William Davidson is an Instructor of Mathematics and Statistics at Saint Mary's University of Minnesota. He has been teaching at Saint Mary's University of Minnesota since 2002. His professional interests include applied mathematics and engineering mechanics. Personal interests include being an amateur astronomer, woodworking, telescope maker, snow observer for the National Weather Service, writing fiction, and investigating his "Davidson Sequence," among the many other interests and hobbies.
M.A., Applied Mathematics, University of North Caroline in Charlotte, 1985
B.S., Engineering Mechanics, Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, MO, 1982
Scholarly &Creative Interests
1989 -1994: Adjunct instructor, Department of Physical and Biological Sciences, St. Edward’s University, Austin, Texas.
1983 - 1989: Adjunct instructor, Department of Mathematics, University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
1979 - 1983: Engineer, International Business Machines Corporation., Lexington, KY, and Charlotte, NC.
Mathematical Association of America
National and Minnesota Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Pi Mu Epsilon