University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
Gene Abrams has over 20 years of experience in teaching mathematics, from freshman level to advanced graduate courses. Since 1983 he has been a faculty member in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, serving as chair of the department during 1995-1998. He earned his MS and PhD degrees in mathematics from the University of Oregon.
Abrams's research interests include noncommutative ring theory, an area in which he has published numerous articles in a wide range of refereed journals. His research has led to collaborative works with algebraists throughout the world, including Spain, Italy, and Hungary (where he was a National Academy of Sciences Exchange Scholar during summer 1991). Over the past four years Abrams (together with co-author Jeremy Haefner) has made numerous presentations at professional meetings and colloquia regarding the Mathonline program. These include meetings of the American Mathematical Society, The Mathematical Association of America, and the International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics.
In 1988 Abrams was named the Outstanding Teacher for the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs campus, and in 1996 was designated a University of Colorado President's Teaching Scholar (an esteemed systemwide award which carries a lifetime designation). Outside the classroom he is an avid baseball fan and mountain biker.platform gameshidden objects gamestime management gameshidden object gamespuzzle gamescard gamesbrick bustermahjongpc games