Keith Hilles-Pilant joined Math for America-Boston in March 2014 after retiring from a distinguished career as a mathematician which included government work, work in the private sector, and 35 years as a classroom teacher of mathematics. Keith’s career associations include Los Alamos Scientific Lab, NASA (OAS Copernicus project), IBM Research, SUNY, Princeton, University of Illinois, Hotchkiss School, Milton Academy (teaching mathematics there from 1986-2013), the Clay Mathematics Institute (founding the CMI Junior Research Fellows program for high school students), Columbia University (Klingenstein Fellow), University of Saint Andrews (University Fellow), and School Year Abroad (teaching in France, Spain, Japan, and Italy). Keith participated in PROMYS for Teachers in 2009, 2010, and 2014.
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