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Professional Background In Brief:

Dr. Cervone received his B.A. from Williams College in 1984. His undergraduate thesis concerned short cycles and graph coloring on the torus. After graduating from college, Dr. Cervone was hired as a consultant at the User Services division of the University of Rochester Computing Center and was promoted to VAX/VMS Group Leader and then Consulting Group Leader before he left the Computing Center to attend graduate school. He received his Ph.D. from Brown University in 1993 under the direction of Thomas Banchoff, and wrote a thesis investigating polyhedral immersions of surfaces with a minimum number of vertices. He joined the Geometry Center as a postdoc in the fall of 1993, where he was heavily involved in producing materials for the World-Wide Web; see his home page at the Geometry Center, and the list of his activities there. In the fall of 1996, Dr. Cervone was hired as an Assistant Professor by the Mathematics Department of Union College, in Schenectady, New York, where he has been teaching ever since. In the fall of 2001, Dr. Cervone passed his tenure review. In addition to his teaching and research, Dr. Cervone has been active in developing methods of communicating mathematics electronically, and in developing mathematical artwork.

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