 Sarah Schott, Assistant Professor of the Practice and Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies
In Fall 2007, I taught Math 32L (Calculus 2) and passed my Oral Qualifying Exam on Real and Complex Analysis. My main goal for this semester is to find a research adviser in the field of analysis and probability.
 Contact Info:
Teaching (Spring 2018):
 MATH 112L.004, LABORATORY CALCULUS II
Synopsis
 West Duke 105, MWF 03:20 PM04:10 PM
 MATH 112L.005, LABORATORY CALCULUS II
Synopsis
 West Duke 108B, MWF 01:40 PM02:30 PM
 MATH 112L.04L, LABORATORY CALCULUS II
Synopsis
 West Duke 108B, Tu 03:05 PM04:50 PM
 MATH 112L.05L, LABORATORY CALCULUS II
Synopsis
 West Duke 108B, Tu 10:30 AM12:15 PM
 Education:
Ph.D.  Duke University  2012 
MS  Duke University  2008 
BS  University of Florida  2006 
 Specialties:

Probability
Analysis
 Areas of Interest:
Analysis Probability Stochastic Processes
 Curriculum Vitae
 Recent Publications
 Bookman, ; BarOn, R; Cooke, B; Schott, S, (Re)discovering SoTL through a Fundamental Challenge: Helping Students Transition to College Calculus,
MAA Notes: Guide to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Mathematics
(Submitted, Fall, 2012)
 Huber, M; Schott, S, Random Construction of Interpolating Sets for High Dimensional Integration,
Journal of Applied Probability
(Accepted, 2013)
 Schott, SJ, Girls in Math,
Encompass Magazine
(April, 2011),
pp. 1415 [encompass_sp11]
 Huber, M; Schott, S, Using TPA for Bayesian Inference,
Bayesian Statistics 9
(2010), Oxford Press [repository]
