Christine Belledin

Christine Belledin has been a member of the NCSSM mathematics department since 2006. She teaches a range of courses, including Precalculus, Calculus, Complex Systems and Mathematical Modeling. She also teaches courses in the NCSSM Online program and has developed online courses in Multivariable Calculus and Complex Systems. She has led and worked with programs like Women in Science and Engineering, STEM #LikeAGirl, and Sisters in STEM to promote participation by women in STEM fields. She loves music, art and crafts, and she has developed projects and short courses to help students explore connections between mathematics and art. Her main educational interests are in mathematical modeling and educational equity and access. 

What is something you enjoy about teaching at NCSSM?

"I love the NCSSM community.  I love that I am surrounded by students and colleagues who are always excited to learn and grow and make our school and our world better."

Ms. Belledin's Math Fun Fact

There are different sizes of infinity.  Actually, there are infinitely many different sizes of infinity.  Now, suppose you take an infinitely large set.  You can add an infinite number of elements to the set... and infinite number of times... and still not change the size of the set!