Roger Jones (mathematician)

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Roger Jones at Conserve School

Roger L. Jones is an American mathematician.[1]

He has his Ph.D. in mathematics from Rutgers University and has recently retired from a professorship in mathematics at DePaul University in Chicago. There he taught everything from remedial math to graduate-level courses. During his tenure at DePaul, Roger published numerous research papers in math, was awarded an excellence in teaching award, chaired the DePaul University Math Department, and was awarded National Science Foundation grants related to teaching mathematics. He has also worked with the Chicago Public Schools on improving math instruction.

Roger was honored for his work in Harmonic analysis and Ergodic theory at the International Conference on Harmonic Analysis and Ergodic theory that was held in the name of Roger and his colleague Marshall Ash.

Roger has since retired from teaching at DePaul and moved to Northern Wisconsin, where he teaches mathematics at Conserve School.


  • 1974-1977: DePaul University, Assistant Professor
  • 1977-1984: DePaul University, Associate Professor
  • 1982-1985: DePaul University, Chairman: Department of Mathematics
  • 1984-2004: DePaul University, Professor
  • 2004–present: DePaul University, Professor Emeritus

Professional memberships[edit]

  • Mathematical Association of America
  • American Mathematical Society


Jones is the editor (with A. Bellow) of Almost everywhere convergence Proceedings of the International Conference on Almost Everywhere Convergence in Probability and Ergodic Theory II, October 14–18, 1989, Academic Press, 1991. He has published numerous articles.


  1. ^ Rosenblatt, Joseph (December 2–4, 2005). "The Mathematical Work of Roger Jones". Topics in Harmonic Analysis and Ergodic Theory. American Mathematical Society: 9.

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