Serine Ndiaye

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Assistant Professor


Office: S-746G

Office Hours: Monday, Wednesday (3:30-5:00 PM) / Room S742H

Phone: +1 (212) 776-6392


Dr. Ndiaye has research interest in student attitudes, developmental mathematics and mathematical literacy. Dr. Ndiaye is graduated from Teachers College, Columbia University with a Doctor Degree in Mathematics Education (February 2019) and a Master of Arts in Mathematics Education (October 2014). Dr. Ndiaye joined BMCC in 2014 and is currently an Assistant Professor in the Mathematics Department.


Mathematical Literacy, Elementary Statistics, Algebra


Doctor Degree in  Mathematics Education  (Ed.D)

Master of Arts in Mathematics Education (MA)

Master of Arts in Economics (MA)

Courses Taught

Research and Projects

Student Attitudes, Quantitative Literacy, Problem Solving.



  • Ndiaye, S & Sagna, B. (2020). Senegal: Weaknesses and Strengths of Mathematics in Senegal. In B. R. Vogely, & E. A. E. Tom (Eds.), Mathematics and Its Teaching in the Muslim World  (229-240). World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd. Singapore 596224.
  • Ndiaye, S . (2019). Attitudes regarding Perceived Values and Usefulness of Mathematics in a Community College Mathematical Literacy Course. International Journal of Educational Studies in Mathematics , 6 (4) , 182-192 . Retrieved from


Honors, Awards and Affiliations

  • Faculty Senate 2019-2022
  • Mentor/ Coordinator of MAT 150 Course
  • Chair of the Mathematics 100 Committee, Borough of Manhattan Community College, 2019.
  • Founder and Director of Senegalese Mathematical Organization of America (SMOA).
  • Member of American Mathematical Association of Two- Year College (AMATYC)
  • Member of New York State Mathematics of  Two- Year College (NYSMATYC)
  • AMATYC Project ACCCESS Fellow  2018-2019

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