Kendall Richards

Notable Achievements

Assistant Professor of Mathematics John Ross  and Professor of Mathematics Kendall Richards ’ book Introductory Analysis: An Inquiry Approach  was released by Taylor & Francis–CRC Press. The text is an inquiry-based exploration of the real number line, seriously examining fundamental topics in the field of real analysis. Beyond the main content, the text features an extended prologue that introduces readers to inquiry-based proof writing, as well as a suite of extended explorations into advanced special topics in the field. An early version of this text was read by SU math majors Morgan Engle  ’18 and Elyssa Sliheet  ’19, and improvements were made based on their suggestions.

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Dr. Kendall Richards believes in engaging students in the process of discovering the beauty and utility of mathematics and is at the heart of his teaching philosophy.

He received his PhD from Texas Tech University in 1991 and his BS & MA from Eastern New Mexico University in 1984 & 1986, respectively.

  • Dr. Kendall Richards believes in engaging students in the process of discovering the beauty and utility of mathematics and is at the heart of his teaching philosophy.

    He received his PhD from Texas Tech University in 1991 and his BS & MA from Eastern New Mexico University in 1984 & 1986, respectively.

  • Special Functions, Inequalities, Complex Analysis