## Publications

*FYMSiC and Teaching Mathematics and Statistics in Universities in Canada*, To appear in Fields Notes

*On density of planar sets avoiding unit distance*, To appear in U(t) - Mathazine

*Math Catcher Outreach Program*, To appear in Notices of the American Mathematical Society

*An introduction of van der Waerden's theorem through examples and exercises, Part II*, To appear in Crux Mathematicorum

*An introduction of van der Waerden's theorem through examples and exercises, Part I*, To appear in Crux Mathematicorum

*Two-Eyed Seeing: Mathematics and Indigenous Traditions and Cultures*, To appear in Maple Transactions

*Still Spinning: The Moser Spindle at Sixty*, To appear in Mathematics Magazine

*An unexpected encounter with Graham's number*, Number Theory and Combinatorics. A Collection in Honor of the Mathematics of Ronald Graham, de Gruyter, 2022

*Your Experiences, Ideas, Opinions, and Knowledge Matter: Share Them with Others!*, FYMSiC Newsletter, Issue 10, July 2022

*From the bookshelf of Veselin Jungić*, Crux Mathematicorum, v 48 n 6, 2022, pp. 332-334.

*From the lecture notes of ...*, Crux Mathematicorum, v 48 n 5, 2022, pp. 260-262.

*Art: Anna and Paul Erdős*, Crux Mathematicorum, v 48 n 5, 2022, p. 244.

*Indigenizing University Mathematics*, CMS Notes, Vol. 54, no. 2, March 2022

*Mathematical Discovery: A Poet vs. A Mathematician*, FYMSiC Newsletter, Issue 9, February 2022

*Life of a Working Ramsey Theorist: Conversation With Tom C. Brown*, Journal of Humanistic Mathematics, Volume 12 Issue 1 (January 2022), pages 399-407.

*The Ramsey Theory Podcast: No Strangers At This Party*, Spotify, 2022.

*The Theodorus Variation*, Maple Transactions, Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021)

*On Experimental Mathematics and Mathematical Education*, The American Mathematical Monthly, 128(9), pp. 832--844, 2021

*Growing pains: Becoming a university student*, CMS Notes, Vol. 53, no. 5, October 2021

*On Ethnomathematics: In Memory of Ubiratan D'Ambrosio*, arXiv

*An introduction of the problem of finding the chromatic number of the plane, Part II*, Crux Mathematicorum Vol. 47(8), October 2021

*Open letter to my soon-to-be student: Math likely tops the list of things you worry about, but there is good news*, Academic Matters, September, 2021

*Studying Mathematics During the Pandemic and Beyond*, U(t) - Mathazine, Issue 6, (Summer 2021), pages 17-18

*A Cultural Challenge: Teaching Mathematics to Non-mathematicians*, Maple Transactions, Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Premiere Issue

*Mathematics and Magic Realism: A Study of The Raven Legend*, Journal of Humanistic Mathematics, Volume 11 Issue 2 (July 2021), pages 5-17.

*Whiteboard Seminars in an Undergraduate Math Class: Learning by Doing*, EDULEARN21 Proceedings, pp. 2833-2840, 2021.

*The Impact of Student Collaboration at Vertical Whiteboards on Student Performance and Perception in an Undergraduate Calculus Class*, EDULEARN21 Proceedings, pp. 2841-2850, 2021

*Your heart and passion are the key to inspiring student success*, Future Voices Podcast, July 2021

*Math Catcher Festival*, CMS Notes, Vol. 53, no. 2, March 2021

*Five Minutes to Twelve*, FYMSiC Newsletter, Issue 6, February 2021

*Teaching during the Covid pandemic: An open letter to my (post-secondary) student*, University Affairs, February 2021

*Math Catcher Festival: Learning Math through Storytelling*, BCTF Teacher Magazine, Volume 33, Number 2, p. 27, November/December 2020

*An introduction of the problem of finding the chromatic number of the plane, Part I*, Crux Mathematicorum, Vol. 45(8), October 2020

*Let them cheat: Why it's tempting for college and university instructors to look the other way*, CBC News, September, 2020

*Peter Borwein, 1953 - 2020*, CMS Notes, Vol. 52, no. 4, August 2020

*No, we're not there yet: Teaching mathematics at the time of COVID-19 and beyond*, CMS Notes, Vol. 52, no. 4, August 2020

*Math, WiFi and no social life: The harsh realities of starting university in a pandemic*, The Hamilton Spectator, August, 2020

*A message in an old "Science" treasure box: Teach students to think mathematically*, Academic Matters, August, 2020

*Ten Reasons to Create All Assessment Solutions in LaTeX*, FYMSiC Newsletter, Issue 4, July 2020

*Making Calculus Relevant: Final Exam in the Time of COVID-19*, International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, doi.org/10.1080/0020739X.2020.1775903, 2020

*Assessments in the time of COVID-19 and beyond*, CMS Notes, Vol. 52, no. 3, June 2020

*Cartoon: COVID-19 and the Past, Present, and Future of Teaching*, Crux Mathematicorum, Vol. 46, No. 5, p. 205, 2020

*SFU Academic Summer Camp for Aboriginal Students 2014-2018*, Journal of STEM Outreach, Vol.3, April 2020

*Despite the pandemic, the rules of academic integrity still apply*, University Affairs, April 2020

*Cardinals versus ordinals: which come first?*, For the Learning of Mathematics 40(1), pp. 38-41, 2020

*Dynamic Visual Models: Ancient Ideas and New Technologies*, In D. H. Bailey, N. Borwein, R. P. Brent, R. S. Burachik, J.-A Osborn, B. Sims, & Q. Zhu (Eds.), "From analysis to visualization: A celebration of the life and legacy of Jonathan M. Borwein, Callaghan, Australia, September 2017" (pp. 189-201). Springer, 2020

*My experience as a `dumb' student*, BCTF Teacher Magazine, pp. 16-17, March/April 2020

*Collaborating to enhance undergraduate math education: a case study*, University Affairs, February 2020

*On the occasion of the retirement of Malgorzata Dubiel*, FYMSiC Newsletter, Issue 3, February 2020

*A math teacher's plea: Let's keep pi irrational*, The Conversation, January 2020

*Experiencing Failure in the Classroom and Across the University*, The International Journal for Academic Development, January 2020

*"What are we the sum of?"*, BCTF Teacher Magazine, pp. 16-17, Jan/Feb 2020

*Three Countries, Two Continents: Common Challenges and Opportunities in Teaching First-Year Mathematics*, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, Volume 67, No. 1, pages 64-67, 2020

*Mathematics Courses Enrolment Numbers*, FYMSiC Newsletter, Issue 2, October 2019

*Math, a necessary subject - Interview*, by Harry Jing, The Source, September 2019

*Welcome to the First-year Math and Stats in Canada (FYMSiC) Newsletter!*, FYMSiC Newsletter, Issue 1, July 2019

*The First Year Mathematics Repository Workshop*, CMSEG Newsletter, Volume 35, No 2, May 2019, pages 3-5

*Indigenization and Reconciliation through University Mathematics: Why, When and How?*, CMS Notes, Volume 51, No 2, March/April 2019, pages 9-11

*My experience as a `dumb' student*, In

*University Affairs*, 2019

*Indigenous basket-weaving makes an excellent digital math lesson*, In

*The Conversation*, 2019

*Students and Instructors in Large Classes: Building Dialogue and Mutual Trust*, In Golding, J. M., Kern, K., & Rawn, C. (Eds.). Strategies for teaching large classes effectively in higher education, 2018

*My New White Hat*, BCTF Teacher Magazine, p. 27, Nov/Dec 2018

*First Year University Mathematics Across Canada: Facts, Community and Vision*, CMS Notes, Volume 50, No 4, September/October 2018, pages 10-13

*Proof of van der Waerden's Theorem in Nine Figures*, V. Arnold Math J. (2018) 4: 161. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40598-018-0090-5

*Interview*,

*"Mathematics talent abounds in Indigenous communities": Rachel Crowell's Take*, The American Mathematical Society News, 2018

*Mathematics talent abounds in Indigenous communities*, In

*The Conversation*and

*The National Post*, 2018

*Call for National Dialogue: The Present and Future of Teaching First Year Mathematics at Canadian Universities*, CMS Notes, Volume 49, No 5, October/November 2017, pages 10-12

*Keep an open mind*,

*In "What I wish I knew as an early-career professor" by Anqi Shen*, University Affairs, 2017

*The Math Catcher Outreach Program: Motivation and Aims*,

*SFU Aboriginal Reconciliation Council*, 2016

*The Math Catcher Outreach Program: Aims and Methods*, In M. G. Campos, I. T. Sandoval Cáceres (Ed.),

*Proceedings of the Concept Study - Profound Understanding of Teachers' Mathematics Workshop*, Oaxaca, Mexico, 2016

*Sistemas de numeración*, In M. G. Campos, I. T. Sandoval Cáceres (Ed.),

*Proceedings of the Concept Study - Profound Understanding of Teachers' Mathematics Workshop*, Oaxaca, Mexico, 2016

*Mathematics and First Nations in Western Canada: From Cultural Destruction to a Re-Awakening of Mathematical Reflections*, In B. Larvor (Ed.),

*Mathematical Cultures, The London Meetings 2012-2014*, (pp 305-328). Springer, 2016

*Permutations destroying arithmetic structure*, The Electronic Journal Of Combinatorics, Volume 22, Issue 2 (2015) #P2.5

*Ramsey's Theorem Through Examples, Exercises, and Problems, Part II*, Crux Mathematicorum, v 40 n 2, 2014

*Ramsey's Theorem Through Examples, Exercises, and Problems, Part I*, Crux Mathematicorum, v 40 n 2, 2014

*A University Math Help Centre as a Support Framework for Students, the Instructor, the Course, and the Department*, Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice, 12(1), 2015.

*A057300, Comment*, The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences, 2015

*Frank P. Ramsey: The Theory, The Myth, and The Mirror*, The Mathematical Intelligencer, 2015, DOI: 10.1007/s00283-014-9508-7

*On Flipping the Classroom in Large First Year Calculus Courses*, The International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, 2014, DOI:10.1080/0020739X.2014.990529

*On the use of instructor made video lectures in context of flipped classroom*, To appear in the proceedings of The International Conference of STEM in Education, 2014

*On instructor experiences in three flipped large undergraduate calculus courses*, To appear in the proceedings of The International Conference of STEM in Education, 2014

*On 3-term double arithmetic progressions*, Integers, Electron. J. Combin. Number Theory

**14**(2014) A43

*On Flipping the Classroom in a Large First Year Calculus Courses*, Vignette, Canadian Mathematics Education Forum, 2014

*Is Close Enough Good Enough? Reflections on the Use of Technology in Teaching Calculus*, Published online in the International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, 2014

*Math Blame Game*, The Fields Mathematics Education Journal, 1, 68-69, 2013

*Remote Collaboration: Six Years of the Coast-To-Coast Seminar (C2C) Series*, Science Communication, June 2012, vol. 34, no. 3, 419-428

*On Online Assignments in a Calculus Class*, Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice, 9(1), 2012.

*On Additive and Abelian Complexity in Infinite Words*, Integers, Electron. J. Combin. Number Theory

**12**(2012) A21

*Organic Mathematics: Then and Now*, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, Volume 59, No. 3, pages 416-419, 2012

*Online Calculus Course: Combining Two Worlds*, Delta-K, volume 49, No. 1 (2012), pp 28-33

*Small Number: Breaking the Pattern*, CMS Notes, Volume 43 No. 6 (2011), 10-13

*Chaotic orderings in rationals and reals*, The American Mathematical Monthly, Volume 118, No. 10, pages 921-924, 2011

*Online Calculus Course: Reaching The Best of Both Worlds*, Proceedings of the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education Conference 2010

*On a Rado Type Problem for Homogeneous Second Order Linear Recurrences*, The Electronic Journal Of Combinatorics 17(1) (2010), #R38

*A note on edge-colourings avoiding rainbow K*, The Electronic Journal Of Combinatorics 16 (2009), #N19

_{4}and monochromatic K_{m}*Creating and Utilizing Online Assignments in a Calculus Class*, Proceedings of the Mathematics Education Into the 21st Century Project, pages 287-290, 2009

*Yes or No to Clickers in a Large Calculus Course Based on Instructor and Student Feedback Analysis*, Proceedings of Improving University Teaching (IUT) 34th International Conference, 2009

*A Taste Of Pi: Long and Lasting*, CMS Notes, Volume 31, No. 3 (2009), 7-9

*Ramsey Results Involving the Fibonacci Numbers*, The Fibonacci Quarterly, Volume 46/47, February 2009, 10-17

*The Coast to Coast Seminar*, Communicating Mathematics in the Digital Era, AK Peters, 2008.

*Math Girl Begins*, CMS Notes, Volume 39, No. 8 (2007), 8-10

*On the existence of rainbow 4-term arithmetic progressions*, Graphs and Combinatorics, 23 (2007), 249-254

*Sub-Ramsey Numbers for Arithmetic Progressions and Schur Triples*, Proceedings of Integers Conference 2005 in Honor of Ron Graham's Birthday, de Gruyter, 2007

*Colorings of Planar Graphs with no Rainbow Faces*, Combinatorica, Vol. 6, No. 2, 169-182, 2006

*Calculus 12: The Ultimate Pre-calculus Course*, Vector, Journal of the BC Association of Mathematics Teachers, Volume 47, Number 2, 59-73, 2006

*Teaching Large Math Classes: Three Instructors - One Experience*, International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 1(1), 1-15. http://www.iejme.com, 2006

*Math Girl: A New Face in the World of Superheroes*, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Imagination and Education, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, July 2005, http://www3.educ.sfu.ca/conferences/ierg2005/papers/108-Jungic.pdf

*On a Question Raised By Brown-Graham-Landman*, Sarajevo Journal of Mathematics, Vol. 1 (13), No. 1, 15-20, 2005

*On Brown's conjecture on Accessible Sets*, J. Comb. Theory, Ser. A 110(1): 175-178 (2005)

*Rainbow Ramsey Theory*, Integers, Electron. J. Combin. Number Theory

**5(2)**(2005) A09

*Interactive Online Homework With Lon-Capa*, In Touch, LIDC@sfu.ca, Fall 2004, Newsletter, (2004) 24-35

*Rainbow Arithmetic Progressions*, Integers, Electron. J. Combin. Number Theory

**3**(2003) A18

*In Memoriam: Zarko Zivanovic 1935 - 1993*, Bulletin of Society of Mathematicians Banja Luka

**10**(2003) 28-30

*Rainbow Arithmetic Progressions and Anti-Ramsey Results*, Combinatorics, Probability, Computing

**12**(2003) 599-620

*On a Set of 2-colorings*, ITI Series 2001-022 (2001)

*On Monochromatic Arithmetic Progressions Having Odd Step*, Experimental Mathematics

**9**(2000) 467-471

*Quality Control for Multi-variable Problems*, Proceedings of the Third PIMS Industrial Problem Solwing Workshop, e. C. Bose, University of Victoria, PIMS, (2000) 25-35

*Initiating 3-D Air Target Tracks from 2-D and 1-D Sensor Reports for the Canadian Patrol Frigate (CPF)*, Proceedings of the second PIMS Graduate Industrial Math Camp, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, (1999) 25-36

*Algebraic set operations, multifunctions, and indefinite integrals*, Mathematics Magazine 69 no.5,(1996) pp.350-354