Perron accepts math position at Potomac State
Michael Perron accepted a position with the Mathematics Department this fall at Potomac State College of West Virginia University where he serves as a visiting professor teaching elementary algebra, college algebra, trigonometry, and calculus.
Perron is currently a doctoral candidate in mathematics at Ohio University and expects to defend his dissertation by the end of the year. He earned his master’s degree in mathematics from Ohio University and his bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Hanover College in Indiana.
Perron previously served as a teaching assistant of mathematics with Ohio University where he taught various courses including algebra, pre-calculus, survey of calculus, game theory, and calculus one, two and three. He also served as an adjunct instructor at Harrison College and Brown Mackie College, both of which are in Indiana.
Perron received the ‘Outstanding Instructor’ award for 2015-2016 at Ohio University.