Mahmoud Harding

A member of the NCSSM mathematics faculty since 2017, Mahmoud has taught residential, online, and summer enrichment courses. He is passionate about teaching, programming, developing course material, collaborating with colleagues on projects, and advising students. He has developed a short course called Islamic Geometric Patterns, for NCSSM’s miniterm program. Before NCSSM, Mahmoud was a programmer at Vf corporation and a systems analyst at IBM and Revlon. He was a mathematics instructor at a university in the Middle East from 2005-2015 and was a teacher in Guilford Public Schools from 1993-1997. He earned a B.Sc. Mathematics Education with a minor in Computer Science and a M.Sc. in Applied Mathematics from North Carolina A & T University.

What is something you enjoy about teaching at NCSSM?

"Working at NCSSM gives me the opportunity to develop and teach a wide variety of interesting math courses. Since being at NCSSM, I have developed a short course on Islamic Geometric Design and have taught courses in data science."

Mr. Harding's Math Fun Fact

Marjorie Lee Browne was a prominent mathematician and educator who, in 1949, became only the third African-American woman to earn a doctorate in her field. Browne taught and researched for thirty years at North Carolina Central University (NCCU). She also served as the head of the department from 1951 to 1970. It is very likely that my aunt and uncle had a class with Dr. Browne. Both of them attended NCCU and majored in mathematics.