• Dr. Caroline Boulis
    Caroline Maher-Boulis,
    Associate Professor of Mathematics

    Office: SMC 103E
    Phone Ext: 8393

    Dr. Caroline Maher-Boulis, an Associate Professor of Mathematics, teaches classes such as Calculus III, Abstract Algebra, Differential Equations, and Financial Mathematics. Prior to joining Lee, Maher-Boulis worked as a teaching assistant in the Mathematics department at Florida State, as a freshman advisor at the American University in Cairo, as a cultural coordinator for the Zenab Kamel Hassan Foundation for Holistic Human Development, and as an executive assistant at Image Film Production. She earned her PhD from Florida State University.  Her current research interests include abstract algebra, algebraic topology, recreational mathematics and problems arising in industry.

    Dr. Maher-Boulis is the coordinator of the mathematics internship program, the IMP Lunch on Lee’s campus, and is a member of the Summer Research/Internships subcommittee.  She helps students secure internships as well as summer REUs.  Through her professional contacts she has been able to introduce students to corporations and help them secure jobs after graduation. 

    Maher-Boulis has been successful in receiving the Improving Teacher Quality grant from the Tennessee Higher Education Commission.  The grant provides for developing and implementing workshops for K-12 teachers in the areas of mathematics. science, and humanities.  Previous awards helped fund the Bringing Life to Mathematics (BLT Math) project for middle school teachers.  She is also the director of the BLT Math Summer Camps for middle and high school students.

    Other areas where Dr. Maher-Boulis interacts heavily with students include sponsoring the mathematics club, Lee Prime, and the mathematics honor society, Kappa Mu Epsilon.  She works with students in planning appropriate academic and social events, as well as service projects.  She recruits students to work as teaching assistants for her classes and office managers.  She recommends students for scholarships, such as Payne Scholarships. 

    Being very passionate about diversity she sponsors Lee University African Student Association.  She conducts a cross-cultural trip to Egypt and teaches the Egyptian Mathematics course.

Academic Calendar

11/27
Classes Resume
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Classes Resume
12/05
Last Day of Classes
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Last Day of Classes
12/05
Final day to withdraw from the University
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Final day to withdraw from the University
12/05
Faculty Meeting
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Rose Lecture Hall
Faculty Meeting
12/06
Reading Day
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