.

Brannen, N. 2005. ThreeDimensional Projection Bodies. Advances in Geometry 5: 113.

Brannen, N.S. 2004. Logarithmic differentiation: Two wrongs make a right. College Mathematics Journal Nov: 388390.

Brannen, N. 2001. The Sun, the Moon, and Convexity. College Mathematics Journal 32: 268272.

Brannen, N.S. 1996. Volumes of projection bodies. Mathematika: A Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics Dec: 255264.

Brannen, N. 1994. The Wills conjecture. Transactions of the American Mathematical Society Oct: 39773987.
Educational Background
19951997 – Post Doctoral Studies, Sophia University, Tokyo Japan (Mathematics)
1994 – Ph.D., University of California at Davis (Mathematics)
1991 – M.A., University of California at Davis (Mathematics)
19871989 – Major in Mathematics, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA (Mathematics)
1983 – B.A., University of California at Berkeley (Asian Studies)
Positions & Honors
2009 – Chair, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Sonoma State University
2003 – Coordinator, Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation, Sonoma State University