Mathematics Learning Center
Meet Our Mathematics Fellows
A major part of the Mathematics Learning Center, which brings help directly to the classroom, is the Mathematics Fellow program. Mathematics Fellows are qualified students who will assist in your math class and also offer one hour of supplemental instruction (SI) outside class each week. These SI sessions are student-centered and have proven to have a positive impact on student success and retention. Let's meet our Mathematics Fellows for this semester!
Emma Fancher is the Mathematics Fellow for Dr. Bowie's MA 112-08 class this spring.
Emma is a sophomore majoring in Mathematics. She is from Guntersville, Alabama, where she graduated from high school in 2015. In Emma’s free time, she enjoys spending time outdoors, walking, playing handbells and piano, and reading. Emma loves cookie dough, American flags, and Jesus!
McKenzie O'Brien is the Mathematics Fellow for Dr. Golenbiewski's MA 110-04 class this semester.
McKenzie is a freshman majoring in Elementary Education. She is from Memphis, Tennessee and enjoys spending time with friends, painting and calligraphy, and has a heart for missions in the country of Haiti.
Sylver Carter is the Mathematics Fellow for Dr. Johnson's MA 110-07 class this semester.
Sylver is a freshman with an undecided major. She is from a little town north of Birmingham called Kimberly and graduated from Mortimer Jordan High School. She is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha. Sylver enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, and is a certified scuba diver!
Emma McFall is the Mathematics Fellow for Dr. Golenbiewski's MA 110-08 class this spring.
Emma is a sophomore Secondary Education Mathematics major. She is from Florence, Alabama and is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha. Emma loves to just hang out with her friends and stay involved and connected with the people around her!
Millie Cammarata is the Mathematics Fellow for Dr. Stupiansky's MA 110-05 class this semester.
Millainya, “Millie” for short, is a junior Mathematics/Secondary Education major. She is from Phoenix, Arizona, and her interests include traveling, photography, and just enjoying life as much as possible!
Kolby Thrasher is the Mathematics Fellow for Dr. Golenbiewski's MA 125-01 class this semester.
Kolby is a sophomore majoring in Physics. For the most part, Kolby is “just the average bookworm.” He spends most of his free time reading about philosophy or science if he’s not discussing these topics with his friends. Kolby has spent a fair share of time speaking publicly on issues about which he is passionate!
Christina Chambers is the Mathematics Fellow for Dr. Prince-Lubawy's MA 112-07 class this fall.
Christina is a senior Mathematics/Secondary Education major. She is from Albertville, Alabama and a 2014 graduate of Albertville High School. Christina is a member of the Christian sorority Alpha Delta Chi here on campus and is also a HUGE Harry Potter fan!
Sydney Corum is the Mathematics Fellow for Dr. Stupiansky's MA 110-02 class this semester.
Sydney is a senior majoring in Mathematics. She is from Killen, Alabama. In Sydney’s free time, she enjoys spending time on the lake, reading, painting, and exercising. Sydney loves Jesus, animals, and Netflix!
Meridith is a senior majoring in Mathematics and minoring in Sociology. She is from Flower Mound, Texas but moved to Florence in 2012. Meridith loves to hang out with friends, listen to live music, and being outdoors. She plans to graduate in May 2017!
Sam Oliver is the Mathematics Fellow for Dr. Bowie's MA 112-05 class this spring.
Sam is a junior majoring in Mathematics/Secondary Education. He is originally from Moulton, Alabama. Sam’s experience working in a local hardware store during the summer has given him a huge interest in learning more about being an electrician alongside teaching math. His hobbies include spending time with family and friends, fishing, and kayaking.
Eileen Drass is the Mathematics Fellow for Dr. Johnson's MA 125-02 class this semester.
Eileen is a senior majoring in Computer Science with a minor in Mathematics. She is from Meridianville, Alabama, a little town directly north of Huntsville. Eileen loves music, movies, food, and her dog. She played mellophone in UNA's Pride of Dixie Marching Band for four years. Eileen has been skydiving and believes everyone should do it at least once in his/her lifetime!
Katelyn Payton-Page is the Mathematics Fellow for Dr. Greer's MA 112-06 class this semester.
Katelyn is a senior majoring in Mathematics and Art. She is known for working at the local haunted house known as Arx Mortis. Katelyn was also a flute and piccolo player in the Brooks High School Band and for Troy University's Sound of the South Marching Band.