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Campus Resources and Benefits
For 30 years, Bob Matthews has taught students about topics ranging from triangle concurrency and graph isomorphism to knot invariants. But in addition to teaching, Professor Matthews also immerses himself in the role of a student. He's audited French, painting (check out the self portrait!), quantum mechanics, and ceramics. He also studies violin, and is helping lead an oral history project to gather stories for a biography of the college. "It's another opportunity to learn," he says, "and that's something I rarely turn down."