In 2018 Professor Reginald McGee began as a tenure-track assistant professor at College of the Holy Cross. He studies mathematical immunobiology and develops models and data analysis methods to address questions of interest.
Professor McGee was born, raised, and public-school-educated in Saginaw, Michigan and then attended Florida A&M University—a historically Black land grant institution—as an undergraduate. A job shadow led to a junior year change of major from Actuarial Science to Mathematical Sciences with a minor in economics, but he was still unsuspecting of an impending fascination with biology. Subsequently, McGee completed master’s and doctoral degrees in mathematics at Purdue University. Prior to arriving at Holy Cross, he completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Mathematical Biosciences Institute at THE Ohio State University.
Professor McGee also enjoys USA Today crosswords, boujee coffee, yoga, and tabletop games. In a past life he also practiced Tae Kwon Do (3rd Kup).
Ph.D. in Mathematics, 2015
M.S. in Mathematics, 2012
B.S. in Math. Sciences, 2009
Florida A&M University
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