Peggy Mitchell Beauregard

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Mathematics & Science

Hillyer College
860.768.4170; 860.768.4306 H 154

MS, Applied Mathematics, Rutgers University

BFA, Printmaking, Hartford Art School, University of Hartford

BA, Mathematics, University of Hartford

Peggy Mitchell Beauregard, ’90 (HAS, A&S), is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Hillyer College, University of Hartford. She joined the University as an instructor in 2008 and taught a wide array of math classes in A&S and ENHP before joining Hillyer College in 2018. Courses include levels of calculus and precalculus, Contemporary math, Mathematical Modelling, Math for Elementary Teachers I and II and algebra courses. Prior to joining the University, Peggy was an inner-city public school math teacher and art teacher in New Jersey and she still occasionally steps in to help in local districts. At the University, Peggy has received the Gordon Clark Ramsey Award for Creative Excellence, the Sustained Excellence in Teaching Award and the Charles Wagar Award for Excellence in Teaching. She is a recent recipient of the Davis Fellowship. Peggy loves combining art and math to teach creative lessons that reach the diverse community of students in her classroom.

Interest Areas:
  • Math in art, music, and nature
  • Fractals and chaos theory
  • Discrete mathematics