Pamela Gorkin is Professor of Mathematics at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. She received her Ph.D. at Michigan State University, where she worked under the direction of Sheldon Axler. She is a quadruple spartan.
Her research is focused in functional analysis, complex analysis, operator theory, and linear algebra with primary interest in questions about interpolation, the numerical range, and composition.
Her book, Reading, Writing, and Proving: A Closer Look at Mathematics, written with Ulrich Daepp, has appeared in its second edition. See the website for solutions and other information about the second edition. Together with Ueli Daepp, Andrew Shaffer and Karl Voss, she is completing a book entitled Blaschke Products, Poncelet's Theorem, and the Numerical Range: The Geometric Connection. She also collaborates with Elias Wegert, Gunter Semmler, and Ueli Daepp on the creation of the mathematical calendar Complex Beauties.
One of her favorite places to give a talk is right here.