
EXPERIENCE
 Instructor, West Valley College, 1999 to present
 Instructor, Bellarmine College Preparatory, 1998 to 1999
 Parttime Instructor: 1996 to 1999 at West Valley College, Santa Clara University,
St. Mary's College, University of California Santa Cruz, San Jose State University,
Golden Gate University
 Vice President, Wagner Associates  19731998
 Applying mathematics, operations research, and computer science to solve problems in industry and government.


PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
 West Valley College
Adjunct faculty member of the West Valley College Academic Senate from
September 96 to June 98;
Member Faculty Professional Development Committee, 1999  present
 Mathematical Societies and Committees
Active Member of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) since
1968; the American
 Mathematical Society (AMS) since 1968; the Society of Industrial
and Applied Mathematicians (SIAM) since 1984; and NCTM (National Council
of Teachers of Mathematics) since 1998,
Chair of the MAA Committee on Industrial and Government Mathematics
from 1996 to 1998, Committee member from 1994 to 1998
Chair of Joint Committee on Employment Opportunities (19931995), Committee
member 19871996 (This is a joint committee of the AMS, MAA, and SIAM)
 Invited Addresses 
Invited speaker at 2000 SIAM Annual Meeting in Puerto Rico at the K
through 12 Teachers' Day. Title of the talk was Teaching Mathematical Thinking.
Plenary speaker at the 1997 National Workshop for Project Kaleidoscope.
(Project Kaleidoscope is an NSF funded endeavor to "develop an agenda
for strengthening science and mathematics in this nation's liberal arts
community".) Invited speaker at AMS special session on Mathematics in Industry and
Business at the 1997 Joint Mathematical Societies Meeting in San Diego.
Title of presentation was "Mathematics and Biotechnology." AMS invited speaker at the 1995 Joint Mathematical Societies Meeting
in San Francisco. Topic was "How to Prepare for a Mathematics Career
in Industry." (The text of this talk may be found on the AMS web site
at http://www.ams.org/employment/sanfran.html) Delivered 1994 Millican Lecture at the University of North Texas.
Invited colloquium speaker at Willamette University, University of California
at Davis, Phoenix College, Cal Poly at San Luis Obispo, Santa Clara
University, St. Mary's College, and the Naval Post Graduate School.
 Additional Educational Committees 
Member of Valley Scholar Selection
Committee, 19941999. (This committee is administered by the Noyce Foundation
and selects high school students for college scholarships.)
Member of California Learning Assessment System (CLAS) Task Force on Performance
Standards for Mathematics, 19931995.
 Research Publications "A Survey of the Search Theory Literature," S.J. Benkoski, M.G. Monticino, and
J.R. Weisinger, Naval Research Logistics, Vol. 38, pp. 469494, 1991.
"Optimal Layered Search," J. R. Weisinger and S. J. Benkoski, Naval
Research Logistics, Vol. 35, No. 1, pp. 4360, February 1989.
"The Discriminator (A Simple Application of Bertrand's Postulate)," L. K. Arnold, S. J.
Benkoski, and B. J. McCabe, American Mathematical Monthly, Vol. 93,
No. 4, pp. 275277, April 1985.
"The Probability that k Positive Integers are Relatively rPrime," S. J. Benkoski, Journal of Number Theory, Vol.
8, No. 2, pp. 218223, May 1976.
"On Weird and Pseudoperfect Numbers," S. J. Benkoski and P. Erdos, Mathematics of Computation, pp. 617623,
April 1974.

