Teaching Assistant Professor
SAS Hall 3232
Stepan Paul received his PhD in Mathematics at the University of California Santa Barbara. He was a Lecturer at California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo and UC Santa Barbara, and as a Preceptor at Harvard University before starting at NC State in 2020.
BS Mathematics Duke University 2007
PhD Mathematics UC Santa Barbara 2013
Area(s) of Expertise
My primary area of research is in the scholarship of teaching and learning of mathematics. In particular, I am interested in how students' spatial and visualization skills influence their success in mathematics courses, and how computer-based and physical manipulatives affect the learning process in these courses. I am also interested in mathematical illustration of research-level mathematics, especially for the purposes outreach and education.