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Jason Price

After completing his doctoral dissertation on Popescu’s Conjecture in Multiquadratic Extensions, Dr. Price joined Nichols Mathematics department in 2008. His primary areas of research are Algebraic Number Theory and Mathematics Education. In addition to teaching, he organizes and conducts extra-help sessions for first year math classes.

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Jason Price

Associate Dean for Liberal Arts / Associate Professor of Mathematics

508-213-2173

He teaches the following courses:

  • Algebra
  • Abstract Algebra
  • College Mathematics
  • Calculus
  • Mathematical Business Analysis

Hobbies

In his spare time, he likes to run, play basketball and golf. He recently ran his first 10K and hopes to run a marathon someday.