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In 2011, Gail assumed the role of Mathematics Department chair, where her mission is to stay current with teaching strategies to provide the most effective approaches in teaching today's student.

BIO

Gail is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Mathematics Department in the College of Arts & Sciences at Johnson & Wales University, Providence, RI. Gail joined the faculty in 1991, having previously worked as a Mathematician and Computer Scientist at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) in Newport RI. At NUWC, Gail was the Lead Systems Manager for the Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) mainframes supporting all of NUWC. Previously at NUWC, Gail designed and developed algorithms and software to process time-tagged geographic positional data of U.S. Navy submarines, torpedoes, surface ships and aircraft.

At Johnson & Wales, Gail has established a reputation for delivering dynamic lectures that include the use of interesting and current world events to illustrate course principles. All of these illustrations are customized to the student's needs and are designed to be interesting and promote learning. Gail is responsible for introducing new technology into her curriculum. Gail has done many presentations on her teaching successes with computer technology.

In 2011, Gail assumed the role of Mathematics Department chair, where her mission is to stay current with teaching strategies to provide the most effective approaches in teaching today's student.

Courses Taught

  • MATH2001 (Undergraduate) Statistics