Cammey Cole Manning is a professor of mathematics and head of the Mathematics and Computer Science Department at Meredith College. She earned her B.S. in mathematics and computer science at Duke University and completed her Ph.D. in applied mathematics with a concentration in computational mathematics at North Carolina State University. She has been actively involved with the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM), the Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM), and the Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute (SAMSI), particularly in mentoring and planning professional development programs and workshops for undergraduates, graduate students, and early-career individuals. She continues to be active in research, most recently publishing in the Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering journal.
Ph.D. , Applied Mathematics with a concentration in Computational Mathematics, North Carolina State University
M.S., Applied Mathematics, North Carolina State University
B.S., Mathematics and Computer Science, Duke University
“A Review of Quantitative Studies of Benzene Metabolism” (with Mark R. Lovern and Paul M. Schlosser), Critical Reviews in Toxicology, Volume 31, pages 285-311, 2001.