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Dr. Chris Hill

Chris Hill

Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Mathematics

Phone: 478.471.2888
Website: http://facultyweb.mga.edu/chris.hill

Locations:
  • Macon - Mathematics - 220
    Phone: 478-471-2888
Office Hours: Spring 2018
Macon Campus: MW: 1:00 - 2:00
Macon Campus:TR: 1:00 - 4:00
and by Appointment
Courses: Spring 2018 Macon Campus
Math 1200-16 9:30 - 10:45 MW Math 203
Math 4150-01 11:00 - 12:15 MW Math 203
Math 1101-24 2:00 - 3:15 MW Math 207
Math 1200-18 11:00 - 12:15 TR Math 205
Education: Ph.D. in Mathematics, Auburn University, 2001
M.S. in Mathematics, Auburn University, 1993
B.S. in Mathematics, Jacksonville State University, 1990
CV: William Christopher Hill
102 Wynnwood Trail
Thomaston, Georgia 30286
Phone: (706) 648-2357
E-mail: chris.hill@mga.edu


EDUCATION

Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama 36849
January 1994 to August 2001

Degree: Doctor of Philosophy
Dissertation Topic: G-invariant Norms
Major: Mathematics
GPA: 3.90

Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama 36849
September 1991 to December 1993

Degree: Master of Science
Thesis Topic: Topological Product Spaces
Major: Mathematics
GPA: 4.00

Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, Alabama 36265
September 1988 to December 1990

Degree: Bachelor of Science
Major: Mathematics
GPA: 4.00

Northeast Alabama State Junior College, Rainsville, Alabama 35986
January 1987 to June 1988

Degree: Associate in Science
Major: Mathematics
GPA: 4.00






WORK EXPERIENCE

Assistant Professor of Mathematics: Middle Georgia State College, Department of Mathematics
August 2001 to Present

Graduate Teaching Assistant: Auburn University, Department of Mathematics
September 1991 to June 1997 and September 1998 to May 2001

Temporary Instructor: Gordon College, Division of Natural Sciences and Nursing
September 1997 to June 1998

CII Tutor: Center for individualized Instruction, Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville,
Alabama; full-time from January 1990 to April 1990. Duties: Tutoring students in
freshman-level mathematics.

TLC Tutor: Teaching Learning Center, Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, Alabama;
full-time from September 1988 to April 1989.


SCHOLARSHIP AND PUBLICATIONS
Publications:
On G-invariant Norms, Linear Algebra and Its Applications, Tam and Hill, Elsevier Science, Inc. 2017
Derivatives of Orbital Functions, an extention of Berezin-Gel’Fand’s Theorem and Applications, Linear Algebra and Its Applications, Tam and Hill, Elsevier Science, Inc. 2016
Doctoral Dissertation, G-Invariant Norm, An Extention of Berezin-Gel’Fand’s Theorem via Nonsmooth Analysis and Applications, August, 2001
Non-Published Scholarship:
Numerical Range Problems in Matrix Analysis, 2004-2007
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY

In April, 2017, I attended the annual Teaching Matters Conference at Gordon State College in Barnesville, GA.

In March, 2012, I attended the first annual USG Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference at Unicoi State Park, in Helen, GA.

In March, 2011, I attended a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference at Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA.

In January, 2010, I attended a Scholarship of Teach
Professional Experience: Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Middle Georgia State University
Organizations: Linear Algebra, Matrix Theory, Point-Set Topology


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