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Ann Marie Murray

Mathematical Learning Theory, APOS Theory, Deconstruction of the product rule in Calculus I, Curriculum and Instruction, Engineering Education, Online Learning

The World Within Reach
Ann Marie Murray
Associate Provost for Program Development
 

Department: Office of the Provost

Service Professor
College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Address:
UNH 308B
Phone:
518-956-8030

 

Introduction

Dr. Murray was the President of Herkimer County Community College from August, 2008 to January, 2014 and served as Vice President of Academic Affairs at Broome Community College from August, 2005 to July, 2008. Before that she was the dean of business and engineering and industrial technologies, associate dean of academic services, department chair for mathematics and science and engineering science, and program director for the FIPSE dissemination grant at Hudson Valley Community College. Dr. Murray also taught mathematics at Hudson Valley Community College from 1982 to 2001. 

Education

University at Albany , Albany, New York
Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction
Certificate of Advanced Study, Education Theory and Practice
Master of Science, Instructional Technology
Master of Arts, Advanced Classroom Teaching ( Mathematics)

Mount Saint Mary College , Newburgh, New York
Bachelor of Arts, Mathematics

Research Interests

Mathematical Learning Theory, APOS Theory, Deconstruction of the product rule in Calculus I, Curriculum and Instruction, Engineering Education, Online Learning

Memberships

ASEE American Society of Engineering Education

IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Additional Information


Publications

Function, Notation and APOS Theory (Doctoral Dissertation, University at Albany, 2002). Dissertation Abstracts International AAT 3053357.

Murray, A. M. (2000).  Do you hear what I hear? Academic Notes, HVCC, Troy, NY.

Feisel, Lyle, et. al. (1998). Report of the University Distance Learning Panel. State University of New York, Office of Educational Technology, Albany, NY.

Laird, E., McCloughlin-Bauer, S., Murray, A.M. & Prussin, S. (Editors) (1997).  Distance Learning: Access to Opportunities.  Proceedings. Hudson Valley
Community College, Troy, NY.

Murray, A. M. (1996).  An interdisciplinary seminar for the application of instructional technology. Leveraging Learning-Using and Affording Technology. Paper
CIT96, Utica, NY.

Chen, J et. al. (1995). SUNY University Faculty Senate Report on Distance Learning. State University of New York, Office of Educational Technology, Albany, NY.

Murray, A. M. (1991). Nontraditional use of calculus software at the developmental level and the dilemma of assessment.  Paper.  SUNY FACT, CIT91, Oneonta, NY.