Finding phytosaur teeth with grandsons
Kyle and Ryan.

Palo Duro Canyon,
Texas Panhandle.

Next up are
Andrew, Ashley, Charlotte,
Jack and Ben



James L. Cornette, Emeritus Professor of Mathematics,
University Professor, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa 50011

2000 Pinehurst Drive, Ames, Iowa 50010, 515-292-4344, 515-451-1870
E-mail: cornette@iastate.edu

Education.

B.S. Mathematics, West Texas State College, 1955.
M.A. Mathematics, University of Texas, 1959.
Ph.D. Mathematics, University of Texas, 1962.
M.S. Geology(Paleontology), University of Kansas, 2002.

After retirement in May of 2000, I studied paleontology at the University of Kansas and received an M.S. in Geology(Paleontology) in December of 2002. Since then I have worked in the field and in the fossil preparation laboratory as a volunteer at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.

Text Book on MAA Website

Calculus for the Life Sciences: A Modeling Approach
James L. Cornette and Ralph A. Ackerman.
An eBook Published by the Mathematical Association of America
January 2015

Papers in paleontology.

Research in sequential and structural analysis of immune system proteins.
Collaborators and Patents --- and --- Papers

Collaborations with ISU faculty and co-major Ph.D theses.
ISU Collaborations.

Papers in population genetics.
Population Genetics.

Papers in topology.
Topology.