Hesam Oveys

Hesam Oveys

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MATH 112: College Mathematics
Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of Missouri, Columbia, 2015B.S. in Mathematics, University of Missouri, Columbia, 2007

Dr. Hesam Oveys is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Mathematics at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University.

Dr. Oveys began teaching in 2007 as a Graduate Instructor at the University of Missouri while working toward his Ph.D and joined the NYU faculty in 2016. His teaching experience stretches from summer enrichment courses for high schoolers to advanced courses in number theory and probability for undergraduates and recent graduates. At NYU, Dr. Oveys teaches and coordinates a variety of math courses, including Calculus 1-3, Discrete Mathematics, Statistics, Linear Algebra, and Quantitative Reasoning courses.

He is also a Faculty Adviser for math majors, trains new TAs to prepare them for the classroom, and mentors first year post-docs.

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