Patrick Davis has been working at IMSA since the Fall 2018 semester. Prior to coming to IMSA, he taught at the South Carolina Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics as part of the Accelerate engineering program. Before that, he taught as a graduate student at Central Michigan University, where he defended his dissertation on the use of delay differential equations in mathematical epidemiology during the Fall 2017 semester.
As a faculty member at IMSA, Patrick continues to be interested in the mathematical modeling of infectious disease (and has worked with students on this topic in an SIR project); however he enjoys the opportunity to focus on teaching. He also serves as the operational coordinator for the IMSA Mathematics and Computer Science team.
- Ph.D., Mathematics with a Concentration in Teaching College Mathematics, Central Michigan University
- M.A., Mathematics, Central Michigan University
- B.S., Mathematics and General Science, Eastern Michigan University