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## Courses

To date, *An infinite descent into pure mathematics* has been used to teach nine courses spanning seven semesters Carnegie Mellon University:

**Summer 2018.**21-127*Concepts of Mathematics*, instructed by Shaun Allison.**Spring 2018.**21-127*Concepts of Mathematics*, instructed by Prof Mary Radcliffe.**Fall 2017.**21-128*Mathematical Concepts and Proofs*and 15-151*Mathematical Foundations for Computer Science*, both instructed by Prof John Mackey.**Summer 2017.**15-151*Mathematical Foundations for Computer Science*for the SAMS program, instructed by myself.**Spring 2017.**21-127*Concepts of Mathematics*, instructed by Prof David Offner.**Fall 2016.**21-128*Mathematical Concepts and Proofs*and 15-151*Mathematical Foundations for Computer Science*, both instructed by Prof John Mackey.**Summer 2015.**21-127*Concepts of Mathematics*for the AP/EA program, instructed by myself.

15-xxx = Department of Computer Science

21-xxx = Department of Mathematical Sciences