I joined the LSUS mathematics department in 1989 as an Assistant Professor, was promoted to Associate Professor in 1994, then to Professor in 2001. My Ph.D. is vintage 1985 from the University of South Florida , in Tampa, under the direction of Athanassios G. Kartsatos.
I work mostly in old-timey measure theory while dabbling in various other topics, especially certain pizza problems (yum). For a while I played obsessively with computer graphics. My former advisor is now completely addicted. Indeed, he can be seen to be tied up in knots.
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"Don't curse the darkness - light a candle." - Chinese proverb
"But I smell gas." - Rick Mabry
"It's never too late." - Conventional optimism
"But it's always later than it was." - Rick Mabry
"Mr. Berra, don't you know anything?" - A schoolteacher of a young Yogi Berra
"Ma'am, I don't even suspect anything." - Yogi Berra (allegedly*)
(* To me, this version is funnier than what might be a truer version.)