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David Lovelock retired on January 31, 2004, after 30 great years at the University of Arizona.

"I told you I'm adjusting just fine to retirement.
Didn't you get my memo?"

These pre-retirement web pages are no longer being maintained.
David's post-retirement activities can be found here.

For information on the David Lovelock Award, established by the Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona, go to the Mathematics Newsletters and look at the Fall 2003 issue, especially pages 1, 6, 7, and 10.

For information on the David Lovelock Award for Excellence in Teaching, established by the New Mexico Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges, go to the NMMATYC website.

Current Interests
-  Creating and maintaining SARAZ.ORG, a website designed to promote land search-and-rescue professionalism and education by facilitating the exchange of information among land SAR practitioners.
-  Converting some of the DOS educational software to Windows.
-  Converting the Search and Rescue program CASIE to Windows.
-  Publication of the book An Introduction to the Mathematics of Money: Saving and Investing with Marilou Mendel and Larry Wright.

Previous Interests
-  Principal Investigator for Program ACCESS. This program, funded by the National Science Foundation, is designed to increase the number of Arizona students with physical disabilities who pursue study and careers in Science, Mathematics, Engineering, and Technology.
-  Developed a new course, An Introduction to the Mathematics of Investing, with Marilou Mendel and Larry Wright. It was offered for the first time in Spring 2001.
-  Co-author of DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS Graphics · Models · Data, (with David Lomen), Wiley, 1999.
-  Collector of data sets, for use in mathematics classes (primarily ODEs).
-  Creator of the Are You Ready? software series, which are being converted to the web, starting with Are You Ready For ODEs?
-  Collector of HTML code to create Math and Greek Symbols on the web.
-  Co-author of CASIE, a software program for Search and Rescue. Used in USA, Canada, UK, Israel, and Australia.
-  Author/co-author of the Arizona Mathematical Software programs.
-  Some previous awards.
-  Some previous grants.
-  Some previous service.
-  Some previous workshops and invited talks.

-  A little personal history.

David Lovelock
Department of Mathematics
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721

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Fax: (520) 621-8322
Email: David Lovelock

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