Charles T. Buchwald

Math Center Coordinator

Faculty Department of Mathematics

Sierra College

5000 Rocklin Road

Rocklin, CA 95677

Office: V-315C

Office phone: (916) 660-7963






M.S. Mathematics, California State University San Marcos, 2004

B.S.  Mathematics, California State University San Marcos, 2001

A.A.  Mathematics, Palomar College, 1997

A.A.  Liberal Arts, Palomar College, 1997


Academic Positions



 Additional Information



·         Lifetime member in Phi Theta Kappa

·         Member in Alpha Gamma Sigma

·         Outstanding Student Nomination (Richard Nation see transcripts)

·         Dean’s Highest Honors (see transcripts)

Other Employment Highlights:

·         Self-paced mathematics program

·         Upward Bound and Senior Year Math Experience with local High Schools

·         Summer Bridge program with EOP, ASPIRE, (EARS) programs

·         e-math, CAPI

·         Computerized and On-line courses (ALEKS)

Skills and Qualifications

·         Extensive “people” skills in working with a very diverse population of students,

public, and other employees of all races, countries, cultures, disabilities, and learning styles

·         Proficient with Microsoft Office, Corel Office, Derive, Cyclone, Minitab, Maple,

Scientific Notebook, Matlab, LaTeX, and many other applications

·         Well-rounded computer programming skills (C++, matlab)

·         Extremely powerful written and oral communication abilities

·         Exceptional problem solving abilities (especially mathematics)

·         Strong work ethic


Talks and Conferences


  1. Mathematics Colloquium: CSUSM, San Marcos, CA; September 15, 2004


  1. NSF/CBMS conference in the Mathematical sciences: CSUSM, San Marcos, CA; June 7-12, 2004.


  1. Sacramento Valley Conference: Sierra College, Rocklin, CA; February 2006


  1. Mathematics Colloquium: Tournaments and Score Sets: Sierra College, Rocklin, CA; March 31, 2006

  3. Math Club Discussion: Delta-Epsilon Definition of limits: Sierra College, Rocklin, CA; February, 2010

  5. Mathematics Colloquium: Infinite Series (Good examples): Sierra College, Rocklin, CA; November 1, 2013




 Tournament Games and Constructions, advisor Dr. K. Brooks Reid, Masters Thesis CSUSM (2004), 100 pages (abstract, pdf, dvi, ps)