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Pat Freeman, MEd

Instructor, Mathematics
Unit: Mathematics and Computer Science, College of Humanities and Sciences, School of Sciences and Math
Location: Tigerville

"My desire is to be an 'oak of righteous', a planting of the Lord for the display His splendor" Isaiah 61:3
  • Teaching & Education

    You will learn with me when taking courses in Algebra.


    • BA, Furman University
    • MEd, Clemson University
    • Additional graduate courses at Clemson University, University of Louisville, and Converse College
  • Professional Experience

    My experience includes a nine-year career in secondary education in South and North Carolina. I have also been teaching at the university level for twenty-nine years in Kentucky and South Carolina.

  • Selected Awards Received

    Promoted to Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Jefferson Community College which is affiliated with the University of Kentucky

  • My Story

    Early in life I realized that those people who had the greatest influence on my life, other than my parents, were teachers. As an adult reflecting upon those experiences and relationships, I believe that we influence the world not by changing systems or things but by influencing individuals. Therefore, I approach my work as an educator with the awareness that I am just not trying to impart information, but I am also seeking to affect the lives of others. With the opportunity to teach in a Christian university, I have a devotion and prayer in every class I teach. My prayer for my students is to have a closer walk with God at the end of the semester.

    Favorite Course to Teach:

    College Algebra

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