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- S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1963.
- M.S., University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), 1965.
- Ph.D., University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), 1969.

- 1974- Wellesley College

- Professor of Mathematics since 1983, Emeritus since 2015
- Associate Dean of the College, 1989-92
- 1971-74 Mount Holyoke College, Assistant Professor of Mathematics
- 1968-71 University of Toledo, Assistant Professor of Mathematics

- 2004-05 UMASS-BOSTON, Visiting Professor and Scientist
- 1984 MIT Operations Research Center, Visiting Scientist, spring
- 1981 Transportation Systems Center, Faculty Fellow, summer
- 1979-80 MIT Operations Research Center, Research Fellow

- Tolerance Orders of
Open and Closed Unit Intervals (with R. Shull and A.
Trenk),
*ORDER*, 36(2019), 313-333. - Unit interval orders of
open and closed intervals (with R. Shull and A. Trenk),
*ORDER*, 33(2016), 85-99. - Unit
mixed interval graphs (with R. Shull, A. Trenk, and L.
West),
*Congressus Numerantium*221(2014), 189-223. - The total weak discrepancy of a partially
ordered set (with R. Shull and A. Trenk),
*Ars Math. Contemp.*4 (2011), 95-109. - Fractional weak discrepancy and split
semiorders (with R. Shull and A. Trenk),
*Discrete Appl. Math.,*159 (2011), 647-660. - Fractional
weak discrepancy and interval orders (with R. Shull and A.
Trenk),
*Discrete Appl. Math.*157(2009), 1873-1884. - Fractional weak discrepancy of posets and
certain forbidden configurations (with R. Shull and A.
Trenk), in
*The Mathematics of Preference, Choice, and Order: Essays in Honor of Peter C. Fishburn*, eds. S.J. Brams, W.V. Gehrlein and F.S. Roberts. Springer, NewYork, 2009, pp. 291-302. - The fractional weak discrepancy of a
partially ordered set (with R. Shull and A. Trenk),
*Discrete Appl. Math.*155(2007), 2227-2235. - Translation:
*Tales of Physicists and Mathematicians*, S.G. Gindikin, 2nd ed., Springer, 2006; 1st ed., Birkhäuser Boston, 1987. - Range of the fractional weak discrepancy
function (with R. Shull and A. Trenk),
*ORDER*23(2006), 51-63. - Alumnae Profiles: Wellesley College (with M. Kerr and A.
Trenk),
*Math Horizons*, Feb. 2005, 22-24. *The Joy of Mathematica: Instant Mathematica for Calculus, Differential Equations, and Linear Algebra*(with F. Shultz), 2nd ed., Harcourt/Academic Press 2000; 1st ed., Addison-Wesley, 1994; Japanese translation, Addison-Wesley Japan and Toppan Publ, 1995.- Arc weighting in hidden bicircular networks (with R. Shull, J.
Orlin, and M. Lepp),
*Congressus Numerantium*125(1997), 161-171. - Computing in the curriculum at Wellesley College, in
*Technology and Teaching*, ed. L. Lloyd, Information Today, 1997, 35-40. - Recognizing hidden bicircular networks (with R. Shull, J.
Orlin, and M. Lepp),
*Discrete Appl. Math.*41(1993), 13-53. - Lotteries, present values, and infinite series,
*NLA News*, October 1989, 16-17. - The structure of bases in bicircular matroids (with R. Shull,
J. Orlin, and M. Gardner),
*Discrete Appl. Math.*23(1989), 267-283. - Medical technology and critical decisions: an
interdisciplinary course in technological literacy (with T.
Ducas, J. Grant),
*Bull. Science, Technology, and Society*7(1987), 71-77. - Generalized least squares and eigenvalues,
*American Math. Monthly*92(1985), 656-659. - Matrix and network models in archaeology,
*Mathematics Magazine*57(1984), 3-14. - Book review:
*Raisonnement et Méthodes Mathématiques en Archéologie*, M. Borillo et al., eds.,*Math. Intelligencer*5(1983), 68-69. - Infrabarreled spaces, linear operators and vector measures,
*Bull. Soc. Royale Sci. Liège*48(1979), 153-157. - Spectral measures and homomorphisms,
*Rev. Roumaine Math. Pures et Appl.*23(1978), 939-945. - Vector measures and scalar operators in locally convex
spaces,
*Michigan Math. J.*24(1977), 303-310. - Integral representation theorems in topological vector
spaces,
*Trans. Amer. Math. Soc.*172(1972), 373-397. - Approximation of vector-valued continuous functions,
*Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.*31(1972), 97-103.

- History of Jewish Migration the Diaspora, and Changing National Borders, IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy, London, 2023.
- Finding Jewish Records from the Russian Empire, Bedford Free
Public Library (MA), 2023.

- Tracing A Family: Odessa, Philadelphia, New York, Palestine,
*Avotaynu*, 36, no. 3(Fall 2020), 43-45.

- Life Under the Tsars: Registration, Residence and Exit Routes, IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy, San Diego (virtual), 2020.
- Immigration Quotas: Their Effect on Ellis Island, Providence,
and Boston,
*Mass-Pocha, 29*, no. 2(June 2020), 15-17. - Ukrainian Records from the Russian Empire, Jewish Genealogical
Society of Greater Boston, 2016.

- History of a Jewish Town: Talne, Ukraine, Jewish Genealogical
Society of Greater Boston, 2016.

- Jewish Genealogical Research in the Post-Soviet Era, Newton
Free Library (MA), 2014.

- Internal Jewish Migration to Agricultural Colonies in the
Russian Empire, IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy, Boston 2013.

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