Associate Professor, Mathematics
Office: HR 367
Academic Qualification: BA, MS
Attended: SUNY at Albany and Johns Hopkins University
I’d like to tell you a little bit about myself. I have been teaching mathematics, at different levels, since 1971. I began teaching in New York State in a high school. When I moved to Maryland, I taught in a junior high (remember those?). I have been at HCC since 1982, first as an adjunct faculty and now full time (since 1989).
I have taught many of the courses, but recently I have been teaching Intermediate Algebra (MATH-070), College Algebra (MATH-131), Statistics (MATH-138) and one of the beginning algebra courses (MATH-064, MATH-065, MATH-067).
When I am not teaching, I love creating stained glass pieces, several of which you can find in my office.