CURRICULUM VITA

MARY L. GARNER

 

 

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

 

Ph.D. (1998) in Educational Studies with a concentration in Measurement and Statistics,

and Mathematics Education.

Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. 

Dissertation title:  Rasch Measurement Theory, the Method of Paired Comparisons, and Graph Theory.  Chair:  Professor George Engelhard, Jr.

 

M.S. (1987) in Applied Mathematics with a concentration in Numerical Analysis.

Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia. 

 

B.S. (1975) in Chemistry with High Honors.

University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

 

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

Associate Professor, Kennesaw State University, Department of Mathematics.

Primary responsibility is teaching undergraduate and graduate mathematics courses designed for secondary, middle-school, and early childhood education majors, as well as general mathematics courses such as Mathematical Modeling, Precalculus, and Calculus.  Other responsibilities include serving on departmental and university-wide committees and advising mathematics education majors.  Member of the Graduate Faculty and the Honors Program Faculty.  Fall 1998 to present. Awarded tenure and promoted from Assistant to Associate Professor in Fall of 2004.

 

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Emory University, Division of Educational Studies.  

Taught graduate course entitled Introduction to Educational Research, a course on

Rasch Measurement Theory, and a course on the use of data from the Third

International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS).  Fall 1998 to Spring 2000.

 

Consultant, Measurement Incorporated, Durham, North Carolina 

Worked as a data analyst for evaluation of the Georgia Crossroads Alternative

School Program, under a contract with the Georgia Department of Education. 

May 1998 to Summer 2000.

 

Instructor and Teaching Assistant, Emory University, Division of Educational Studies.

            Responsibilities included teaching Introduction to Statistics and Educational

            Measurement.  Also assisted in teaching Introductory Statistics, Computer

            Applications, Rasch Measurement, and Mathematics for Elementary School

            Teachers.  Summer 1993 to Spring 1998.  

 

Teacher, The Lovett Upper School. 

Taught eleventh and twelfth grade Precalculus for one semester as substitute for a

teacher on leave due to pregnancy.  Fall 1994.

 

Instructor, Kennesaw State College.

Responsibilities included teaching developmental math, College Algebra, Business

Calculus, Precalculus, Calculus, and designing and organizing an annual high school

math tournament and a career day for middle school students, parents, and teachers.  Spring 1989 to Spring 1992.

 

Instructor and graduate Teaching Assistant, Georgia Institute of Technology. 

Assisted in teaching Calculus I, III, IV.  Taught Calculus V (Linear Algebra). 

            Fall 1985 to Spring 1988, Fall 1991 to Fall 1992.

           

Instructor, Art Institute of Atlanta. 

Taught basic math skills to music business students and interior design students. 

Fall and Winter 1988.

 

Other Experience:  Computer Programmer, Delta Airlines Data Processing Division; Editorial Assistant, the Department of Medicine, Emory University School of Medicine; Public Relations Writer, Institute for Food and Agricultural Studies, University of Florida; Laboratory Technician, Epilepsy Research Laboratory, University of Florida.

 

 

HONORS AND AWARDS

 

Nominated for the 2004 Distinguished Teaching Award of the College of Science and

Mathematics, Kennesaw State University

 

Honored for excellence in teaching by the 2003-2004 Outstanding Student in the Joint

Enrollment Program at Kennesaw State University.  The Joint Enrollment Program is for students in surrounding high schools who wish to take college-level courses.

 

Recipient of the 2003 Distinguished Teaching Award of the College of Science and

Mathematics, Kennesaw State University.

 

Selected to serve as the first Fellow in Scholarly Discourse Across Disciplines by the Center

for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) at Kennesaw State University,

2002-2003.

 

Honored for excellence in teaching by the 2001-2002 Outstanding Student in the Joint

Enrollment Program at Kennesaw State University.  The Joint Enrollment Program

is for students in surrounding high schools who wish to take college-level courses.

 

Participant in Excel, a Leadership Kennesaw Program, 2001-2002.  The program is for

faculty members designated as potential leaders in the campus community.

 

Admitted to Scholarship Kennesaw, a group of faculty who engage in discussions of

interdisciplinary teaching and research, 1999 - 2000.

 

Elected President of the Georgia Educational Research Association.  Fall 1998 to Fall 2001.

 

Participant in the National Center for Education Statistics Third International Math and

Science Study (TIMSS) Database Training Seminar.  November, 1997.  Selection is

made on the basis of a research proposal involving the TIMSS database.

 

Dean’s Teaching Fellow, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Emory University,

1997-98.  This is an award presented yearly to approximately 15 graduate

students in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.  Selection is made on

the basis of letters of recommendation from both students and faculty,

academic record, teaching evaluations, and teaching plans.

 

Fellowship, Division of Educational Studies, Emory University, 1993-1997.

 

Elected to Pi Mu Epsilon mathematics honor society, 1985.

 

Elected to Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi honor societies, 1975.

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

Garner, M, Engelhard, G., Wilson, M, & Fisher, W. (Eds.). (in press). Advances in

Rasch measurement. Volume One. JAM Press.

 

Garner, M, & Engelhard, G.  (submitted for publication.)  Using paired comparison

matrices to estimate parameters of the partial credit Rasch measurement model for

rater-mediated assessments.  Applied Psychological Measurement. 

 

Garner, M. (accepted for publication). A review of Star Math, Version 2.0. Mental

Measurements Yearbook 2005. Buros Institute of Mental Measurements.

 

Garner, M. (accepted for publication). A review of the Wechsler Objective Numerical

Dimensions (WOND) test. Mental Measurements Yearbook 2005. Buros Institute of Mental Measurements.

 

Garner, M. (2004). The vending machine model of undergraduate education vs.

interdisciplinary team-taught courses. Reaching Through Teaching, Spring 2004,

5-8.

 

Garner, M.  (2003).  Connecting Eid and Langeheines’ latent state-trait models with hidden

markov models and Rasch.  Measurement:  Interdisciplinary Research and

Perspectives, 1(3), 214-217.

 

Garner, M., & Engelhard, G.  (2002).  An eigenvector method for estimating

item parameters of the dichotomous and polytomous Rasch models.  Journal of

Applied Measurement, 3(2), 107-128.

 

Garner, M., & Engelhard, G.  (2000).  The method of paired comparisons, Rasch

measurement theory, and Graph Theory.  In M. Wilson, G. Engelhard, & M. Stone  (Eds.), Objective measurement:  Theory into practice.  Vol. 5.  Ablex Publishing Corporation, Stamford, Connecticut, pp 259-286.   

 

Garner, M., & Engelhard, G.  (1999).  Gender differences in performance on multiple-

choice and constructed response mathematics items.  Applied Measurement in Education, 12(1), 29-51. 

 

Garner, M.  (1997).  The importance of history in mathematics teaching and learning. 

Mathematical  Connections, V, 3-21.

 

Garner, M.  (1997).  Historical essays in calculus and precalculus:  Teaching mathematics

through history.  Mathematical Connections, V, 22-35.

 

 

PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

 

Garner , M. (2005, January). Problem Analysis:  An Assignment to Deepen Understanding

of School Mathematics. Presentation at the joint meeting of the American

Mathematical Society and the Mathematical Association of America. Atlanta.

 

Garner, M.  (2003, October).  The Story Of The First (And Hopefully Not The Last)

Summer Symposium For The Integration Of The Humanities, Arts, And Sciences At

Kennesaw State University.  Presentation at the 25th Annual Conference of the Association for Integrative Studies.  Detroit, Michigan.

 

Holzman, J., Wilson D., & Garner, M.  (2003, February).  A Team-Taught Interdisciplinary

Honors Seminar That Links Mathematics, Philosophy and Spanish.  Presentation at

the 10th Annual Georgia Conference on College and University Teaching.  Atlanta,

GA.

 

Garner, M.  (2003, April).  Paired Comparison Matrices of Partial Credit Rasch Models. 

Invited presentation at an International Conference in Celebration of the Career and Contributions of Benjamin D. Wright.  Chicago, IL.

 

Garner, M.  (2003, February).  Mathematical Fictions and Fantasies by Borges. 

Presentation at the weekly conference “Math Talks” in the Department of

Mathematics at Kennesaw State University.  Atlanta, GA.

 

Usiskin, Z, & Garner, M.  (2003, January).  A Mathematics Course to Deepen and Broaden

Teachers’ Understanding of High School Mathematics.  Presentation at the Seventh Annual Conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators.  Atlanta, GA.

 

Garner, M., Clarke, M., Elliott, J. D., Smith, C., Fowler, A., & Wood, G.  (October, 2002). 

Diophantine Dizziness.  Presentation at the annual Georgia Mathematics Conference

of the Georgia Council of Teachers of Mathematics.  Rock Eagle, GA.

 

Fox, M., Ferguson, B., Stallings, L., Garner, M., & Economopoulos, M.  (October, 2002). 

Modules for Pre-Service Teachers:  Incorporating a Variety of Instructional

Technologies to Promote Depth of Understanding of Concepts in Mathematics. 

Presentation at the 14th International Conference of the SINO-American Education

Consortium.  Atlanta, GA.

 

Garner, M.  (October, 2002).  Differences in Performance on Specific TIMSS Items Among

Students from Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, Korea, and the United States. 

Presentation at the 14th International Conference of the SINO-American Education

Consortium.  Atlanta, GA.

 

Garner, M.  (2002, May).  Advanced Perspective on School Mathematics.  Presentation at

the Preparation of Secondary Mathematics Teachers Conference.  Columbus State

University, Columbus, GA.

 

Garner, M.  (2002, February).  Let’s be Discrete.  Discrete Mathematics in the Middle

Grades Classroom I and II.  Invited presentation at the Applied Mathematics

Association Winter Conference.  Macon, GA.

 

Garner, M.  (2002, January).  MAA Project NEXT Panel Discussion:  Successful programs

that integrate mathematics with other disciplines.  Invited participation.  Joint

Mathematics Meetings.  San Diego, CA.

 

Garner, M., Powell, H., & Rowe, C.  (2001, October).  Let’s be Discrete.  Discrete

Mathematics in the Middle Grades Classroom I and II.  Two-part workshop

presented at the annual Georgia Mathematics Conference of the Georgia Council of Teachers of Mathematics.  Rock Eagle, Georgia.

 

Garner, M., Wilson, D., & Holzman, J.  (2001, October).  Geometry, Numbers, and the

Literature of Jorge Luis Borges.  Session at the annual Georgia Mathematics

Conference of the Georgia Council of Teachers of Mathematics.  Rock Eagle,

Georgia.

 

Garner, M., & Sjostrom, M.P.  (2001, April).  The Means Justify the Ends:  Using a Variety

of Approaches to Deepen Understanding.  Workshop presented at the annual

meeting of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.  Orlando, Florida.

 

Garner, M.  (2001, April).  Differences in Distractor Choices on TIMSS Mathematics Items

Among U.S. and Russian Federation Students.  Paper presented at the annual

American Educational Research Association meeting.  Seattle, Washington.

 

Garner, M., Holzman, J., & Wilson, D.  (2001, January).  An Interdisciplinary Course

Linking Mathematics, Philosophy, and Literature in the Works of Jorge Luis

Borges.  Presentation at the joint meeting of the American Mathematical Society

and the Mathematical Association of America.  New Orleans.

 

Garner, M., & Engelhard, G.  (2000, April).  An Eigenvector Method for Estimating Item

Parameters of the Dichotomous and Polytomous Rasch Models.  Paper presented at

the Tenth International Objective Measurement Workshops.  New Orleans.

 

Garner, M.  (2000, April).  Application of Rasch Measurement to Wrong Answers on the

Mathematics Multiple-Choice Items from the Third International Mathematics and

Science Study (TIMSS). Paper presented at the Tenth International Objective

Measurement Workshops.  New Orleans.

 

Garner, M., & Engelhard, G.  (2000, April).  Rasch Measurement as an Analytic Hierarchy

Process.  Paper presented at a poster session of the Tenth International Objective

Measurement Workshops.  New Orleans.

 

Garner, M., & Teitloff, T.  (2000, March).  Assessment of deep understanding of

elementary mathematics.  Paper presented at the Southeastern Regional Meeting of

the Mathematical Association of America.  Charlotte, NC.

 

Garner, M., & Engelhard, G.  (1998, April).  The application of graph theory to issues of

connectivity in assessment networks.  Paper presented at the annual American Educational Research Association meeting.  San Diego, CA.

 

Jensen, R., & Garner, M.  (1998, April).  Discrete mathematics activities for the middle

grades classroom.  Extended session at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics annual meeting.  Washington, D.C.

 

Garner, M.  (1998, January).  Recurring patterns in the historical development of

mathematical knowledge:  Implications for pedagogy.  Paper presented at the annual joint meeting of the American Mathematical Society and the Mathematical Association of America.  Baltimore, MD.

 

Hughes, M., & Garner, M.  (1998, January).  Using the Rasch model for item selection: 

Constructing an instrument to measure 5th grade students’ understanding of the nature of scientific knowledge.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Education of Teachers of Science (AETS).  Minneapolis, MN.

 

Garner, M.  (1997, November).  Gender differences in multiple-choice and constructed

response mathematics items.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Georgia Educational Research Association.  Atlanta, GA.

 

Rothenberg, L., Garner, M., & Dabney, M.  (1997, August).  Estimation of missing values

for a confirmatory factor analysis model.  Paper presented at the American Psychological Association meeting.  Chicago, IL.

 

Garner, M., & Engelhard, G.  (1997, March).  The method of paired comparisons, Rasch

measurement theory, and Graph Theory.  Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association meeting and the Ninth International Objective Measurement Workshop.  Chicago, IL.

 

Garner, M.  (1997, March). Dimensionality and differential item functioning on multiple-

choice and constructed response mathematics items.  Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association meeting and the Ninth International Objective Measurement Workshop.  Chicago, IL.

 

Garner, M., & Engelhard, G.  (1996, October).  Analysis of an assessment network

using Graph Theory.  Paper presented at the Georgia Educational Research Association meeting.   Atlanta, GA.

 

Garner, M.  (1996, October).  The importance of history in mathematics teaching and

learning.  Paper presented at the 21st Annual Humanities and Technology Conference.  Atlanta, GA.

 

Garner, M., & Engelhard, G.  (1996, April).  Gender differences in performance on

multiple-choice and constructed response mathematics items.  Paper presented at the annual American Educational Research Association meeting.  New York, NY.

 

Dabney, M., Garner, M., & Rothenberg, L.  (1996, April).  Technical issues related to

missing data in a study of the equivalence of constructed response and multiple-choice items.  Paper presented by the second author at the American Educational Research Association meeting.  New York, NY.

 

Garner, M., Dabney, M., Rothenberg, L., & Monsaas, J.  (1995, October).  A SAS program

for handling missing data through multiple imputations.  Paper presented at the Georgia Educational Research Association meeting.  Atlanta, GA.

 

Garner, M., & Engelhard, G.  (1995, October).  Paired comparisons, graph theory, and

Rasch measurement.  Paper presented at the Georgia Educational Research Association meeting.  Atlanta, GA.

 

Garner, M.  (1995, October).  Historical essays in calculus and precalculus:  Teaching

mathematics through history.  Paper presented at the 20th Annual Humanities and Technology Conference.  Atlanta, GA.

 

Rothenberg, L., Dabney, M., Garner, M., & Monsaas, J.  (1995, April).  A comparison of

methods to estimate the variance covariance matrix with matrix sampled data.  Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association meeting.  San Francisco, CA. 

 

Garner, M.  (1994, October).  Technological trials and tribulations.  A presentation at the

annual Georgia Mathematics Conference of the Georgia Council of Teachers of Mathematics.  Rock Eagle, GA. 

 

Garner, M.  (1990, May).  Use of writing assignments in teaching algebra and business

calculus.  A presentation at the Dekalb College Annual Mathematics Conference.

 

Sparks, D, Crosby, J., & Garner, M.  (1990, May).  Use of IBM MET in teaching algebra

and calculus.  A presentation at the Dekalb College Annual Mathematics Conference. 

 

 

ORGANIZATIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

 

         American Educational Research Association; Georgia Educational Research Association; Institute for Objective Measurement; National Council of Teachers of Mathematics; Georgia Council of Teachers of Mathematics; Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators; Mathematical Association of America.

 

 

COURSES TAUGHT

 

Spring 2005

Exploration of School Mathematics from an Advanced Perspective Part I

(MATH 3495)

            Discrete Modeling I (MATH 3322)

            Mathematical Systems (MATH 3390)

 

Fall 2004

                Exploration of School Mathematics from an Advanced Perspective Part I

(MATH 3495)

            Discrete Modeling I (Math 3322)

The Portfolio (EDUC 7797) (This is the capstone experience for the Master of

Education in Adolescent Education. It was taught with Dr. Marian Fox and Dr. Pam Cole.)

Summer 2004

            Math Studies (MATH 7716)

            Functions and Analytic Techniques (MATH 7718)

            Exploration of School Mathematics from an Advanced Perspective Part I

(MATH 3495)

 

Spring 2004

            Exploration of Middle School Mathematics from An Advanced Perspective

                        (MATH 3495)

 

Fall 2003

Exploration of Middle School Mathematics from An Advanced Perspective

(MATH 3495)

The Portfolio (EDUC 7797) (This is the capstone experience for the Master of

Education in Adolescent Education. It was taught with Dr. Marian Fox and Dr. Nita Paris.)

            Precalculus (MATH 1113)

 

Summer 2003

            Critical Content of ECE Math II:  Rational Numbers (MATH 3316)

            Math Studies (MATH 7716)

 

Spring 2003

            Advanced Perspectives on School Mathematics (MATH 3495)

            Discrete Modeling I (Math 3322)

 

Fall 2002

            Advanced Perspectives on School Mathematics (MATH 3495)

            Critical Content of ECE Math II:  Rational Numbers (MATH 3316)

 

Spring 2002

  Kennesaw State University

            Advanced Perspectives on School Mathematics (MATH 3495) (Materials written by

faculty from University of Chicago and University of California were piloted

in this new course.)

            An Interdisciplinary Course Linking Mathematics, Philosophy, and Literature:

The Fictions Of Jorge Luis Borges (HON 2290 – co-taught with Judy

Holzman and Dewi Wilson)

            Critical Content for ECE Math III (Math 3317)

            Student Teaching (MAED 4475)

Fall 2001

  Kennesaw State University

            Advanced Perspectives on School Mathematics (MATH 3495) (Materials written by

faculty from University of Chicago and University of California were piloted

in this course, never before offered at KSU.)

            Calculus I (MATH 1190 – two sections)

Summer 2001

  Kennesaw State University

            Geometry for P-5 Teachers (MATH 3342 – three sections)

Spring 2001

  Kennesaw State University

            Geometry for P-5 Teachers (MATH 3342)

            Number Concepts for P-5 Teachers (MATH 2242)

            Discrete Mathematics for Teachers (MATH 7712)

Fall 2000

  Kennesaw State University

Geometry (MATH 3395)

            Geometry for P-5 Teachers (MATH 3342 – two sections)

            Number Concepts for P-5 Teachers (MATH 2242)

Interdisciplinary Course Linking Mathematics, Philosophy, and Literature Through

the Works of Jorge Luis Borges (Capstone course in Spanish.  Taught with

Judy Holzman and Dewi Wilson.)

Spring 2000

  Kennesaw State University

            Geometry for P-5 Teachers (MATH 3342 – two sections)

            Calculus I (MATH 1190)

  Emory University

Graduate Seminar on Rasch Measurement Theory, Division of Educational Studies

Fall 1999

  Kennesaw State University

            Geometry for P-5 Teachers (MATH 3342)

            Number Concepts for P-5 Teachers (MATH 2242)

  Marietta High School

            Algebra III

Spring 1999

  Kennesaw State University

Geometry (MATH 3395)

            Geometry for P-5 Teachers (MATH 3342)

            Mathematical Modeling (MATH 1101 – three sections)

  Emory University

            Graduate Measurement Seminar on use of the Third International Mathematics and

Science Study, Division of Educational Studies

Fall 1998

  Kennesaw State University

            Mathematical Modeling (MATH 1101 – two sections)

            Precalculus (MATH 1113)

Geometry (MATH 3395)

  Marietta High School

Algebra I

  Emory University

Graduate Seminar:  Introduction to Educational Research, Division of Educational

Studies

 

 

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

 

Test Reviewer, Buros Institute of Mental Measurement, 2004 – present.

 

Reviewer, Applied Psychological Measurement, 2004 – present.

 

Reviewer, Journal of Applied Measurement, 2001 – present.

 

Member, University Library Committee, Kennesaw State University, 2003 – present.

 

Member, Assurance of Learning Council, Kennesaw State University, 2003 – present.

 

Member, Graduate Faculty & Honors Faculty, Kennesaw State University, 2001 – present.

 

Member, Professional Teacher Education Unit, Kennesaw State University, 1998 – present.

 

Member, Mathematics Education Committee, Department of Mathematics, Kennesaw State

University, 1998 – present.

 

Conducted workshops for mathematics education majors planning to take the Praxis II test             in Spring and Fall of 2003 and 2004.

 

Conducted a series of workshops designed to review material on the Praxis II examination

for Cobb County teachers in Summer and Fall of 2004.

 

Leader and organizer, Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning’s Spring

Symposium for the Integration of the Humanities, Arts, and Sciences, Kennesaw

State University, a series of afternoon sessions designed to bring faculty members from different disciplines together for a sustained conversation around a work that fosters an integrative view of the humanities, sciences, and arts, and establish a foundation and direction for future interdisciplinary collaboration. Spring, 2004.

 

Conducted the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning’s afternoon workshop in `            Measurement. Spring, 2004.

 

Conducted the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning’s afternoon workshop in

Team Teaching. Fall, 2003.

 

Leader and organizer, Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning’s Summer

Symposium for the Integration of the Humanities, Arts, and Sciences, Kennesaw

State University, a one-week symposium designed to bring faculty members from

different disciplines together for a sustained conversation around a work that fosters

an integrative view of the humanities, sciences, and arts, and establish a foundation and direction for future interdisciplinary collaboration. Summer 2002.

 

Organizer and leader, Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning’s Leadership Team    for Interdisciplinary Teaching and Scholarship, 2002-2003.

 

Department of Mathematics Representative to the Faculty Council and Faculty Senate, 

Kennesaw State University, 2001-2003.

 

Member, Faculty Search Committee for Assistant Professor position in Mathematics

Education, 2002-2003.

 

Member, Faculty Search Committee for Assistant and Associate Professor positions in

Applied Mathematics, 2001-2002.

 

Chairman, Department of Mathematics Assessment Committee, 2000-2002.

 

President-Elect, then President, Georgia Educational Research Association, 1998-2000.

 

Member, Technical Evaluation Committee, Norm-Referenced Tests, Georgia State

Department of Education, Spring, 2000.

 

Member, Technical Evaluation Committee, Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests,

Georgia State Department of Education, Spring, 2000.

 

Member, AERA Graduate Student Seminar Planning Committee for the American

Educational Research Association meeting held in San Diego in April of 1998.

 

Judge, Atlanta Public Schools Science and Mathematics Congress. Spring, 1997.

 

Elected Student Representative to the Georgia Educational Research Association. 1995.

 

Instructor, three-day summer workshop on programming in Hypercard for middle and high

school teachers of Jackson County Schools.  North Carolina, August 1995.

 

Instructor, three-day summer workshop on programming in LOGO for elementary and

middle school teachers of Jackson County Schools.  North Carolina, June 1995.

 

Member, on-site team for review of the Decatur City Schools Math Project for Elementary

Teachers, a Title II Eisenhower Demonstration and Exemplary Project.  Decatur, Georgia, May 1995.

 

Chairman, Junior Varsity Examination Committee, Kennesaw State College Annual Math

Tournament for high school students.  March, 1991.

 

Chairman, Adult Session Committee, FUTURESCAPE  (a career-day in mathematics,

science, and technology for middle school students and their parents).  Kennesaw State College, Spring, 1991.  

 

Chairman, Core Committee, Kennesaw State College Department of Mathematics. 

1990-91.

 

Member, Visiting Committee for the Ten-Year Self Evaluation of The Walker School. 

Marietta, Georgia, October 1990.

 

Conducted one-day summer workshop on using writing to teach mathematics at the

Summer Institute for Teachers at Kennesaw State College, Summer, 1990.

 

Manuscripts reviewed for Applied Measurement in Education and Georgia Educational

Researcher.