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educator , Mathematician

Samer S. Habre, Lebanese mathematician, educator. Recipient Fulbright, American Government, 1999-2000.


Habre, Samer S. was born on December 24, 1962 in Beirut, Lebanon. Son of Said and Layla Hobeika Habre.


Doctor of Philosophy, Syracuse University, New York, New York, 1986—1991.


Associate professor of mathematics Lebanese American University, Beirut, since 1999, assistant professor of mathematics, 1992—1998. Visiting assistant professor of mathematics Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 1998—1999, State University of New York, Geneseo, 1991—1992.


  • Other Work

    • Author: (academic paper) Writing in a Reformed Differential Equations Course. Reviewer (review of a book) Differential Equations and Linear Algebra. Author: (academic paper) The ODE Curriculum: Traditional versus Non-Traditional.

      The Case of One Student, Visualization Enhanced by Technology in the Learning of Multivariable Calculus, The Convergence of an Euler Approximation of an Initial Value Problem Is Not Always Obvious, Visualization in Multivariable Calculus The Case of 3D-Surfaces, Exploring Student's Strategies to Solve Ordinary Differential Equations in a Reformed Setting, Innovative Methods in the Teaching of Calculus - A Case Study, The Fredholm Alternative for Second Order Linear Elliptic Systems with VMO Coefficients, Homotopic Classification of Euler-Lagrange Systems.


Member of the advisory board Science Quest Magazine, Beirut, Lebanon, 1992—1997. Secretary International Conference on Technology in Mathematics Education ( Lebanese American University), Lebanon, 2000. Chairman International Conference on Trends in Mathematics Education (Lebanese American University), Lebanon, 2003.

Member of Mathematics Association of America.


  • Other Interests

    Travel, music, reading.


Married Paula Abboud, April 30, 1995. Children: Nadeem, Sari.

Said Habre

Layla Hobeika Habre

Paula Abboud

Nadeem Habre

Sari Habre