Carol Manigault, MBA Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science

Professor Manigault has served as a member of the New Jersey Algebra Project, the Board of Governors of the New Jersey Mathematics Coalition, and the New Jersey Math and Science Coalition. She has received graduate certification in Computer Information Systems Assurance and Security from the Center of Excellence in Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS) at Purdue University in cooperation with the National Security Agency (NSA) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) in Washington, D.C., in response to Homeland Security’s efforts to build academic programs in Information Assurance and Security at colleges and universities around the country.

Professor Manigault was selected to participate in a delegation of 16 female college professors from the United States to travel to South Africa in October 2010, in connection with Nelson Mandela’s mandate to consolidate and upgrade colleges and universities in that country and prepare more women for the professoriate. She is Co-founder and President of The JELANI Institute (Justice Equity Love and Awareness NOW Institute).     www.jelani.org

Field of Interest

Computer Ethics, Problem Solving in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM courses), Computer Simulation Modeling

Courses Taught at Felician College

MATH 110 Mathematics for Financial Decision Making
MATH 112 Quantitative Reasoning
MATH 114 Mathematical Explorations
MATH 160 College Algebra
MATH 161 PreCalculus
CS 101 Introduction to Computer Applications
CS 140 Management Information Systems
CS 325 Network Security
CS 400 Computer Systems Analysis and Logical Design
CS 420 Physical Design and Implementation of Emerging Environments
CS 425 Managing Information Security in Information Systems
CS 460 Project Management Practicum

Publications

Office Location:
Milton Hall Lower Level
Contact Phone:
(201) 559-3329

Education

MBA, New York University
B.S. Howard University

Positions Held

Assistant Professor, Felician College (1986-present)
Adjunct Instructor, Farleigh Dickenson University (1985-1996)
Instructor, African American Educational Center (1982-1995)