Math @ Duke

Sarah Schott, Associate Professor of the Practice and Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies
I am interested in math education research. I have been involved in an NSF grant focused on the preparing mathematics graduate students to teach undergraduate mathematics. Currently I serve as a project evaluator on an the NSF IUSEfunded grant, SUMMITP: A National Consortium for Synergistic Undergraduate Mathematics via Multiinstitutional Interdisciplinary Teaching Partnerships. This grant is focused on the improvement of mathematics curriculum through better collaboration between math departments and the partner disciplines they serve in their courses.  Contact Info:
Teaching (Fall 2020):
 HOUSECS 59.24, HOUSE COURSE (SP TOP)
Synopsis
 Few Quad 101, M 06:30 PM07:30 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
 Keywords:
Mathematics education
 Curriculum Vitae
 Recent Publications
 Huber, M; Schott, S, Random construction of interpolating sets for highdimensional integration,
Journal of Applied Probability, vol. 51 no. 1
(January, 2014),
pp. 92105, Cambridge University Press (CUP) [doi] [abs]
 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
(Fall, 2012)
 Huber, M; Schott, S; Roberts, G, Using TPA for Bayesian Inference, vol. 9780199694587
(January, 2012),
pp. 257282, Oxford University Press [repository], [doi] [abs]
 Schott, SJ, Girls in Math,
Encompass Magazine
(April, 2011),
pp. 1415 [encompass_sp11]


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Mathematics Department
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