Christopher Edward Duncan

Christopher E. Duncan

Associate Professor of Mathematics
Ph.D., Tulane University (2007)
M.S., Tulane University (2006)
B.S., University of South Carolina, Upstate (2000)



CLASSES TAUGHT
Course Num Course Title
CIS-101 Computer Fundamentals
CIS-202 Computer Appl for Engineers
CIS-300 Numerical Analysis
MATH-101 Survey of Mathematics
MATH-114 Precalculus
MATH-121 Math for Bus, Life Science
MATH-131 Differential Calculus
MATH-132 Integral Calculus
MATH-134 Intro to Abstract Mathematics
MATH-211 Intro to Statistical Methods I
MATH-231 Calculus III
MATH-240 Differential Equations
MATH-270 Intro to Computational Science
MATH-300 Numerical Analysis
MATH-308 Linear Algebra
MATH-390 Partial Differential Equations
MATH-421 Abstract Algebra I
MATH-422 Abstract Algebra II
MATH-499 Mathematics Capstone

ARTICLES - REFEREED
  • Census at School and Statistics in the Middle School in eReflections. (2012)

PRESENTATIONS
  • Probabilities and Pigs and Zombies, OH MY. South Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Greenville, South Carolina. (2013)
  • Using Inquiry-Based Activities in a Primarily Lecture-Based Intro Statistics Class. MAA Section Meeting. Morrow, Georgia. (March, 2012)
  • Mathematical Thinking in the Common Core. SCDOE Common Core Training Workshop. Columbia, South Carolina. (February, 2012)
  • Minicourse: Middle School Prob/Stat Activities. South Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. (2012)
  • Evaluating Nearly-Singular Integrals in Introductory Calculus Courses. Southeastern Section of MAA meeting. Elon, North Carolina. (March, 2010)
  • Workshop: Famously Difficult Problems from Elementary Probability. South Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Columbia, South Carolina. (October, 2009)
  • Measures of Power in Weighted Voting Systems. Guy Jacobsohn Memorial Mathematics Colloquium. Spartanburg, South Carolina. (September, 2008)
  • Power Distribution in Weighted Voting Systems. Southeastern Section of MAA meeting. Charleston, South Carolina. (March, 2008)