Jeanne N. Clelland

Professor of Mathematics

Department of Mathematics
395 UCB
University of Colorado
Boulder, CO 80309-0395
(303) 492-7083
e-mail me

Teaching Spring 2020

Office hours: Tuesdays, 1:00 - 3:00 P.M.

Publications and Preprints

Maple packages for differential forms and Cartan-Kahler analysis

Other cool stuff...

January 2020: Read my opinion piece “Boulder Council elections disfavor minority representation” here.

December 2019: See my talk with Beth Malmskog “Math vs. Gerrymandering: Using math to work for fair maps in Colorado and everywhere” that we gave as part of the Free and Equal Elections Foundation Annual Electoral Reform Symposium here (our talk starts at the 33-minute mark).

November 2019: See the talk “The Will of the People: How We Vote and Why It Matters” that I gave for a Boulder County League of Women Voters Community Conversation here.

July 2019: Read my blog post “The Mathematics of Gerrymandering and the Supreme Court,” on MAA here, and my opinion piece “The court seeks a standard to measure partisan gerrymandering.  Mathematicians came up with one” from the Daily Camera here.

January 2018:
Hear my interview (and lots of other people's, too!) for the My Favorite Theorem podcast here (Episode 11) and read the accompanying blog post here.

April 2017: My book is now available from the American Mathematical Society here.

Math department home page
Last update 1/10/20