Welcome to Dr. Michael Klipper's Site

Current students: You can find a link to your course page via the menu at the top of the site.

For past courses: The top menu has a link to lead you to a list of many of my old courses. If you're interested in a course that you can't reach from that list, email me.

No matter what STEM course you're in, you may find this useful:

10 Rules of Good and Bad Studying

Thanks to Jennifer Royal for discovering this gem.

I am a Senior Lecturer in the Mathematics department. I have been working for UGA since Fall 2011. I teach a lot of lower-level courses, but I occasionally work with 3000-level and 4000-level classes. Some of my favorite things to teach are MATH 2250 (Calculus I), MATH 2260 (Calculus II), and MATH 3200 (Intro to Higher Math).

Before being hired by UGA, I received a Doctorate of Arts (D.A.) degree from Carnegie Mellon University in 2011. Instead of doing research, I wrote a textbook draft for an analysis course. My coursework focused mostly on graph theory, pure logic, and set theory. One of my favorite parts of mathematics is the (transfinite) ordinal hierarchy.

Outside of teaching, I run a lot, do some boxing and weights a few times a week, and bike every once in a while. I used to competitively play Dance Dance Revolution. If you want to know more, you'll just have to talk to me sometime.

Here's where you can find my old site. (If this link is broken, please let me know.)