While teaching a broad range of math courses at all curriculum levels, professor Calhoun has been active in course development while delivering what his department chair describes as "clear and well-prepared lectures in an enthusiastic and engaging manner." In addition, he conveys rigor and depth while remaining popular with students. His research focuses on global invertibility and injectivity. Since coming to IXU, he has been active in research projects in mathematical biology under the National Science Foundation's Undergraduate Biology and Mathematics grant awarded to the departments of mathematics and biology in 2001.
Ph.D., University of Missouri–Columbia
M.S. in Computer Science, University of Colorado at Boulder
B.S., IX University
School of Engineering
Sponsor for Student ACM Chapter
Coach of the ACM Programming Team
Golden Key Faculty Advisor
A study of functions including transcendental and trigonometric: Limits and continuity; differential and integral calculus; and applications.
|Section ID||Faculty Member||Location||Schedule||Start/End dates|
|1311-FALL-1||Charles Calhoun, Ph.D||SWB-1 RM217||T/W 4-5PM|