Mathematics & Computer Science
Dr. Margaret Dodson
B.A., M.A., SUNY at Stony Brook
Ph.D., Lehigh University
After finishing my degree at Lehigh University, I taught at Kutztown University (2 years) and Lehigh University (2 years).
I teach two sections of MTH 104: Statistical Methods, our introductory statistics course, most semesters. I am currently teaching a section of MTH 121: Calculus I, and have taught MTH 215: Discrete Structures in the past.
Scholarly Activities and Interests
I have attended a number of conferences on teaching statistics, most recently the Eighth Annual "Beyond the Formula" conference in Rochester, NY. I have also been to several meetings of the EPADEL society, the regional group of the Mathematical Association of America. My dissertation was in the field of numerical analysis. I gave a lecture on my work at the annual winter meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Baltimore, MD.
My hobbies include gardening and reading. My family includes my husband, Bruce, a math professor at Lehigh, a son, Allen, a Ph.D. student at Harvard, and a cat, Taro.