### research overview

- Dr. Manley's research is primarily directed at the intersection of the theory of integral transforms, functional analysis, and mathematical physics, that being the generalizations of the Fourier transform.

- Instructor, Mathematics

- Dr. Manley's research is primarily directed at the intersection of the theory of integral transforms, functional analysis, and mathematical physics, that being the generalizations of the Fourier transform.

- generalizations of the fourier transform, special functions, mathematical physics

- MATH 1150 Precalculus Mathematics (Fall 2018)
- MATH 2400 Calculus 3 (Fall 2018)
- MATH 3850 Seminar in Guided Mathematics Instruction (Fall 2018)
- MATH 2001 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics (Summer 2018)
- MATH 2510 Introduction to Statistics (Summer 2018)
- MATH 2130 Introduction to Linear Algebra for Non-Mathematics Majors (Spring 2018)
- MATH 2300 Calculus 2 (Spring 2018)

- Ph.D., University of Colorado Boulder 2010
- M.S., University of Colorado Boulder 2006
- B.S., University of Colorado Boulder 1997
- B.S., University of Colorado Boulder 1997

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