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Doris Schattschneider holds a PhD in mathematics from Yale University and is professor of mathematics at Moravian College, where she has taught since 1968. Her primary interest is geometry. She was geometer and senior associate on the NSF-funded Visual Geometry Project that produced the software The Geometer's Sketchpad, along with videos and activity books on polyhedra and symmetry. She has lectured and given workshops on more than 80 campuses, and at national and international meetings, on the topics of tiling and polyhedra, dynamic geometry, geometry and art, and visualization in teaching. She is the author of more than 40 articles, and author or coauthor of 4 books and 3 activity books. She has been active in the Mathematics Association of America (MAA) at all levels and was editor of Mathematics Magazine from 1981 to 1985. In 1993, she received the national MAA Award for Distinguished Teaching of College or University Mathematics.
From: Key Curriculum Press
The many faces of symmetry found in the work of M.C. Escher
as author at Matematični kolokviji in javna predavanja DMFA na Fakulteti za Matematiko in Fiziko,