Adjunct Professor of Mathematics
M.S. in Electrical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
B.S. in Engineering, University of South Carolina
B.S. in Electronics Engineering Technology, DeVry Institute of Technology
Professor Covington teaches Euclidean Geometry at Patrick Henry College. He loves Mathematics because they demonstrate the beauty and order of Creation, and is especially interested in algebra and geometry, numerical methods, and recreational mathematics. Professor Covington has taught at many schools, notably Regent University and Trinity University, and has taught subjects including Geometry, Algebra, Statistics and Calculus, routinely inventing some new method or approach. Professor Covington earned his Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (because engineering is applied Mathematics) at the French campus of the Georgia Insitute of Technology in Metz, France (because he believes that a 21st-century engineer should understand other cultures). Professor Covington lives with his wife Marche in Dunn Loring, Virginia in a lovely old Victorian home, where he enjoys writing and performing original songs.