Assistant Professor of MathematicsJerry Adams has been teaching at Lee since 1989. He teachesIntroduction to Probability and Statistics, Algebra,
and Numerical Analysis. Adams came to Lee fromTomlinson College, where he performed a variety of administrativeroles, including Academic Dean and Dean of Students. While hisprevious post-graduate studies were in mathematics and highereducation, he has done additional graduate studies in the field ofcomputer science.
Dr. Blayne Carroll, Professor ofMathematics, had been an assistant professor of mathematics andcomputer Science at Berry College, a visiting assistant professorof mathematics at Dickinson College, and a Dean's Teaching Fellowat Emory University. He also worked for Educational TestingService developing the SAT, GRE, GMAT, AP Calculus exams. Hecontinues to serve as a consultant with E.T.S. for the GRE, APCalculus, and the Major Field Test in Mathematics programs. Heearned his PhD in mathematics from Emory University with aspecialty in Graph Theory and Combinatorics. Carroll is alsoactively involved the Cleveland Community by volunteering forvarious organizations such as Habitat-for Humanity, The AmericanCancer Society, and The Empty Stocking Project, to name afew.
Randell Ferguson serves as anAssociate Lecturer in Mathematics. Prior to Lee, Ferguson worked inpublic schools as both a mathematics teacher, assistant principal,principal and secondary supervisor for Bradley County Schools. Hehas also taught mathematics as a part-time faculty member atCleveland State Community College and has been a presenter at thePLATO Learning Education and Technology Conference on the use oftechnology for credit recovery and in alternative classrooms. Whileat Lee, Ferguson has focused on improving the effectiveness offuture educators in the area of mathematics. Most of his work hasbeen with those future teachers who wish to teach at the elementaryschool level. He holds a master's degree from the University ofTennessee at Chattanooga.
Robert Griffith currently serves asan Associate Professor of Mathematics. He customarily teachesCalculus and Trigonometry. Prior to joining Lee's faculty, hetaught at Cleveland High School and served as an adjunct facultymember at Cleveland State Community College for nineteen years. Heconsiders his specialty to be preparing teachers for today'sschools. He earned his master's degree from the University ofTennessee at Knoxville.
Amanda Jones is a Lecturer in Mathematics and her focus at Lee
core math classes including Introduction to Statistics and
Contemporary Mathematics. Prior to Lee, she taught Algebra
Geometry at Cleveland High School and taught Calculus
Introduction to Mathematical Analysis at Clemson
earning her master's degree in mathematical sciences.
research is in applied mathematics specifically in the linear
programming area of operations research.
Dr. Caroline Maher-Boulis, anAssociate Professor of Mathematics, teaches classes such asCalculus III, Abstract Algebra, Differential Equations, andFinancial Mathematics. Prior to joining Lee, Maher-Boulis worked asa teaching assistant in the mathematics department at FloridaState, as a freshman advisor at the American University in Cairo,and as a cultural coordinator for the Zenab Kamel Hassan Foundationfor Holistic Human Development. She earned her PhD from FloridaState University.
Dr. Debra Mimbs, an AssistantProfessor of Mathematics, earned her PhD from the University ofAlabama. Dr. Mimbs teaches courses about Mathematical Modeling,Calculus, and Logic. Her research interests include laminations,fractals, and topology. Dr. Mimbs has published research in suchpublications as Transactions of the American MathematicalSociety.
Dr. Jeneva Moseley, an Assistant Professor of Mathematics, wasformerly a lecturer at the University of Tennessee for seven years.She has taught in-service mathematics seminars for public schoolteachers, taught high school math, and taught middle school math ata Navajo boarding school. Dr. Moseley also served as adjunctfaculty at Pellissippi State, Cleveland State, and TennesseeWesleyan College. She earned her PhD at the University ofTennessee at Knoxville. Dr. Moseley has published research in suchpublications as the Tennessee Association for Middle SchoolsJournal and PRIMUS: Problems, Resources, and Issuesin Mathematics Undergraduate Studies.
Dr. Laura Singletary, an AssistantProfessor of Mathematics, earned her PhD in Mathematics Educationfrom the University of Georgia and was awarded the PresidentialGraduate Fellowship. Her research interests include connections andargumentation. She has published research in such publications asSchool Science and Mathematics and Mathematics Educator.
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