Harold Connerley, assistant professor, received his B.S. from Mississippi State University, M.Ed. from Auburn and Ed.S. from Georgia State University. He has taught mathematics in Georgia for 42 years and in his leisure time is an avid hiker of the Appalachian Trail.He and his wife, Lu, have been married over 40 years and have two children, Robert and Allen.Mr. Connerly’s favorite scripture verse is Psalms 23:1, “The Lord is my Shepherd and I shall not want!”
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Cathy Monroe, instructor, received her B.A. in mathematics education from Georgia College and her M.Ed. in mathematics education from the University of Georgia. She taught in the public school system for 31 years and came to Emmanuel full-time in 2006. She teaches courses in precalculus, trigonometry, geometry, college algebra, math methods for high school teacher candidates and math for elementary and middle school teacher candidates. She also observes and coaches teacher candidates in the nearby schools.
She is a member of The Grove (www.grovelevel.com) in Maysville, Ga. Cathy and her husband, Zane, have three children; Patrick, Mark and Michelle.
Ashley Zenisek is a mathematics lecturer teaching courses in college algebra, differential equations, mathematical topics, and undergraduate research at Emmanuel. Prior to working here, Ashley taught at Milwaukee School of Engineering and Marquette University with a primary (but not limited) focus on the calculus series. In 2005 she received a B.A. in Christian ministry and a B.S. in mathematics from Wheaton College. She continued her studies at Wheaton and earned an M.A.T. in secondary math education (2007). Ashley furthered her knowledge in both mathematics and computer science by receiving an M.S. in computational sciences from Marquette University in 2011. Currently, she is attending UGA in pursuit of her Ph.D. in mathematics education.
Ashley’s research in abstract algebra (more specifically Moufang Loops) is published in the journal Commentationes Mathematicae Universitatis Carolinae. At the present time she works on a research team from University of Georgia studying students’ concept of mathematical proof. During the past six summers Ashley has been invited to participate in grading AP Calculus exams
A native of Florence, S. C., Georgia received a Bachelor of Science in mathematics and economics from Francis Marion College and a Master of Arts in mathematics education from Piedmont College.