INSTRUCTOR PROFILE

  Steven Miller
   
  STEVEN J. MILLER is a Professor of Mathematics at Williams College. He has written over 100 papers in accounting, computer science, economics, geology, marketing, number theory, probability/statistics, and sabermetrics, and 5 books on Benford's law, cryptography, number theory, operations research and probability. He is active in high school mathematics, lecturing and mentoring at programs for talented students, participating in education conferences and writing problems for the American Mathematics Competitions, and serving as an elected member of the Lanesborough-Williamstown Regional School District. His math riddles webpage is in the top 10 in Google searches.
   
  Will be teaching:
    Why Didn't Anyone Tell Me Math Was Fun!: Or: How To Excite Elementary Students Thru Riddles and Puzzles
    ALZEBRA (and other fun things you get from tweaking Algebra)