Ron Staszkow, Professor Emeritus - Mathematics Department

In my 30 years at Ohlone College, I founded the Math Learning Center and taught classes from basic math through the first year of calculus. I specialized in developmental mathematics and math for the liberal arts student. In my retirement, I continue being involved in math education by writing, consulting, tutoring, and teaching an occasional class.

Dianne, my wonderful wife of more than 40 years, and I have five children (all university graduates!) and ten grandchildren. I enjoy fishing, golfing, traveling, spending time with my grandkids, and doing home repair/craft projects.

Ron Staszkow in 2007. Ron Staszkow in 2001.

If you want to get in touch with me, please email: rstaszkow@ohlone.edu.

Education

  • Lifetime California Credential, Community College Supervision
  • Lifetime California Credential, Community College Teaching
  • Lifetime California Credential, Secondary Teaching
  • Certificate in Developmental Education, Appalachian State College, North Carolina
  • Master's Degree in Math Education, University of California, Santa Barbara
  • Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics, St. Mary's College, Moraga, California
  • Graduate of St. Louis High School, Honolulu, Hawaii

Employment

  • 1977 - 2007 Professor of Mathematics at Ohlone College, Fremont, CA
  • 1966 - 1977 Mathematics teacher and track/cross-country coach,
    De La Salle High School, Concord, CA

Publications

  • Math Skills, Kendall-Hunt Publishing,
    a basic math book for adults
  • The Mathematical Palette, Thomson Publishing,
    a book for liberal arts students, (co-authored with Bob Bradshaw)
  • The Mathematical Collage, Thomson Publishing,
    a book for the Associate in Arts degree (co-authored with Bob Bradshaw)

Math Resources

  • Math Resources: Math Research on the Internet, Nice Study Skills/Math Sites

Projects - Math as Art

View MATH-101B "art" projects generated by equations.

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