Immaculata University Names West Chester Resident Assistant Professor of Mathematics
West Chester resident Molli R. Jones, Ph.D., is a new assistant professor in the Mathematics Department of Immaculata University. In addition, Dr. Jones serves as director of the Math Center at Immaculata where she tutors both graduate and undergraduate students.
Beginning her professional teaching career at Immaculata, Dr. Jones was a part-time lecturer in the undergraduate Mathematics Department for several years. She spent four years as a teaching assistant while at the University of Connecticut where she founded and chaired SIGMA, an academic and social organization for graduate students. Earlier in her career, she was head math tutor for the Learning Development Center at the Rochester Institute of Technology.
Sharing her expertise, Dr. Jones has given presentations to various groups including the 2006 Girls Exploring Tomorrow´s Technology (GETT) program held at Immaculata University. In 2003, she received the Connie Strange Graduate Community Award from the Department of Mathematics at the University of Connecticut.
Dr. Jones earned both her Bachelor of Science in Computational Mathematics and a Master of Science in Industrial and Applied Mathematics from the Rochester Institute of Technology. In 2003, she received her Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics from the University of Connecticut.
"I have thoroughly enjoyed my years as a part-time employee of Immaculata, and I am looking forward to becoming a full-time member of this extremely positive educational environment," commented Dr. Jones on her appointment to Immaculata University.
Immaculata University, a Catholic coeducational institution, is located 20 miles west of Philadelphia, south of the intersection of routes 30 and 352, between Paoli and Exton.
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