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Dr. Margaret "Meg" Huddleston

Dr. Margaret "Meg" HuddlestonProfessor of Mathematics

Classes Taught
MATH 1310: College Algebra
MATH 1321: Precalculus
MATH 2422/2423/3324: Calculus I, II & III
MATH 3102/3302: Mathematics for Elementary Teachers
MATH 2331: Modern Geometry
MATH 3304: Secondary Mathematics Pedagogy and Technology
MATH 3305: Survey of Mathematics
MATH 2330: Applied Statistics
MATH 3310: Introduction to Real Analysis
MATH 4321: Complex Variables
MATH 4393: Capstone in Mathematics
MATH 4399: Senior Project in Mathematics
IDST 1101: Freshman Studies
IDST 2305: Perspectives in Critical Thinking

  • PhD, Mathematics Education, University of Incarnate Word, 2006
    Dissertation: “A Comparative Analysis of the Effects of Reform and Traditional Pedagogy on Content Knowledge and Mathematics Affect in College Algebra Classes”
  • MS, Mathematics, University of Texas - San Antonio, 1993
    Concentration in Theoretical Mathematics
    Capstone Project: “A Predator-Prey Model Problem with Diffusion: An Application of Numerical Models for Partial Differential Equations”
  • BA, Mathematics, Minor in English, Texas A&M University, 1980
  • Outstanding Graduate Student (Mathematics), UIW, 2004
  • Award for Excellence in Advising, 2002
  • AAUW Graduate Study Scholarship, 1991
  • National Merit Scholar, 1976

Dr. Huddleston has always loved math and always wanted to be a teacher, so she considers working at Schreiner to be the perfect career for her. When school is out, however, she likes to go to her “home away from home” -- Walt Disney World!