During the academic year 2009-2010 he was on sabbatical at the University of Notre Dame and the Institute for Mathematics & Education at the University of Arizona for the fall.

He was a visiting professor at Stanford University for the winter quarter 2010 teaching Math 143, Differential Geometry, and Math 52, Multivariable Integral Calculus.

During the summer of 2009, he supervised the work of six assistants in SWORK9 , Summer Work 2009.

During the spring semester, 2009, he taught Math 141 , Combinatorial Topology, and a First Year Seminar "Exploring the Fourth Dimension" (Math 0010)

During the fall semester, 2008, he taught Math 35, "Honors Multivariable Calculus".

During the spring semester, 2008, he taught Math 104, "Fundamental Problems in Geometry", which concentrated on Euclidean and non-Euclidean Geometry, with an emphasis on Spherical Geometry and Hyperbolic Geometry.

During the fall semester of 2007, he was in charge of Math 17, the second semester calculus course for students with AB Advanced Placement Calculus or the equivalent.

He also taught Math 106, Differential Geometry.

During the spring semester of 2007, he taught Math 1, a Freshman Seminar on "The Fourth Dimension" and Math 141, "Combinatorial Topology".

ls During the fall semester of 2006, he was in charge of Math 19, the second semester calculus course with special attention to engineering and physics problems.

During the spring semester of 2006, he was a visiting professor at the University of Georgia teaching . Math 2500. and Math 5210/7210.

During the fall semester 2005, he taught Math 54, Honors Linear Algebra, and Math 106, Differential Geometry.

Participants in the Georgia PREP workshops August 16, 17, and 19, 2005, can access the workshop webpage here. Participants in the GPCPREP workshop February 18, 2006 can access the workshop webpage here.

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In the spring of 2004, Professor Banchoff taught Math 141 Combinatorial Topology during the fall semester of 2003-4 During the fall semester of 2003-4, he taught Math 35 and Math 104\.

He taught Math 8 and Math 106 during the spring semester of 2003. He taught Math 09 in the fall of 2002.

He was on sabbatical for the academic year 2001-2002, teaching the Fourth Dimension at The University of Notre Dame in the fall and teaching differential geometry at UCLA from January until the end of March. He then worked at the University of Liverpool until the middle of May.

For the spring semester of 2001, he taught Math 54, Honors Linear Algebra.

During the fall semester of 2000, he taughtMath 35, Honors Calculus, and Math 106, Differential Geometry.His course during spring 98 at Brown was Math 8, The Mathematical Way of Thinking. His undergraduate course for the fall semester 1997 was Math 35, the honors third semester calculus course, calculus of two (and more) variables.

During the fall semester of 1998, he was on leave as the G. Leonard Baker Visiting Professor in the Mathematics Department of Yale University, teaching Math 195a.

His courses for spring 1999 at Brown University were Math 54 and Math 104

His course for fall 1999 was Math 106

In the spring semester of 2000, he is teaching Math 54, the honors linear algebra course, and Math 8, on "The Fourth Dimension".

The first course taught using the Internet was Math 8, The Mathematical Way of Thinking, in the spring of 1996. Here is a link to that seminal course.