Sharon Taylor, Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics
Sharon joined Georgia Southern in the department in 1996. Her research interests are mathematics and statistics education, inexpensive hands-on manipulatives for teachers to use in classrooms, and AP Calculus. She has served the AP Calculus reading since 1996. She has won the College and University awards for Excellence in Teaching. Her primary teaching duties are content courses for middle grade majors as well as calculus (and sometimes statistics).
- Instructor, San Antonio College, 1989-1990
- Temporary Instructor, Sam Houston State University, 1990-1992
- Assistant Professor, Montclair State University, 1993-1996
- Assistant, Associate, Full Professor, 1996-present
- Department Chair, 2012=2019
- BSEd, Southwest Texas State University, 1987
- MA, Sam Houston State University, 1989
- PhD, Texas A&M University, 1993
- MATH 1141 Calculus I
- MATH 3032 Foundations of Data and Geometry for K-8 Teachers
- MATH 2010 Problem Solving for K-8 Teachers
- MATH 5130 Statistics and Probability for K-8 Teachers
Last updated: 4/26/2023