Student Achievements

The Broward College Math Team attended the Math Olympics at University of North Florida in Jacksonville April 19-21, 2019.  We are proud to announce that our students won first place in the team competition and must say a big 'thank you' to coaches Sandy Geraci and Angie Matthews.  Students on the first place team are Neehal Hussain, David Schnoor, Estephano Delgado, and Zariq George.  

In addition to first place in the Team competition we are also delighted to announce that Neehal Hussain won first place in the individual competition beating out the second place opponent by 7 points.

We are proud of these students and all of our students who traveled to Jacksonville.  Other students who attended the competition are Megan Eaton, Phillip Dumeny, Phuc Nhan, Jayden Johnson, Tyler Wong, Nicholas Cuesta, and Gabriel Rodriguez.

Faculty-Staff Achievements

Dr. Scott Demsky (Central Campus), who started his career teaching at a university, then went on to a 25-year career in software development at IBM, and then returned to higher education as a math professor at Broward College, received the Bank of America I Endowed Teaching Chair. A mentoring scholar and associate professor of mathematics, Dr. Demsky is also a member of Broward College's Critical Thinking Learning Society.

Congratulations Dr. Demsky.


Professor Serge Komovsky (Central Campus) has been teaching math as an adjunct faculty for Broward College since 2015.  He is currently taking graduate statistics classes at FAU and has received both a B.S. and an M.S. in Aerospace Engineering from the National Aviation University in Kiev, Ukraine.  In addition, he holds a Pastoral Diploma from the Joshua Bible Institute in Kiev, Ukraine.


Once a BC student and now a BC instructor, Professor Marcus Sousa (North Campus) is very thankful for the opportunity to teach alongside his role model instructors, such as Dr. Fulwood. 

He earned a bachelor's degree in secondary math education at Broward College and became certified as a tutor by the College Reading & Learning Association.​

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