I enjoy sharing the beauty and excitment of mathematics with a wider audience. Some of the projects I have done in partnership with my students include:

- a movie about the Costa minimal surface which became part of the math exhibit Beyond Numbers at the Maryland Science Center.
- a public math event which created the world’s largest Sierpinski triangle out of K’NEX pieces.
- an art gallery of images created by the students in my Multi-variable Calculus course.
- computer generated images of the first surfaces known to exist in three dimensional space whose geodesic (ie straight line) motion is chaotic.

Articles that feature Professor Donnay and his projects with students can be found here.