Awad Rasras is a Mathematics Associate Professor at Jefferson Community and Technical College, Louisville. He is a professional individual who has more than 25 years of experience in teaching Mathematics. He is widely recognized for his in-depth knowledge of the field. He just loves to travel because according to him, he get a chance to explore new places and amazing sceneries. To likes to remain fit and healthy, and that is why, he participates in several activities including running, walking, and cycling on constant basis.
Awad Rasras has attended prestigious colleges and universities including the University of Kansas and Texas Woman’s University. In 1978, he finished his B.S. in Mathematics and after that, he studied in Texas Woman’s University to receive his MA degree in Mathematics. He completed his Master of Arts in Education from the University of Kansas in 1985. He entered the Jefferson Community and Technical College, Louisville, KY in 1987, and has been working in the college since then.
Jefferson Community and Technical College, Louisville is ranked as one of the leading academic institutions in the region. It offers high quality yet reasonable education and training programs for students. This institution promotes various opportunities for learning and access through its several programs and helps in the attainment of statewide educational objectives. It also provides a safe learning and working environment and unmatched opportunities through community and educational partnerships.
Awad Rasras is linked to two renowned professional organizations known as Kentucky Association of Two Year Colleges (KYMATYC), and Mathematical Association of America (MAA). The KYMATYC is a widely popular in the state and this organization allows teachers of mathematics (on college level) and others who have a keen interest in Mathematics, to become its members. The MAA is a leading society which is committed to mathematics accessible at the under-graduate level. It was established in 1915, and located in Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, D.C., the society publishes a number of journals, that include Mathematics Magazine, The American Mathematical Monthly, Math Horizons, The College Mathematics Journal, and MAA Focus.
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