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Mathematics Teacher and Tennis Coach, Kingsville Independent School District, Kingsville, Texas, 19511952;
Graduate Student, University of Kansas, 19521955;
Research Mathematician, National Security Agency, Washington, D. C., 19551956;
Assistant Professor of Mathematics, University of Kansas, 19561957;
Assistant Professor of Mathematics, New Mexico State University, 19571959;
Associate Professor of Mathematics, New Mexico State University, 19591963;
Distinguished Associate Professor of Mathematics, New Mexico State University, 19611963;
Professor of Mathematics, New Mexico State University, 196387;
Member, Institute of Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey, 19631964 (on sabbatical leave from New Mexico State University);
Visiting Professor of Mathematics, Rice University, 19701971 (on sabbatical leave from New Mexico State University);
Graduate Student, Colorado State University, 19771978 (on sabbatical leave from New Mexico State University);
Professor Emeritus, New Mexico State University, 1987;
Program Director for Special Projects, Division of Mathematical Sciences, National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C., 19871989;
Consultant, TCI Software Research, Las Cruces, New Mexico, 199296.
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95. The convolution algebra, arXiv 1702.02847, https://arxiv.org/abs/1702.02847 (with J. Harding and C. Walker).
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