Dr. Margaret "Meg" Huddleston

Dr. Margaret "Meg" HuddlestonProfessor
Mathematics
email:  mbhuddleston@schreiner.edu


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 3301: Modern Geometry
MATH 3304: Secondary Mathematics Pedagogy and Technology
MATH 3305: Survey of Mathematics
MATH 3330: 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

Awards
Outstanding Graduate Student
    (Mathematics), UIW, 2004
Award for Excellence in Advising, 2002
AAUW Graduate Study Scholarship, 1991
National Merit Scholar, 1976

Education
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
Concentration in Theoretical Mathematics
University of Texas - San Antonio, 1993

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

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!
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