Michael S Schneider
Michael S. (Michael S.) Schneider is a teacher who teaches teachers, artists, architects, and youngsters about nature's numerical language in order to foster new perspectives on nature, science, art, and mathematics. He graduated from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and the University of Florida with a Master's Degree in Math Education. He spent eleven years as a Fulbright-Hayes Scholar in India, where he taught in public schools. He devised the geometry harmonizing the statues at the entry of St. Paul's Cathedral as an education writer and computer consultant. John the Divine in his home city of New York City.