COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Ralph Chikhany

For course information, including STAT370 in Fall 2018, please refer the corresponding Blackboard page.

Education

  • PhD in Mathematics with Emphasis in Education, Washington State University, May 2020 (expected)
  • MA in Mathematics, Appalachian State University, May 2015
  • BS in Computer Engineering, Holy Spirit University - Lebanon, June 2013
Academic Advisors
Research Interests
  • Teaching and learning of Calculus, namely Riemann sums and integrals.
  • Teaching and learning of Business Calculus and calculus for non-STEM majors with a current emphasis on marginal analysis and accumulation functions.
  • LGBTQ+ Mathematics faculty and students issues.
Current Positions
Teaching Experience
  • Washington State University
    • Fall 2016: MATH 171 - Calculus I Lab Instructor
    • Spring 2017: MATH 201 - Mathematics for Business and Economics
    • Summer 2017: MATH 202 - Calculus for Business and Economics
    • Fall 2017: MATH 202 - Calculus for Business and Economics
    • Spring 2018: MATH 172 - Calculus II Lab Instructor and TA mentor
    • Fall 2018: STAT 370 - Introductory Statistics for Engineers
  • Notre Dame University - Lebanon
    • Fall 2015: MAT 213 - Calculus III and STA 101 - Introduction to Statistics
    • Spring 2016: MAT 235 - Differential Equations
  • Brummana High School
    • July 2015 through June 2016
      • Grades 7, 8 and 9 (Lebanese Program)
      • Grade 9 IGCSE Mathematics
      • Grade 12: Introduction to Calculus
  • Appalachian State University
    • Fall 2013 through Spring 2015: MAT 1025 - Precalculus