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PROFESSOR, COLBY COLLEGE CURRICULUM VITAE: FEBRUARY 14, 2023.

scott.taylor@colby.edu

http://www.colby.edu/~sataylor

Dept. Chair 2020 – 2023. Professor 2022 – present. Associate Professor 2015 – 2022. Assistant Professor 2010 – 2015. Faculty Fellow 2009 – 2010.

Ph.D. (Mathematics) University of California, Santa Barbara. Santa Barbara, California. 2008 Dissertation:

Geometric Topology, 3-Manifolds, Knots, Spatial Graphs

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AMS Blog on Teaching and Learning, January 31, 2022. 9.

5. Math consultant for

(podcast/play) by Joe Rodata, Summer 2017. Available on Apple Podcasts and Audible. 4.

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Talks about Sum Camp: SIMIODE Expo, Feb. 11, 2022. (Online) Joint Math Meetings, Jan. 6 2023

July 2022 — 2024, producer for Sum Camp. July 2019, founder and camp director for Sum Camp, a summer camp using the arts to develop numeracy in ele- mentary school children. January - June 2018, member of Superintendent��s committee to review K - 12 mathematics in Waterville public schools. 2014 – 2019, Math Mules founder and organizer. Program for Colby students to help with mathematics in Waterville public elementary schools. March 2017 & 2018, organized & ran Imagine Math Day: a day of creative, non-competitive math for high school students. Summer 2015, ��Dissecting a sphere: an introduction to mathematical reasoning��, Colby Staff Retreat. Summer 2014, ��A mathematical view of symmetry��, Colby Achievement Program in the Sciences summer program. Summer 2013, ��Cohomology of Surfaces�� at MathCamp. Summers 2011 & 2012, ��A mathematical view of symmetry��, Colby Museum of Art.

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MAA Euler Prize Committee, member 2017 –2021; chair 2022 – 2023. Referee at various times for

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2019 ��Community Award�� from the Waterville Board of Education in recognition of my support of mathematics in the Waterville Public Schools 2006 ��Outstanding Professor�� from UCSB Residence Halls Association and Office of Residential Life. 2003 – 2006, 2007 – 2008 Math Department Fee Fellowship, UCSB.

BIRS-CMO Workshop on ��Knots, Surfaces, and 3-manifolds�� (online). June 23 - 25, 2021. Virtual Summer Trisectors Workshop (online). June 22 - 25, 2020; June 1 - 5, 2021. Contact Structures, Laminations and Foliations. Munich, Germany. September 5 – 9, 2016. School on Knot Theory and 3–Manifolds, CIMAT, Guanajuato. December 17–20, 2012. Junior Topologists�� Research Retreat. Davis, California. June 23 – 29, 2009. Teichm��ller Theory & Low-dimensional Topology, Mathematical Research Community. Snowbird, Utah, June 24 – 20, 2008. IAS/PCMI Graduate Summer School in Low-Dimensional Topology. Park City, Utah, June 25 – July 15, 2006. MSRI/PIMS Summer Graduate Programme: ��Knots and 3–Manifolds�� University of British Columbia, July, 2004.

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