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Andrea L. Gillett, MS

Lecturer & Program Coordinator, Mathematics
Division of Science
CC Room 132

PHONE: 812.348.7298
FAX: 812.348.7370
E-MAIL: algillet@iupuc.edu

Education

  • M.S. in Mathematics from Western Illinois University
  • B.S. in Mathematics with a teaching certificate in Secondary Education from Western Illinois University
  • Illinois Teaching Certificate in Secondary Education with Middle School Endorsement

Professional Activities

  • Member, Mathematical Association of America

Courses Taught

  • Math 001 Intro to Algebra      
  • Math 110  Fundamentals of Algebra  
  • Math 111 Algebra             
  • Math M118  Finite Mathematics  
  • Math 154 Algebra and Trigonometry II 
  • Math 159  Precalculus       
  • Math 165 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I  
  • Math 171 Multidimensional Mathematics  
  • Stat 301 Elem Stat Method I   

Administrative & Service Responsibilities

  • Mathematics Lecturer, IUPUC, Columbus, IN, August 2008 to present
  • Adjunct Mathematics Instructor, IUPUC, Columbus, IN, August 2007-08
  • Mathematics Instructor, Carl Sandburg College, Carthage, IL August 2006–May 2007
  • Mathematics Instructor, Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL, August 2004–May 2007
  • Mathematics Teacher, Macomb High School, Macomb, IL, August 2004–May 2006

Awards & Activities

  • 2013: Nominee, Outstanding Full-time Faculty Teaching Award
  • 2011: Nominee, Outstanding Full-time Faculty Teaching Award
  • 2003: Recipient, graduate assistantship, Western Illinois University
  • 2002: Graduated with honors; cum laude
  • 1998: Recipient, Glendine Gibb Memorial Scholarship, Western Illinois University

Publications

  • “Best Practices in Providing Math Assistance,” Andrea L. Gillett, MS and Crystal  Walcott, PhD. Contributed paper published 2010. My portion of this paper focuses on tutoring centers and providing assistance to students outside of the  classroom. I compared IUPUC to two other regional campuses in the IU system, as well  as to IUPUI. I discussed the tutoring offerings at each campus and the other programs being offered to students in order to help with student success. The differences in each  institutions offerings was significant and financial resources were clearly a factor in the  number of hours and services each was able to provide.