Dr. Supawan King is currently an Associate Professor of Mathematics for the STEM Division of Harford Community College. She received her undergraduate studies at Prince of Songkla Universiry, Thailand, which she completed summa cum laude in 1994, with a B.Sc. in Applied Mathematics. She then began her teaching career at the Mathematics Department of Prince of Songkla University, Thailand. The Royal Thai Government awarded her a scholarship to pursue higher degrees abroad. She came to the University of Montana, Missoula in 1997, where she received her Master’s and Doctorate degrees in Applied Mathematics in 1998 and in 2002, respectively. She spent the academic years 2002-2005 as an Assistant Professor at Prince of Songkla University. In 2005, she returned to the United States and joined Harford Community College as an Instructional Support Specialist for the Math Center for two years. She has been teaching college math courses for the STEM division since 2006. She is particularly interested in student engagement and active learning in the classroom. She serves as the faculty sponsor for the Mu Alpha Theta-Math Honor Society Chapter at HCC. She is also a Co-PI of an NSF S-STEM grant that provides scholarships to support academically talented full-time students majoring in STEM majors.