Dr. John A. Maroli has been a coordinator in developmental programs at Wayne College since August, 1992. His duties include supervising the Basic Math instructors, teaching math courses, tutoring in the Learning Center, holding weekly help sessions, and conducting workshops as needed. At Wayne College, Dr. Maroli has taught Basic Math I, Basic Math II, Calculus I, Calculus II, and Calculus III. Prior to coming to Wayne, he also taught courses in College Algebra, Precalculus, Linear Algebra, Number Theory, Mathematical Logic, and Introduction to Programming in Pascal.
Dr. Maroli received the Ph.D. in May, 1989, from Bowling Green State University, working in the area of ordered algebraic structures under the direction of Professor W. Charles Holland. His dissertation gave a classification of transitive primitive trees. Areas of mathematical interest include ordered algebraic structures, group theory, and set theory. Recent interests include relativity theory.
In his spare time, Dr. Maroli likes to follow sports, especially baseball and the Cleveland Indians.
Coordinator of the Math Center