Chris Jones holds the rank of Professor at Harford Community College, teaching various levels of mathematics since 2004. Chris earned a BS in Computer Science and MS in Applied and Industrial Mathematics from Towson University. He serves the Coordinator for Harford’s Honors Program and Computer Science Program and formerly served as the Coordinator for Harford’s Mathematics and Engineering Programs. Chris is a member of the executive board for the Maryland Chapter of NOSS and serves on the executive board for the Maryland Collegiate Honors Council. Chris is the faculty adviser for the Honors Student Council and a faculty adviser for the Rho Beta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa. Chris is a published mathematician, sharing his research and ingenuity in the areas of infinite series and their applications. He is nationally recognized as a leader in the area of teaching and learning and is the recipient of the National Institute for Organizational and Staff Development Award (2011), the Harford Outstanding Adviser of the Year Award (2012), the John and Suanne Rouche Award (2014), and the the Dale P. Parnell Award (2018). Under his mentorship, Chris’s students have developed and presented research projects at various local and state conferences. His mathematical interests include game theory, fractal geometry, and connections between mathematics, music, and computers. Outside of his work at Harford, Chris plays guitar, softball, and skis in the winter.
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