Jeff Boersema, Ph.D.
Professor & Department Chair
Building/Room: BANN 406
Frequently Taught Classes
MATH 1130: Elements of Calculus Business, MATH 2320: Linear Algebra, MATH 3000: Introduction to Advanced Mathematics, MATH 4421: Introduction to Abstract Algebra I, MATH 4460: Topology
Functional Analysis & K-theory
Jeff Boersema “K-theory for real C*-algebras via unitary elements with symmetries, Part II – Natural transformations.” Houston Journal of Mathematics (2020).
Jeff Boersema “The real C*-algebra of a graph with involution.” Munster Journal of Mathematics (2017).
Jeff Boersema & Terry Loring, “K-theory for real C*-algebras via unitary elements with symmetries.” New York Journal of Mathematics (2016)
Jeff Boersema, Terry Loring, & Efren Ruiz, “Pictures of KK-theory for real C*-algebras and almost commuting matrices." Banach Journal of Analysis (2016)
Dr. Boersema has a B.A. in Mathematics and Philosophy from Calvin College, an M.S. (1995) in Mathematics from the University of Oregon, and a Ph.D. (1999) in Mathematics from the University of Oregon. He has been on faculty at Seattle University since 2001.