Senior Professor Dr. Anna Brophy has taught mathematics at Union since the fall of 2008 and has earned student praise throughout her teaching career. She previously taught mathematics at Horry-Georgetown Technical College in South Carolina. Prior to that, she was a computer programmer and an actuarial analyst. At Union, she has chaired the Academic Evaluation Committee, the Scholarship Committee, the Professional Development Committee, and the Nominations Committee. She has a master’s degree in Applied Mathematics from Stevens Institute of Technology and a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Rutgers. In 2013, she received her doctorate in Mathematics Education from Rutgers. Her research involved understanding how pre-service teachers build and justify their solutions to a series of problems involving Combinatorics.
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