FacultyALL FACULTY

Paul Bialek PhD

Chair, Mathematics Department
Professor of Mathematics

STARTED AT TIU:

1995

EDUCATION

BS, MS, PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

AWARDS, AFFILIATIONS, & ACHIEVEMENTS

Mathematical Association of America
Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences
Associated Colleges of the Chicago Area – Chair of the Mathematics Division in 2001-02
Since 2001, he has graded AP Calculus exams for the College Board.

PUBLICATIONS OF NOTE

He coauthored articles in Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, International Mathematics Research Notices and Canadian Mathematical Society Conference Proceedings.

Prior to coming to Trinity, Dr. Bialek taught as a visiting assistant professor of mathematics at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, California. He also served as a mathematics instructor at the College of Wooster in Ohio and as a teaching assistant at the University of Illinois. Dr. Bialek’s research interests include the history of mathematics, number theory and the Swiss mathematician Leonhard Euler, especially the translation of Euler’s works from Latin to English. Besides Latin, he has studied Spanish, New Testament Greek, Old Testament Hebrew, Chinese, and French.. He coauthored articles in Convergence, Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, International Mathematics Research Notices and Canadian Mathematical Society Conference Proceedings. Dr. Bialek is a member of the Mathematical Association of America, the Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences, the National Association of Parliamentarians, the Euler Society, and the Associated Colleges of the Chicago Area, for which he served as Chair of the Mathematics Division in 2001-12. Since 2001, he has graded AP Calculus exams for the College Board. Dr. Bialek is currently serving as chair of the Mathematics and Computer Information Systems.