*EDUCATION:*

*TILDEN TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS*

*UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, B.S.*

*PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, M.S. AND PH.D.*

*ACADEMIC POSITIONS :*

*ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, HAVERFORD COLLEGE*

*ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME*

*ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY *

*ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, FORDHAM UNIVERSITY*

*MEMBER, INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDY*

*ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY*

*VISITING PROFESSOR, UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO*

*PROFESSOR , UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER*

*CHAIR, UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER*

*ACADEMIC HONORS:*

*UNIVERSITY SCHOLAR, UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO*

*GOETHE PRIZE, UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO*

*PAUL COHEN AWARD, UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO*

*WOODROW WILSON FELLOW, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY*

*NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION FELLOW, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY*

*INVITED HOUR ADDRESS, ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN
MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY*

*UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER STUDENT'S ASSOCIATION TEACHER
OF THE YEAR FINALIST*

*RESEARCH ARTICLES:*

**1. Homotopy theory modulo an odd prime, Princeton University
Thesis, 1972.**

**2. Lie Algebras, coalgebras, and rational homotopy theory
for nilpotent spaces, Pac. Jour. of Math., 74 (1978), 429-460.**

**3. The rational homotopy groups of complete intersections,
Illinois Jour. of Math., 23 (1979), 175-182.**

**4. (with T. Miller) Formal and coformal spaces, Illinois
Jour. of Math., 22 (1978), 565-580.**

**6. (with L. Taylor) Dolbeault homotopy theory, Trans.
Amer. Math. Soc., 245 (1978), 183-210.**

**7. (with F. Cohen and J.****
Moore) Torsion in homotopy groups, Ann. of Math., 109 (1979), 121-168.**

**8. (with F. Cohen and J. Moore) The double suspension
and exponents of the homotopy groups of spheres, Ann. of Mth., 110 (1979),
549-565.**

**9. (with F. Cohen and J. Moore) Decompositions of loop
spaces and applications to exponents, in Algebraic Topology, Aarhus,
Springer-Verlag, 1979.**

**10. (with F. Cohen and J. Moore) Note on higher torsion
in the homotopy groups of single suspensions, Illinois Jour. of Math., 1980.**

**11. Primary homotopy theory, Memoirs Amer. Math. Soc.,
Number 232, 1980.**

**12. 3-primary exponents, Math. Proc. Camb. Phil. Soc.,
90 (1981), 63-83.**

**13. Properties of certain H-spaces, Quart. Jour. Math.
Oxford (2), 34 (1983), 201-209.**

**14. (with F. Cohen, R. Cohen, and N. Kuhn) Bundles over
configuration spaces, Pac. Jour. of Math., 104 (1983), 47-54.**

**15. (with P. Selick) Some examples of spaces with or
without expontents, in Current Trends in Algebraic Topology, Canadian
Math. Soc., 1981.**

**16. (with F. Cohen) A construction of p-local H-spaces,
in Algebraic Topology, Aarhus, Springer-Verlag, 1983.**

**17. (with C. McGibbon) On the homotopy groups of a finite
dimensional space, Comm. Math. Helv., 59 (1984), 253-257.**

**18. (with C. McGibbon) Various applications of H. Miller's
theorem, in Contemporary Mathematics, Conference on Algebraic Topology
in Honor of Peter Hilton, 37 (1985), 91-98.**

**19. (with F. Cohen) Note on desuspending the Adams map,
Math. Proc. Camb. Phil. Soc., 99 (1986), 59-64.**

**20. (with F. Cohen and J. Moore) Exponents in homotopy
theory, in Algebraic Topology and K-theory, Princeton Univ. Press,
1987, 3-34. **

**21. The exponent of a Moore space, in Algebraic Topology
and K-theory, Princeton Univ. Press, 1987, 35-71.**

**22. (with J. Moore) A view of some aspects of unstable
homotopy theory since 1950, in Homotopy Theory, London Math. Soc.
Lecture Note Series, 117, Cambridge Univ. Press, 1987, 117-148.**

**23. (with W. Dwyer and H. Miller) Fibrewise competion
and unstable Adams spectral sequences, Zabrodsky Memorial Volume of the
Israel Jour. of Math., 1989.**

**24. (with J. Moore) Equivalence of Toda-Hopf invariants,
Zabrodsky Memorial Volume of the Israel Jour. of Math., 1989.**

**25. Localization
and connected covers of finite complexes, Proc. Cech Centennial Homotopy
Theory Conference, Contemp. Math., AMS, 1995.**

**26. Product decompositions of the double loops on odd
primary Moore spaces, submitted to Topology.**

**27. James-Hopf invariants, Anick's spaces, and the double
loops on odd primary Moore spaces, submitted to Oxford Quarterly.**

**28. Rational homology of inverse limits and the space
of tiny bubbles, in preparation. **

*Mentors:*

*Clare DuBrock, Tilden Technical High School*

*Professor John C. Moore, Princeton University*

*Jill Magellan, Skating Institute of Rochester*

*Karen Courtland Kelly, Lake Placid Olympic Center*