Engineering Program Coordinator:
Cammey Manning , associate professor of mathematics, recieved a Ph.D. in applied mathematics from North Carolina State University before joining Meredith's faculty in 2001. Cole coordinates undergraduate research activities in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science and serves on the Undergraduate Research Advisory Board. Cole received Meredith's Pauline Davis Perry Award for Excellence in Research and Publication in 2005. She is a member of the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Association for Women in Mathematics and Society of Mathematical Biology.
Degrees Held: B.S., Duke University, M.S. and Ph.D., North Carolina State University
Courses Taught: Exploring with Mathematics, Calculus I, Calculus II, Advanced Calculus, Linear Algebra, College Algebra, Numerical Analysis, Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning, Honors Mathematics Lab, Honors Thesis in Mathematics, Research in Mathematics
Contact: 243 Science/Mathematics Building, (919) 760-2851, firstname.lastname@example.org
The students will also be mentored by women who have upper class status in engineering and/or who are practicing engineers. In addition, they will have the choice each year during their five years in the program to participate in a living community at Meredith College mainly for women who have chosen, engineering, science, mathematics or computer science as a major. This means also that after the students officially transfer to NCSU for their fourth year, they will continue to have the option of living on the Meredith College campus until the completion of their Engineering Dual Degree Program.