# Rosemary Farley

## Rosemary Farley

### Professor

### Department : Mathematics

### Email : rosemary.farley@manhattan.edu

### Phone : 718-862-7380

### Office : RLC 2FL

## Education

PHD, New York University

MS, New York University

BS, College of Mount St. Vincent

## Research

At the present, I am particularly interested in the use of technology in the mathematics classroom. The introduction of technology into the mathematics classroom has created an opportunity for creative teaching methods. I am particularly proud of my participation in the Conferences on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics. This annual conference has been cited by the Mathematical Association of Americas as being a particularly important annual event. It is at these conferences that ideas are shared and information about successes and failures are disseminated. Each year, I learn so much.

Our department participates in the Spuyten Duyvil Undergraduate Mathematics Conference each year. I am an active mentor for the students who present the results of mathematical research conducted during the semester. The day is a learning experience for all of us.

## Professional Experience

Member of the Mathematical Association of America

## Publications & Professional Activities

**Recent Publications:**

- Farley, Rosemary. Using The Computer Algebra System Maple To Generate Research Questions For Pre-Service Teachers In A Capstone Course. PRIMUS, Special Issue on the Capstone Course. May 10, 2013, pp. 367-376.

- Farley, Rosemary & Tiffany, P. A Four Step Method for Creating Animations. Computers in Education Journal. Vol. 4 No. 3 July--September 2013, 59-62.

- Farley, Rosemary. Visualizing Linear Transformations Using the Condition Number of a Matrix. Computers in Education Journal. Vol. 1 No. 1 January-March 2010, 71-76.

**Selected Presentations: **

- Student Projects to Visualize Iteration Patterns of Matrices with Complex Eigenvalues was presented at the Joint Meeting of the Mathematical Association of America and the American Mathematical Society, Baltimore, Maryland in January, 2014.

- A Pilot Program Using an e-book and Online Homework in the Calculus Sequence (with Patrice Tiffany) was presented at the International Conference of Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in April, 2013.

- Using MyMathLab in Calculus (with Patrice Tiffany) was presented at a Pearson professional development opportunity event in April, 2013.

- Creating Animations

- A Capstone Course for Secondary Education Students was presented at the Joint Meeting of the Mathematical Association of America and the American Mathematical Society, Boston, Massachusetts in January, 2012.

- Linear Transformations and the Condition Number of Associated Matrices was presented at the Maple Conference Waterloo in July, 2006.

## Honors & Awards

Lasallian Educator of the Year 2001-2002.

## Courses Taught/Teaching

MATH 151 Modern Mathematics

MATH 153 Linear Math Analysis

MATH 154 Calculus for Business Decisions

MATH 185 Calculus I

MATH 186 Calculus II

MATH 187 Honors Calculus I

MATH 188 Honors Calculus II

MATH 230 Elementary Statistics

MATH 243 Foundations for Higher Mathematics

MATH 272 Linear Algebra I

MATH 285 Calculus III

MATH 286 Differential Equations

MATH 287 Honors Calculus III

MATH 331 Probability

MATH 385 Vector Calculus

MATH 422 Seminar for Mathematics Education

MATH 432 Statistical Inference

MATH 471 Linear Algebra II

MATH 490 Complex Analysis