Rick Cleary
  RICK CLEARY teaches at Babson College where he is Professor of Mathematics and Statistics and Chair of the Mathematics and Science division. He has previously taught at Bentley University, Harvard University, Cornell University and St. Michaelís College. He works as an applied statistician in various fields, with recent publications related to sports, fraud detection in accounting, measuring creativity in business students, and biomechanics. Rick is active in the leadership of the Mathematical Association of America, having served six years on the Executive committee and working on several initiatives including an Instructional Practices Guide. He enjoys participating in sports, particularly running and golf, and coaching youth baseball and basketball.
  Will be teaching:
    The Mathematics of Electoral Fairness, Gerrymandering and Power Politics