Michael Farndale, M.A.
Professor Emeritus for Mathematics, Adjunct Professor
M.A. in Mathematics – Oxford University, England
Certificate of Education – Oxford University, England
B.A. in Mathematics – Oxford University, England
Professor Farndale was born in London, England. His teaching experience includes Brentwood School (Essex, England), Calgary University (Alberta, Canada), Samuel Pepys Comprehensive School (London, England), Atlantic College (Wales), St. George's English School (Rome, Italy), and St. Dominic's Sixth Form College (London, England).
His wide travels in Europe as a cosmopolitan teacher finally brought him to Iowa and Waldorf in 1982, where he is currently an Associate Professor of Physics and Mathematics. He is a member of the American Association of Physics Teachers and the Mathematical Association of America.
His teaching interests are in physics, mathematics, and astronomy. He likes to travel with his family, garden, and sing in the church choir.