Kathy Davis

The Facts

I’m Kathy Davis, an Associate Professor in Mathematics. I teach, and I’m writing a book: see the link to Calculus sin frontera. Also I’m lots older than the photo.

Things I Teach

  1. -M408C Calculus I

  2. -M408D Calculus II

  3. -M408KL Calculus

  4. -M361K Intro to Analysis

  5. -Intro to Math Biology

  6. -Calculus sin frontera

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More About Me

  1. -Life and People

  2. -Photos


Japan, Vancouver and UT: three places in my life, and a camera.


My spouse and I were first married in Vancouver (it wasn’t legal in this country). Winter: rain, cold, and we fell in love with the place.  Longs walks along the ocean; crashing waves and nothing between us and the Sea of Japan. We stop in a Malaysian, maybe Japanese place. Maybe our pub: the brewmeister knows us, pulls up a chair and tells us about the new IPA he’s made. Later, in the evening, we watch a storm rolling down from the North Shore mountains.  Home of our hearts.


Classic first date line: “So where do you go in this town for a good bowl of noodles?” When I met my spouse, she’d just returned from 6 years in Japan; she’s spent 25 years telling me about it. Never really took until I watched anime in Japanese. I tell her, ‘for the first time in 25 years I can understand what you’re saying.’


A few years ago, I needed a break from administration, and I got a used M8 Leica camera: one of those things, takes a lifetime to learn. Meanwhile, I’m looking at UT through its people and special places. Check out my photo page!