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Since 1995 I have been teaching in a formal capacity at universities in Australia, the USA, the United Arab Emirates, and Finland. Courses have ranged from freshman service courses through to graduate mathematics courses. I have also been deeply involved in curricular development, including the building of the undergraduate and masters programs in mathematics at the American University of Shajrah from their inception.

Below is the list of different course I have taught, from the beginning of my graduate studies until present. 

Aalto = Aalto University, Finland
AUS = American University of Sharjah, UAE
UM = University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
STEM = Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics

 Subject (not exact titles) Textbook Level Majors University 
 Fundamentals of Logic and Geometry  100 Liberal Arts AUS
 Math for Business I 
 100 Business AUS
 Math for Business II  100 Business AUS
 Math for Architects  100 Architecture  AUS
 Calculus I Stewart and other standard texts 100   STEM AUS, Rutgers
 Calculus II"" 100 STEM AUS, Rutgers
 Calculus III (multivariable)
 ""  200 STEM AUS, UM, Rutgers, Aalto
 Linear Algebra  200 STEM AUS, UM, Rutgers
 Linear Algebra for Mathematics Majors D. Lay, Linear Algebra and its Applications 200 Math UM
 Differential EquationsBoyce and di Prima 
 Real Analysis (in R) Ross, Elementary Analysis
 Tao, Analysis I
 300 Math AUS, UM
 Real Analysis (in R^n) J. Hubbard, Vector Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Differential Forms: A Unified Approach 300  Math AUS
 Applied Mathematics M. Boas 300 STEM AUS
 Dynamical Systems Devaney et al 400 Math  AUS
 Differential Geometry  Millman and Parker 400 Math UM
 Topics in Differential Geom (independent study course) John Baez, Gauge Fields, Knots and Gravity 400 Math      UM
 Mathematics For Engineers  Kreyszig, Advanced Engineering Mathematics 400 STEM     Rutgers
 Methods of Applied Mathematics (graduate) Keener, Principles of Applied Mathematics 500 Math AUS