John Burke

Meet Your Professor:

I did my undergraduate work at the University of Michigan, earning a Bachelors degree in Mathematics with a minor in Computer Science and received both a Masters degree in Mathematics and a Masters degree in Computer Science from the University of Colorado.

For over 25 years I worked in industry managing IT departments for a diverse collection of companies before returning in 2003 to my original love: teaching Mathematics.

Since then I have taught over 250 classes at 5 different schools, teaching nearly everything from Arithmetic to Calculus III. I am particularly interested in the intersection of technology, mathematics and teaching.

I live with my wife, Ann, and Siberian Husky, Mariah, in Natomas. In my spare time, I like to read, travel and keep at least one finger in technology.

Office: Howard Hall 118
Telephone: (916) 484-8601

Fall 2020 Schedule:
-----Math 120 (12390) Intermediate Algebra: MW 1:30 - 3:50 (Remote Live via Zoom)
-----Math 373 (12476) Trigonometry for Calculus: TTh 12:45 - 2:50 (Remote Live via Zoom)
-----Math 373 (13467) Trigonometry for Calculus: TTh 8:45 - 10:50 (Remote Live via Zoom)
----------MathS 73 (13560) Support Course for 13467: Fully Online

Tentative Fall 2020 Office Hours (via email or Zoom):
-----MW 11:00 - 12:30
-----TTh 3:30 - 4:30
-----and by appointment