Thomas F. Banchoff is a geometer, and an emeritus professor at since July 1, 2014 after 47 years teaching at Brown University.

During the winter quarter of 2018 he is teaching Survey of Geometry MATH 101 at Santa Clara University.

During the spring semester of 2016 he taught Graduate Differential Geometry at Baylor University.

During the fall semester of 2015 he taught Differential Geometry at Carnegie Mellon University.

During the spring semester of 2015 he taught Geometry/Topology at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee.

During the spring semester of 2014 he taught Calculus III and Exploring the Fourth Dimension at the University of San Francisco.

During the fall semester of 2013 he taught Math 1410 Combinatorial Topology and a First Year Seminar Math 0010

During the spring semester of 2013 he taught at the University of San Francisco Math 195, Freshman seminar in Exploring the 4th Dimension and Math 482, Differential Geometry. Links connected with the Beyond the Box 2013 at the Granoff Center, Brown University, December 4-18, 2013

During the fall semester of 2012 he taught Math35, Honors Multivariable Calculus, and Math 106, Differential Geometry.

During the summer semester of 2012 he was the Visiting Professor at the Berlin Mathematical School teaching a graduate topics course in Extrinsic Geometry of Smooth Surfaces and Polyhedra.

During the fall semester of 2011, he taught Math 18, Multivariable Calculus, and Math 54, Honors Linear Algebra.

During the spring semester of 2011 he taught a First Year Seminar course on ""Exploring the Fourth Dimension" Math 1 and he also taught Combinatorial Topology, Math 141

Visit the web site for the TFBCON2003, the conference held at Brown on October 31st and November 1st, 2003, in celebration of Professor Banchoff's 65th birthday year.

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