Thomas Pandolfini

Associate Professor,  College of Arts & Sciences

Contact Information

Bio

Thomas Pandolfini has taught at JWU since 1992 — primarily mathematics and history courses. His research interests include statistics associated with the Academy Awards and pedagogical themes of online teaching.

Pandolfini's service includes nine years as department chair of mathematics, as well as nine years on the University Committee on Academic Rank, which is charged with qualifying faculty members for promotion. He has also chaired the university and Arts & Sciences Outcomes Assessment committees — essential roles related to accreditation.

On a personal level, Pandolfini enjoys European travel, reading and dance music, and has a strong interest in Medieval history, art and architecture.

Courses Taught

  • MATH1020: Fundamentals of Algebra
  • MATH1030: Precalculus
  • MATH1035: Quantitative Analysis I
  • MATH2001: Statistics
  • MATH2002: Statistics II
  • MATH2040: Calculus II