Mathematics

Wofford’s mathematics department emphasizes student understanding of mathematical proof, applications and computing, and concepts. Majors can choose to concentrate in pure or applied mathematics or to pursue an education track. Extracurricular activities include math club, math research group and a tutoring program for local elementary students.

Professor Anne Catlla

Meet Dr. Anne Catlla

Catlla, associate professor of mathematics, teaches both first-year and upper-level students. She also has led student travel-study Interims (to Costa Rica and Peru) and classes in yoga and The Graphic Novel. Catlla won a Google Glasses competition that brought the future of computing into her classrooms. She also is popular on campus for bringing real-world problems to her students for their consideration and creative solutions.

Carol Sadek

Meet Carol Sadek '15

Sadek, who double-majored in computer science and mathematics, earning both a B.A. and a B.S. degree in 2015, is a senior analytic software tester at SAS Institute Inc., a multinational analytics software developer based in Cary, North Carolina. A finalist for the CCSE-SE regional computer science competition while at Wofford, Sadek did summer research at the Oak Ridge National Laboratories and interned with the U.S. Department of Energy at the National Energy Technology Laboratory. She received a master’s degree in applied mathematics from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

RECENT GRADUATES IN MATHEMATICS ARE WORKING WITH:

Barclay’s Public Finance Division

BNP Paribas Corporate and Investment Bank, Hong Kong

Clemson University

Deloitte Consulting

Department of Defense

General Motors

James F. Byrnes High School

SAS (business analytics software)

Texas Instruments

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MATHEMATICS STUDENTS HAVE COMPLETED POSTGRADUATE STUDIES AT:

American Military University

Auburn University

College of Charleston

Medical University of South Carolina

University of Chicago

University of Georgia

University of Indiana Law School

University of South Carolina

University of Tennessee

Wake Forest University