dr. scott franklin

 

Dr. Scott Franklin

Dr. Scott Franklin
Dean of School of Math and Science
Professor - Mathematics

1900 West 7th  Street - CMB 1301

Plainview, Texas 79072
(806) 291-1130  Fax: (806) 291-1968   

Office: MSB 121

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Dr. Franklin is an Associate Professor of Mathematics and also serves as the Director of the Virtual Campus (http://www.wbu.edu/online-degree). He received both his Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in Mathematics from Texas Tech University. In mathematics, his research interests currently include bioinformatics, high performance computing, and the approximation of curves and surfaces using spline functions, with special application to computer visualization of data. Additionally, he has worked on the computer rendering of particle systems, fluid flow and smoke dynamics as applied to chemical/biological warfare. He teaches courses in Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus, Differential Equations, Analysis, and Modeling. He also teaches courses online and has collaborated with other mathematics faculty to develop online curriculum in Algebra and Trigonometry.  He also serves as a research consultant in bioinformatics for the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center.  You can find more information about Dr. Franklin at his professional blog, Natural Blogarithms (blog.drscottfranklin.net).

 

FALL 2015

COURSE

TITLE

TIME

ROOM

MATH 3302-PL01 Linear Algebra M W F 9:00-9:50 MSB 114
MSCI 2311-PL03 Scientific Computing T R 10:50-12:05 MSB 114