STEWARCW

Stewart, Carol

Email: stewarcw@alfredstate.edu
Department: Mathematics and Physics
Office Location:Hunter Student Development Center
Office Phone: 607-587-4273

Education

Canisius College, Buffalo, NY, MS Education, 1985.

Clarkson College of Technology, Potsdam, NY, BS Mathematics, 1971.

Non-degree Graduate Courses:

Critical Thinking, Long Island University, (UUP sponsored course at Alfred State), 1993.

Learning Disabilities, Alfred University, 1989

Statistical Sciences (seven courses), Univeristy of Buffalo, 1974 - 76.

 

NSF Chautauqua Short Course, Active Statistics, 1994.


Teaching Overview
Engineering Economics, Calculus I, II, and II, Differential Equations, Business Calculus, Introduction to Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, Trigonometry, Statistics I (on campus and on-line) and II, Statistical Concepts(on campus and on-line), Statistical Methods and Analysis, Algebra Concepts.
Professional Experience

Interim Assistant Dean, School of Management and Engineering Technologies, Alfred State College, 2004 - 2006.

Assitant Professor, Math Department, Alfred State College, 1994 - present.  Instructor, 1991-1994.  Adjunct Faculty 1989-1991. 

Consultant, Dresser-Rand Company, Inc., 1990.  Engineering software conversion.

Adjunct Associate Professor, Math Department, Alfred University, 1987-1989.  Taught Algebra, Calculus, HEOP Mathematics Summer Program.

Information Systems Management Department, SUC Buffalo, 1987.  Taught computer elective.

Computer Studies Program, Trocaire College, Buffalo, NY.  1983-1986.  Taught COBOL, Pascal, Programming Logic, Data Bases, System Analysis, Word Processing.

Mathematics Teacher (seventh grade), Iroquois Central School, Elma, NY.  1982-83.

Programmer/Analyst, Moog, Inc. Elma, NY.  1978-1981.  Designed, implemented and maintained commercial applications programs.

 Assistant Mathematican, Calspan Corporation (Cornell Aeronautical Laboratories), Buffalo, NY.  1972-1975.  Liaison between engineers and programmers for Department of Defense project.  Programmer/Analyst for NYS Bureau of Equalization and Assessment.  In-hous capture and analysis of coputer usage statistics.

Technical Applications Programmer, Union Carbide Corporation, Tonawand, NY.  1970-1971.  Designed and implemented con-commercial computer applications.


Research

Publications and Events

Co-Presenter, ASC Math Lab, NYSMATC Annual Conference, 1995.

Developer and Presenter, Wellsville Central School Elementary Mathematics Teachers, Workshop Series, 1991-1992.

Project Director, Eisenhower Grant for Physics and Physical Science Education, Southern Tier Region.  Project Administration, Presentations to Elementary and Secondary Faculty and Students in regional school districts.  GESA trainer.

Developer and Presenter, Gifted and Talented Math Program (Fifth Grade), Wellsville Central School, 1992.

Developer and Presenter, LOGO for Primary Students, Union Free School District of East Aurora, NY, 1982-83.

Presenter, Income Approach to Commercial Assessment, NYS Board of Equalization and Assessment Assessors Conference, 1974.


Honors and Awards
Who's Who in American Teachers.
Service

Member, Institution Research Board, 2005-2006.

Out-of-Department Reviewer, ASC Physical Sciences Department, 2006. 

Editor, ASC-SUNY Memorandum of Understanding II, version 1 and 2, 2004-2005.

Off-Campus Reviewer, Morrisville College of Technology Mathematics Department, 2004.

Chair, ASC Faculty Senate Budget and Planning Committee.

Chair, ASC Committee for University Colleges of Technology (SUNY) Core Competencies.

Chair, Five-Year Review committe for Undeclared Major and Liberal Arts (AA degree)

Member, College and Department Search Committees.


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