John Adamski, PhD

Teaching

“Solving problems is a practical art, like swimming, or skiing, or playing the piano: you can learn it only by imitation and practice.” -- George Pólya
“The teacher should help, but not too much and not too little, so that the student shall have a reasonable share of the work.” -- George Pólya

Fordham University

I am a Lecturer in the math department of Fordham University. At the Rose Hill campus, I have an office in JMH 418 and a mailbox in JMH 407. At the Lincoln Center campus, I have a mailbox in LL 813.

Fall 2022

The City College of New York, CUNY

I am an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the math department of The City College of New York. I have a mailbox in NAC 8/133.

Summer 2022

Private Tutoring

I also work with K-12 and college students (that are not currently mine) as a math tutor in both one-on-one and group settings. Contact me for rates and availability.

Past Courses