Gerald Bilodeau

Lecturer

About

Gerald Bilodeau has taught Mathematics at Northeastern's College of Professional Studies since 2008. He teaches Mathematics at Boston Latin School and has been the Program Director of Mathematics there since 2015. He received an A.B. in Mathematics from Boston College and an M.A. in Mathematics from Indiana University. He received the Latin School's Gitner Prize in Teaching in 2012. In 1992, he was a National Science Foundation Sci-Mat Fellow, studying the connections between Non-Euclidean Geometry and Art. His "Proof Without Words: Riemann Meets Euler–Mascheroni" was published in the November 2018 issue of The College Mathematics Journal. He also teaches at Mass College of Art and Design.

Education

Master of Arts from Indiana University - Bloomington (1983)