Daryl Falco earned his BA in Mathematics from Duke University in 1995. Before pursuing his graduate degree, he worked as a computer support technician for Chase Manhattan Bank. During this time he also was a teaching assistant at Hofstra University where he lectured computer programming classes.
Daryl started graduate work at Drexel University in 2001. He worked as a research assistant for the Intelligent Time-Critical Systems Laboratory and as a teaching assistant for the mathematics department, where he received the Albert Herr Teaching Assistant Award. Daryl earned an MS in Mathematics and an MS in Computer Science from Drexel, and he is now an auxiliary faculty member in the mathematics department. He teaches a variety of undergraduate classes, including algebra, calculus, and discrete mathematics.