Mary B. Ehlers


Associate Professor of Mathematics 

 

Educational Background


 Professional Experience


Professional Publications


Recent Professional Development


Chautauqua courses:

Core Seminar: Teaching to a Diverse Classroom. 1997

The Geometer's Sketchpad Workshop. 1997

Washington Reform Calculus Network, The Evergreen State College. 1995

Summer core seminar: Critical Thinking: Theory and Classroom Applications. 1994
 

Professional Societies


Mathematical Association of America

 

Recent Professional Service


Secretary/Treasurer of the Pacific Northwest Section of the MAA. 1994-present

Reviewer, College Algebra and Trigonometry, e/3 by Barnett and Ziegler. 1997

Facilities Coordinator , Expanding Your Horizons, a program to increase the interest of young women in mathematics and science. 1995, 1996, and 1997 http://www.seattleu.edu/~aauw-eyh

Mathematics consultant. Howard Edde Inc., engineering project. 1990

 

Recent University and Departmental Service


Academic Integrity and Use of Technology Assessment Project, 1997-98

University Committee on Academic Planning, 1997-present

United Way campaign coordinator for the Bannan Building, 1995

Department representative to the School Curriculum committee, 1993-95

University Grievance Committee, 1993-95

School Faculty Development Committee, 1990-94, chair 94

School Academic Grievance Committee, 1988-92

Advisor for mathematics majors.

 

Areas of Particular Teaching Interest 


Mathematics for business, multivariable calculus, probability and statistics

 

 Contact Information 



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