Hi, I'm a senior lecturer in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Vermont.
Tony Julianelle: 205 Mansfield House
Office Phone: 656-4352
home phone: 899-2211
Office Hours: Mondays, Wednesdays from 3pm to 4 pm;
Tuesdays 10 am to 11 am; Fridays 12:45 to 1:30 pm.
After being born and raised in the New Haven, (Connecticut) area, I
went to the University of
Chicago for my undergraduate degree. Over the years I have received my three degrees
in three different states in three different decades. In between my bachelor's and masters degrees
I worked a few years (with a lot of climbing thrown in) and was in the Peace Corps for 2 years
in Botswana. After receiving my masters from Virginia Tech, I moved to the University of
Massachusetts (Amherst), where I worked on, and eventually finished, my ph.d. My
dissertation was in an area of geometry known as Complex Manifolds.
Outside of academics: I enjoy distance running
, although the word enjoy is not always
applicable, as well as skiing, (skiing where you have to hike). Although I will never win a race, I take some pride
in the fact that I have now completed running races of 50 miles or longer in four different decades. My running has been cut back due to complications from an ill-advised knee surgery (my advice; talk to non-surgeons before getting any surgery). I am still running but have been bicycling more; both to commute to work and for recreation. Recently, a friend (even older then I am) and I did a LAMB ride.
I make one or two trips to
Tuckermans every year, although I have not skiied center headwall since
I became a father.
I used to climb a lot, but that activity has been dormant for the last couple of years. I do still
hike some, (including the Long Trail, north to south in 1991).
I am also on the faculty of VMI (Vermont Math Initiative).
is a degree program here at UVM
where elementary school teachers learn more mathematics. The idea is that you want someone
skilled in mathematics, teaching mathematics. The program also has a leadership and a research
project part. My interest in education has lead to run for the school board of Underhill Central
School. Since I ran unopposed, I did manage to win. I have been reelected four times, all times unopposed.
I am also active in Amnesty International as well as issues
Some other activities that now keep me busy are being on the school board for
Underhill Central School and working with the Vermont Math Initiative.
One last note. I continue to search for the best pizza in Vermont. Send me your recommendations. I have found one place that I consider worthy of the name apizza (pronouned abeetz). Not quite Wooster St; but still pretty good.
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