Andrew Incognito, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Mathematics
Ph.D., Mathematics, Temple University
M.A., Mathematics, Temple University
B.A., Mathematics, Temple University
Andrew Incognito has been working at Coastal since 2002. He has taught a variety of courses across the math curriculum including calculus, combinatorics, and the history of mathematics.
His research interests are in the field of analysis and he also leads undergraduate research in the areas of voting theory, fractals, and the history of mathematics. In addition, he is involved in the annual CCU High School Math Contest and Math Jeopardy competitions.
In his free time, he enjoys playing chess, including four-way chess, and sports.