Dr. Martin’s passion for teaching brought her to Westminster College in August 2008 after she completed her Ph.D. in Mathematics at the University of Arkansas in May of that year. Since then she has had the pleasure of teaching a variety of courses including Elementary Statistics (MAT 114), Calculus I (MAT 124), Linear Algebra (MAT 215), Calculus III (MAT 224), Differential Equations (MAT 312), and Advanced Calculus (MAT 424). She is particularly interested in working with undergraduates on research in mathematics.
Besides working with students to conduct research in her own areas of geometric analysis and partial differential equations, she has led projects on topics ranging from graph theory to applied math.
Outside of Westminster, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, hiking, cooking, and reading (mostly science-fiction/fantasy novels).
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