Dan Callon

Professor, Mathematics

Dr. Callon is featured in ACUE’s Career Guidance and Readiness course. 

Callon is the Leo T. and Leah Jackson Wolford Professor of Mathematics at Franklin College, where he teaches courses throughout the mathematics curriculum and in the liberal arts core.

From 1979 to 1987, Callon was an instructor and then a tenured Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Miami University, where he taught courses in numerical analysis, calculus, linear algebra, and developmental mathematics. He also taught mathematics at Columbus East High School before beginning graduate school.

Callon holds a BA in Mathematics from Franklin College, an MA in Mathematics from Indiana University Bloomington, and a PhD in Mathematics­—Numerical Analysis from the University of Cincinnati.

Callon has twice been awarded the Franklin College Clifford and Paula Dietz Award for Faculty Excellence and was the Franklin College nominee for the Council for the Advancement of Secondary Education Professor of the Year Award in 2004. He has also received the Distinguished Service Award and the Award for Distinguished College or University Teaching of Mathematics from the Indiana Section of the Mathematical Association of America.