Daryl Falco earned his BA in Mathematics from Duke University. Before pursuing his graduate degree, he worked as a computer support technician for Chase Manhattan Bank. During this time he was also a teaching assistant at Hofstra University where he lectured computer programming classes.
As a graduate student at Drexel University, he worked as a research assistant for the Intelligent Time-Critical Systems Laboratory in the Department of Computer Science. He also served as a teaching assistant for the Department of Mathematics, where he received the Albert Herr Teaching Assistant Award.
Daryl earned an MS in Mathematics and an MS in Computer Science from Drexel. He is now a professor in the mathematics department, where he received the Barbara G. Hornum Award for Teaching Excellence. He teaches a variety of undergraduate classes, including precalculus, calculus, financial mathematics, and discrete mathematics.