Marsh Joins Hurley College of Science and Mathematics

August 2, 2011

Marsh earned a bachelor's degree in mathematics from the University of Central Arkansas, graduating with the scholastic predicate summa cum laude. Her undergraduate honors thesis was titled "Math Anxiety in America: Causes, Preventions, and Implications." She earned a master's degree in mathematics from the University of Oklahoma. She also earned her doctorate in mathematics at OU, with an emphasis in undergraduate mathematics education.

She has served as a graduate teaching assistant in the Department of Mathematics at OU since 2005. She has taught courses including Calculus I and II for Business, Life and Social Sciences; Precalculus and Trigonometry; College Algebra; and Mathematics for Critical Thinking. She served as an adjunct professor at Mid-America Christian University from 2007-10, teaching Abstract Algebra; Discrete Mathematics; Math for Teachers I; and Algebra for Teachers. At OU, she also has taught an intensive three-week course designed to prepare incoming freshmen engineering majors for calculus and analytic geometry.

Marsh is a member of the American Mathematical Society; Mathematical Association of America; a special-interest group of the MAA on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education; and the Association for Women in Mathematics.