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Benito Pastora


Dr. Pastora worked as a teaching assistant at the University of Dayton, at the University of Cincinnati and at Texas A&M, where he was awarded a Welch Fellowship. After getting his MS degree He taught at the University of Nicaragua for five years. After getting his PhD, Dr. Pastora did research in Electrical Engineering at Texas A&M. He joined the WCJC faculty in the spring of 1985. He was hired as a Math/Physics /Engineering instructor. Dr. Pastora teaches a variety of Math courses, as well as General Physics, Engineering Physics and Vector Mechanics for Engineers. His PhD dissertation titled “Anisotropy Dynamics of CuMn Spin Glass through Torque Measurements” was published in 1983.

Education:

  • Ph. D., Texas A&M University
  • M.S., University of Dayton
  • B.S., Wilmington College 

Courses Taught:

  • Math 1314
  • Math 1324
  • Math 2413 

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Last Updated: 10/15/15