# Faculty/Staff Profile

### Malcom Devoe

Instructor

Phone: 678-839-4123 | Fax: 678-839-6490

Email: mdevoe@westga.edu

Office: Boyd Building 106A

### Biography

Educator | Professor | Researcher

### Education/Degrees

- B.S., Computer Science, Morehouse College, 2004
- M.S., Computational and Applied Mathematics, Georgia State University, 2012
- Ph.D., Mathematics Education & Computational and Applied Mathematics, Georgia State University, 2016

### Presentations

Algebra and System of Equations with Epistemography of Algebra, Mathematics and Statistics Department, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA(2012); Cellular Neural Networks with Switching Connections, Mathematics and Statistics Department, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA (2012); Pade` Approximation, Mathematics and Statistics Department, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA (2011); Newtonâ€™s Method for Solving Nonlinear Systems, Mathematics and Statistics Department, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA (2011); Linear Finite Difference Method, Mathematics and Statistics Department, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA (2011).; Equilibrium, Mathematics and Statistics Department, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA (2011).; Membrane Potential, Mathematics and Statistics Department, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA (2011); Polynomial Cascading, Leadership Alliance National Symposium, Westfields Marriott Conference Center, Chantilly,VA (2003); Polynomial Cascading, SMART Research Symposium, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO (2003).

### Research Interest

Research interests lie in mathematics educational research that involve improving students' performances in our core courses, and complex dynamical systems and networks, mathematical biology and computational neuroscience.

### Teaching Interests

Teaching interests include Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Differential Equations, and Numerical Analysis and Mathematics educational courses for our K-12 teachers.

### Courses and Sections

###### Courses Taught

- MATH-1001 (Quantitative Skills &Reasoning)
- MATH-1111 (College Algebra)
- MATH-1113 (Precalculus)
- MATH-1413 (Survey of Calculus)
###### Spring 2014 Sections

###### Fall 2013 Sections