Anthony E Clement

Associate Professor

Brooklyn College

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Anthony E Clement

Associate Professor

Brooklyn College

Dr. Anthony E. Clement is currently an Associate Professor of Mathematics at Brooklyn College in Brooklyn, New York. From 1999 to 2010, he successfully taught remedial mathematics in the Immerse Program offered through the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Studies at Brooklyn College. Through an accelerated program of 1 to 2 weeks of intense instruction, Professor Clement successfully prepared students to take the standardized multiple-choice CUNY Assessment Mathematics Test and then the COMPASS Mathematics Placement Test. He had a passing rate close to 100%. Professor Clement has been the Chairperson of the Gateway Courses Committee in the Mathematics Department at Brooklyn College since 2010. He has been teaching Gateway Courses (Pre-calculus and Calculus I) since 2006.

A Group Theorist by profession, Professor Clement has taught Abstract Algebra I and Abstract Algebra II at Brooklyn College. He has singularly authored and coauthored several research papers in his field. He also coauthored two books. One of the books ” A Guide to Conquering the COMPASS Mathematics Placement Test”, published in 2009, is an undergraduate text and the other “ The Theory of Nilpotent Groups”, recently published in 2017, is a research monograph.

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