Santhosh Mathew is a professor of physics, astronomy, and mathematics at Regis College, Greater Boston, and a science writer who has authored two books. He is currently teaching in our Online Prerequisites for the Health Professions program.

PhD, Atomic/Molecular Physics, University of Lucknow

Dr. Mathew has published numerous papers and books - some titles are highlighted below. You can view a complete listing of Dr. Mathew's publications on ResearchGate.

Ten Equations to Explain the Mysteries of Modern Astrophysics-From Information and Chaos Theory to Ghost Particles and Gravitational Waves

Essays on the Frontiers of Modern Astrophysics and Cosmology

Could humans really destroy all life on Earth?

The discovery of alien life may be close. How will religion survive it?

Forget an Apollo 11 national park on the moon, let's focus on next big mission


See ResearchGate Profile


In addition, Dr. Mathew regularly presents at conferences and industry events.

Comparison of Students' Performance Using Web-based and Paper-based Homework in an Undergraduate Statistics Course at LAANE’S 37th (getting back to) Annual Conference Generation Z and the Future of Student Success

Reliability of ACCUPLACER Score in Predicting Success in Quantitative Reasoning Course at Northeastern Section of the Mathematical Association of America Fitchburg State University

Massachusetts PKAL Regional Network Summer Meeting Excellence in Teaching Introductory STEM Courses at Salem State University

Northeastern Section of the Mathematical Association of America, Southern New Hampshire University

Design and Implementation of Corequisite Model in a Freshman Level Quantitative Reasoning Course at Joint Mathematics Meetings, American Mathematical Society and Mathematical Association of America

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