My name is Timothy Hogenboom. I have been Senior Instructor/Instructor of Statistics and Mathematics at USCB since 2011.
I earned a Bachelor of Science with a double major in Mathematics and Secondary Education, Honors Program, Roberts Wesleyan College, Rochester, New York, 1991. I earned a Master of Arts in Mathematical Sciences at State University of New York at Binghamton in 1997. My area of concentration was Statistics.
I have served in the following committees: Math Course Redesign Committee, Teacher Education Advisory Council, Mathematics Teacher Education Committee, Education Department Conceptual Framework Committee, Interview Committee for the Director of E-Learning Position, USCB Family Fund film cast. I also served as an Adjunct Faculty member at USCB from 2008-2010.
My previous teaching experience includes teaching various courses in mathematics, statistics, physics, and computer programming at Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah Country Day School, Porter-Gaud School, and Sherman Central School.
My current role at USCB as Senior Instructor involves teaching mostly introductory statistics courses. I enjoy it because I love the way statistics relates to so many things in everyday life.
MA in Mathematical Sciences. University of New York at Binghamton 1997
BS in Mathematics Secondary Education. Roberts Wesleyan College 1991
- MATH B201 - Elementary Statistics
- MATH B340 - Introduction to Probability and Statistics
- Programming and Data Analysis with Statistical Programs
- Coordination and Writing of Math Curricula
- Preparing Secondary Mathematics Teachers