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Gilbert Eyabi
Professor of Mathematics, Chair of Mathematics, and Coordinator of Mathematics and Engineering
Academic Background
Bachelor of Science, University of Buea (Cameroon), Mathematics
Master of Science, University of Buea (Cameroon), Mathematics
Doctor of Philosophy, Clemson University, Mathematics
Phone Number:
(864) 231-2167
Gilbert Eyabi

Gilbert has lived in Germany as well as the United States and his native Cameroon. He is involved in establishing a relationship between the cities of Anderson, South Carolina, and Buea, Cameroon.

He believes a math degree opens numerous possibilities in academia and beyond, “from being a lawyer to working as an expert in a bank.”

What classes do you teach at Anderson

Abstract Algebra, Advanced Calculus, Linear Algebra, Statistics

What year did you start teaching at AU


Why teach at AU?

Being able to impact students through the rigor of academia and at the same time play a role in helping them in their walk with God keeps me passionate about teaching in Christian higher education. I enjoy the support of the administration, very friendly colleagues, flexibility in my teaching schedules and the control I have on the delivery of course content in my classes.


Soccer, running

Notable achievements outside of discipline

I help pastor a little church in Seneca, South Carolina.

People might be interested to know I...

Have four children. My parents and siblings are all still in Cameroon.

How would you describe your classes to someone who has never attended one?

Very engaging and hands on.


Eyabi, G., and Laskar, Renu. 2006. Sum coloring on certain classes of graphs. Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing. 56: 33-46.

Eyabi, G., and Laskar, Renu. 2006. Further results on holes in L(2,1)-coloring of graphs. Proceedings of the 37th SE International Congress on Combinatorics, Graph Theory and Computing.

Eyabi, Gilbert, et al. 2012. Minimal rankings of Cartesian products of complete graphs. Discussiones Mathematicae, Graph Theory 32: 725–735.