William H. Heller
Associate Professor
Office:
Phone: (956) 6653569
Email: william.heller@utrgv.edu
Dr. William H. Heller
I teach 24 semester credit hours of undergraduate and graduate courses each academic year. I am the Building Supervisor of the EMAGC building and perform other College and School service. My research is in the areas of digital signal processing, functional differential equations, and mathematics education.
Areas of Expertise
 Harmonic Analysis (Fourier Analysis), Functional Differential Equations, Mathematics Education
Education
 PhD, Mathematics, University of Maryland  College Park, 1991
 BS, Mathematics, RoseHulman Institute of Technology, 1983
Currently Teaching
 MATH 2413 02  Calculus I:
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 MATH 2415 07I  Calculus III:
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 MATH 2413 04  Calculus I:
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 MATH 2413 04  Calculus I:
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 MATH 2415 01  Calculus III:
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 MATH 2415 01  Calculus III:
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 MATH 2415 03I  Calculus III:
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Selected Publications
 Olga Ramirez, John Bernard, William Heller, Wendy LawrenceFowler, "Technological Tools to Enhance Performance in Calculus I," Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).: Proceedings of the 2000 International Conference on Mathematics/Science Education and Technology, 2000: 340344.
 William Heller and Monty Taylor. Using financial calculators in a business mathematics course. PRIMUS, X, no. 2 June 2000: 165185.
 Wendy Fowler, Gerald Brazier, John Bernard, William Heller, Roger Knobel, and Olga Ramirez. "Applying WEBBased and Other Visualization Tools to Teach Calculus," ). Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).: International Conference on Mathematics/Science Education and Technology, 1999, no. 1 1999: 452454.
 William Heller. On the Computation of Nonharmonic Fourier Series by Interpolation. unpublished work from 1999, 1999: 21.
 Joseph Wiener and William Heller. "Oscillatory and Periodic Solutions to a Diffusion Equation of Neutral Type," Edinburg, TX: International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences 22, no. 2 (1999): 36.
 Joseph Wiener and William Heller. "Problem submission with solution," Warrensburg, MO: Missouri Journal of Mathematical Sciences 11, no. 3 (October (4th Quarter/Autumn) 1999): 2.
 William Heller. "Complex Analysis and Frames in Sampling Theory," Alphen aan den Rijn: Probabilistic and Stochastic Methods in Analysis, Wolters Kluwer, Publisher, 1992: 15.
 John Benedetto and William Heller. "Irregular Sampling and the Theory of Frames, I," Modena: Note di Matematica (1990): 22.
 Gerald Brazier, Olga Ramirez, John Bernard, William Heller, and Roger Knobel. Minority Science Improvement Program Questionnaire. Minority Science Improvement Grant Project. .
Selected Grants and Fellowships
 Wendy Fowler. Minority Student Improvement Program (MSIP), “New Tools for Teaching and Learning: Applying Webbased Scientific Visualization to Introductory Mathematics Courses”, US Department of Education, $269,000.00 (August 1998  September 2001)
Selected Presentations
 Buhl Geoffrey, William Heller, Latulippe Joseph, and Li Weiping. "Discrete Twostage Population Model with Cannibalism," Workshop: MAA PREP (Mathematical Association of America Professional Enhancement Workshop, Mathematical Association of America (MAA), Lubbock, TX, USA (June 2010)
 William Heller. "Linear Regression with Graphing Calculator Technology," Advanced Placement Summer Institute, The College Board, Edinburg, TX USA (July 2003)
 John Bernard, William Heller, Roger Knobel, Wendy LawrenceFowler, Olga Ramirez, and Monty Taylor. "Java Applets in Calculus Instruction," Joint Meeting of the American Mathematical Society and Mathematical Association of America, American Mathematical Society and Mathematical Association of America, New Orleans, LA, USA (January 2001)
 John Bernard, William Heller, Roger Knobel, Wendy LawrenceFowler, Olga Ramirez, and Monty Taylor. "Webenhanced Calculus Instruction," Joint Meeting of the American Mathematical Society and Mathematical Association of America, American Mathematical Society and Mathematical Association of America, New Orleans, LA, USA (January 2001)
 William Heller and Monty Taylor. "Exploring the Mathematics of Finance using the TI83," Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching, Texas Education Agency, Houston, TX, USA (July 2000)
 John Bernard, Gerald Brazier, William Heller, Roger Knobel, Wendy LawrenceFowler, and Olga Ramirez. "Technology Tools to Enhance Performance in Calculus I," International Conference on Mathematics/Science Education and Technology, International Conference on Mathematics/Science Education and Technology, San Diego, CA, USA (February 2000)
 William Heller. "On the Computation of Nonharmonic Fourier Series by Interpolation," Joint Meeting of the American Mathematical Society and Mathematical Association of America, American Mathematical Society and Mathematical Association of America, Washington, DC USA (January 2000)
 Olga Ramirez, Wendy LawrenceFowler, John Bernard, and William Heller. "Applying WEBBased and Other Visualization Tools to Teach Calculus," International Mathematics/Science Education & Technology Conference, International Mathematics/Science Education & Technology Conference,, San Antonio, TX (March 1999)
 William Heller. "Guided Student Exploration as a Means of Learning Mathematics," Joint Meeting of the American Mathematical Society and Mathematical Association of America, American Mathematical Society and Mathematical Association of America, San Antonio, TX USA (January 1999)
 William Heller and Monty Taylor. "Using Financial Calculators in a Business Mathematics Course," Joint Meeting of the American Mathematical Society and Mathematical Association of America, American Mathematical Society and Mathematical Association of America, San Antonio, TX USA (January 1999)
Current Courses
 MATH 2413 02  Calculus I:
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 MATH 2415 07I  Calculus III:
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 MATH 2413 04  Calculus I:
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 MATH 2413 04  Calculus I:
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 MATH 2415 01  Calculus III:
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 MATH 2415 01  Calculus III:
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 MATH 2415 03I  Calculus III:
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Previous Courses

FALL 2018
 MATH 2413 04  Calculus I:
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 MATH 2413 04  Calculus I:
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 MATH 2415 01  Calculus III:
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 MATH 2415 01  Calculus III:
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 MATH 2415 03I  Calculus III:
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 MATH 2415 07I  Calculus III:
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SUMMER II 2018
 MATH 2413 02  Calculus I:
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SUMMER I 2018
 MATH 2413 05  Calculus I:
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SPRING 2018
 MATH 2413 01  Calculus I:
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 MATH 2413 01  Calculus I:
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 MATH 2413 03  Calculus I:
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 MATH 2414 07  Calculus II:
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FALL 2017
 MATH 2413 02  Calculus I:
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 MATH 2413 02  Calculus I:
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 MATH 2414 04  Calculus II:
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 MATH 2414 07  Calculus II:
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 MATH 2414 07  Calculus II:
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 MATH 2487 01  Calculus I HON:
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 MATH 2487 01  Calculus I HON:
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SUMMER I 2017
 MATH 1314 03  College Algebra:
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SPRING 2017
 MATH 2413 01  Calculus I:
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 MATH 2413 22  Calculus I:
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 MATH 2415 01  Calculus III:
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FALL 2016
 MATH 2414 04  Calculus II:
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 MATH 2414 12  Calculus II:
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 MATH 2414 12  Calculus II:
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 MATH 2415 01  Calculus III:
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SUMMER II 2016
 MATH 1314 06  College Algebra:
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SUMMER I 2016
 MATH 2413 05  Calculus I:
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