Associate Chair, Online, School of Liberal Arts, Math and Sciences
School of Liberal Arts
Anne Walsh is the Online Associate Chair of Math and Science. She joined Berkeley College in 2010. Her professional interests are distance learning and mathematics course development. She became a Quality Matters peer reviewer in 2017 and has developed the online course design templates for Statistics I and II.
Her research has been in the alignment of high school and college mathematics curricula, and computerized adaptive online mathematics placement testing for four year institutions and student retention. She presented a paper at a Regional NCTM conference on student retention vis-à-vis transcript analysis and student profile reviews.
Dr. Walsh’s passion is mathematics. She loves its beauty, its rigor, and its embodiment of truth. She studied mathematics in New York and Dublin, Ireland.
Dr. Walsh holds a B.S. in Business from St. John’s University, New York; a Higher Diploma in Education (H.Dip.) from St. Patrick’s College, Co. Kildare, Ireland; an M.S. in Mathematics Education from Lehman College, New York; an M.E. in Education from Teachers College, Columbia University, New York; and an Ed.D. in Mathematics Education from Teachers College, Columbia University, New York.
Her teaching mission is to get students to understand the value and power of mathematics in their everyday lives and in real-world situations.
In an effort to spread the joy of math, geometry in particular, Dr. Walsh has written a children’s math literacy storybook, The Adventures of Symmy the Square and the Land of Shapes. The book has been translated into Gaelic, French, Spanish, and Mandarin Chinese.