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Department of Mathematics and Statistics Hunter College, CUNY 695 Park Ave New York, NY 10065 
Mathematics Ph.D. Program The Graduate Center, CUNY 365 Park Fifth Ave New York, NY 10016 

email: robert.thompson@hunter.cuny.edu 
Date of birth: November 14, 1957
1980  B.A. Mathematics, University of California, Santa Cruz 
1986  Ph.D. Mathematics, University of Washington Dissertation Title: Unstable v_1periodic homotopy at odd primes. Advisor: Douglas C. Ravenel 
2001present  Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Hunter College, and Mathematics Ph.D. Program, The Graduate Center, CUNY. 
19962001  Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Hunter College, and Mathematics Ph.D. Program, The Graduate Center, CUNY. 
19931996  Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Hunter College, and Mathematics Ph.D. Program, The Graduate Center, CUNY. 
2004present  Adjunct Professor, Department of Mathematics, Courant Institute, NYU (summers) 
19921993  Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, The University of Chicago 
19871992  Assistant Professor, Mathematics Department, Northwestern University 
19861987  C. L. E. Moore Instructor, Department of Mathematics, M.I.T. 
19891992  National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship 
20032005  National Science Foundation CSEMS Grant 
20012003  National Science Foundation CSEMS Grant 
20012002  PSCCUNY Grant 
20002001  PSCCUNY Grant 
19992000  PSCCUNY Grant 
19981999  PSCCUNY Grant 
19971998  PSCCUNY Grant 
19961997  PSCCUNY Grant 
19951998  National Science Foundation SCREMS Grant 
19951998  New York State GRI Bond Initiative 
19951996  PSCCUNY Grant 
19941995  PSCCUNY Grant 
19921994  National Science Foundation Grant 
19891992  National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship 
19871989  National Science Foundation Grant 
University of Washington  19801986  Graduate student teaching assistant: recitation sections for freshman and sophomore level calculus. Summer calculus instructor. 
M.I.T.  19861987  Recitation sections for freshman and sophomore level calculus. Linear algebra, vector calculus. 
Northwestern University  19871992  Freshman and sophomore level calculus, survey of mathematics for nonscience majors, linear algebra, upper division point set topology, First year graduate algebraic topology. 
University of Chicago  19921993  Second year graduate course in homotopy theory, undergraduate abstract algebra, advanced seminar in homotopy theory. 
Hunter College, CUNY  1993present  Mathematics survey course for nonscience majors, linear algebra, freshman and sophomore level statistics, college algebra, precalculus, calculus, differential equations, probability theory, stochastic processes, point set topology, undergraduate real analysis, graduate mathematical finance, graduate real analysis. 
The Graduate Center, CUNY  1993present  First and second year graduate algebraic topology, advanced graduate courses in homotopy theory. 
Courant Institute, NYU  2004present  Graduate probability theory, multivariable calculus and vector analysis. 
Stuyvesant High School  20012003  Mathematica Lab for precalculus and calculus 
Bronx High School of Science  2008  Mathematica lab for mulitvariable calculus. 