Eric Hogle, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Eric Hogle is an algebraic topologist, interested in spaces with groups acting on them. When he’s not doing math, he likes going rock climbing around the Spokane area. He has taught math in high schools, community college and universities, and he...

Dr. Eric Hogle

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Education & Curriculum Vitae

Ph.D., Mathematics, University of Oregon

M.A., Mathematics Education, Columbia University Teachers College

B.A., Mathematics, Reed College

Courses Taught

Excursions in Math (Math 103 or 217)

Calculus I (Math 157)

Calculus II (Math 258)

Calculus III (Math 259)

Modern Geometry (Math 341)

Linear Algebra (Math 339)

Abstract Algebra I (Math 437)

Abstract Algebra II (Math 438)

Topology (Math 459)


Eric Hogle is an algebraic topologist, interested in spaces with groups acting on them. When he’s not doing math, he likes going rock climbing around the Spokane area. He has taught math in high schools, community college and universities, and he lives for those moments when his students say “oh, I get it!"
The freeness theorem for equivariant cohomology of Rep(C_2)-complexes, Topology and its Applications, Volume 285, 1 November 2020, 107413 RO(Z/2)-graded cohomology of equivariant Grassmannians, New York Journal of Mathematics, Volume 27, 2021

I’m interested in equivariant topology and RO(G)-graded Bredon cohomology using various Mackey functors. In particular, I’ve been computing the cohomology of the equivariant Grassmannian manifolds of k-planes embedded in representations of C2.