Sarah J. Greenwald is Professor of Mathematics at Appalachian State University and was Interim Director of Gender, Women's and Sexuality Studies in Spring 2018. Her PhD in mathematics is from the University of Pennsylvania in Riemannian geometry. She investigates connections between mathematics and society, such as women, minorities, and popular culture. She has won several awards for teaching, scholarship, and service, most recently a 2018 Association for Women in Mathematics Service Award. She co-edited the 3-volume Encyclopedia of Mathematics & Society, which was named a "Best Reference 2011" by Library Journal, and the 2018 Springer volume Women in Mathematics: Celebrating the Centennial of the Mathematical Association of America. She has taught courses on women and minorities in mathematics (MAT 4010/IDS 3530) as well as gender, media, and popular culture (GWS 3350).
Title: Professor of Mathematics
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Phone: (828) 262-2363