I am originally from Mexico City, where I grew up and studied my Bachelor's degree in mathematics with an orientation in Real Analysis at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (1978). I immigrated to Canada to further my studies in mathematics.
I obtained my M.Sc. (1979) and Ph.D. (1985) from McMaster University, in the field of harmonic analysis under the supervision of Dr. James Stewart. Later I became interested in distance education and I obtained a M.D.E. (2001) from Athabasca University.
Before joining Athabasca University I taught for about 20 years in the University of Regina. I have been Academic Coordinator of Mathematics for Athabasca University since 2005.
My fields of interest are real and harmonic analysis, and course design for distance education.
Updated December 11 2014 by Student & Academic Services