Tevian Dray is Professor of Mathematics at Oregon State University, where he has been on the faculty since 1988. A Fellow of the American Physical Society, based on his research in general relativity spanning 30 years, he has held postdoctoral positions in Germany, the Netherlands, and England, been a Fulbright Scholar in both India and Australia, and has won several teaching awards. A geometer by training, he is also active in science education. He is married to physicist Corinne Manogue; they have two children. His academic homepage can be found at http://www.math.oregonstate.edu/~tevian.
Education
BS in Mathematics, MIT, 1976
PhD in Mathematics, UC/Berkeley, 1981
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
General relativity; Geometry; Mathematical Physics; Science Education