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Bill Wolesensky, PhD
Assistant Professor of Instruction
Department of Mathematics
College of Natural Sciences
Wolesensky started at The University of Texas in the fall of 2012. He received his PhD in mathematics in 2002 from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. While at UT Austin, Wolesensky has taught a wide range of undergraduate math courses and served on various committees. Highlights of his work at UT Austin include serving as the Calculus Coordinator for M408N, M408S, M408K, M408L, M408R, and M408Q; working with Dr. Lorenzo Sadun to create and develop the courses Differential and Integral Calculus for Sciences (M408R) and Differential and Integral Calculus for Business (M408Q); and working with Dr. Michael Starbird on the Effective Thinking Calculus Project at UT Austin. In addition, he has received institutional grants from UT Austin to increase quantitative reasoning opportunities in calculus as well as introduce experiential learning components into several calculus courses. His pastimes include gardening and spending time with his family and four dogs.