Jared Painter, PhD
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Education

BS in Mathematics, University of Texas at Tyler

MS in Mathematics, University of Texas at Tyler

PhD in Mathematics, University of Texas at Arlington
Courses Taught

Freshman Year Seminar

Intermediate Algebra

Math for Critical Thinking

College Algebra

College Algebra Online

Trigonometry

Precalculus

Calculus I

Foundations of Higher Math

Calculus II

Linear Algebra

Calculus III

Mathematical Computing

Mathematical Topics:Teachers
Teaching Focus
Dr. Painter’s teaching focus is centered on problem solving and conceptual understanding in mathematical areas, using discussion and discovery. His area of specialization is commutative algebra with a focus in homological methods.
Publications
Dr. Painter has published papers in the area of commutative algebra, with a specific focus on monomial algebras. His primary research interests include commutative algebra, combinatorics, and graph theory. He is currently a member of the American Mathematical Society.
Additional Information
Service on University or College Committees, offices held

Served as the Faculty in Residence from 2012 to present.

A member of the Early Alert Committee and HBU Navigate administrator from 2014 to present.

Served as the social medial leader for the department of mathematics and physics and as a web content editor for the College of Science and Mathematics.
Personal interests or hobbies
Dr. Painter enjoys participating in several sports; soccer, football, running, hiking, etc.
He enjoys woodworking and motorcycle riding as well.