Faculty & Staff
Office #: BVM 515
Gene Law earned a BS in Chemical Engineering from Purdue University in 1998 and an MS in Mathematics from Loyola University Chicago in 2013. He has an extensive teaching background teaching at the high school, community college, and university levels and obtained his Secondary School Teaching License from the state of Indiana in 2001. He has taught courses in Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, Statistics, and Mechanics.
Before joining the Department of Math and Statistics as Lecturer on a one-year appointment, Gene spent eight years teaching mathematics and English abroad in Tokyo and Madrid, as well as serving as a math teacher and the Head of Pastoral Care at a private high school in London. Prior to teaching he worked as a Design Engineer in the HVAC industry.
His primary research interest lies in Mathematics Education with a focus on the effectiveness of alternative schools and teaching techniques. He is also interested in new methods designed to increase general mathematical literacy at both the primary and secondary school levels.
Mathematics Education, alternative schools and teaching techniques