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Anna Marie Vagnozzi

Mathematical and Statistical Sciences

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Martin Hall O312 [Office]

avagnoz@clemson.edu
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Educational Background

M.S., Mathematical Sciences, Clemson University, 2020
B.S., Mathematics, Campbell University, 2016

Profile/About Me

I am currently a Lecturer in the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences at Clemson University in South Carolina. I love teaching mathematics and working with undergraduate students. Mathematics is all around us and can be a valuable tool to understand the world in which we live. In my classes, I strive to help my students make connections between math and everyday life.

I graduated from Clemson University in May 2020 with my master's degree in Mathematical Sciences. Prior to graduate school, I attended Campbell University in North Carolina (Go Camels!), where I earned my bachelor's degree in Mathematics. When I'm not teaching math, these days you can usually find me on a hike, caring for my growing collection of succulents, trying my hand at pasta-making, or curled up with a good book and a large mug of coffee.

Research Interests

Statistics, applied mathematics, mathematics education

Courses Taught

MATH 1060: Calculus of One Variable I
STAT 2300: Statistical Methods I
STAT 3090: Introductory Business Statistics

Selected Publications

Staci N. Johnson, Eliza D. Gallagher, Anna Marie Vagnozzi. "Validity concerns with the Revised Study Process Questionnaire (R-SPQ-2F) in undergraduate anatomy & physiology students." PLoS ONE, 16(4), April 2021. Available at https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0250600.
Anna Marie Vagnozzi. "Detecting Partisan Gerrymandering through Mathematical Analysis: A Case Study of South Carolina." Master's Thesis, May 2020. Available at https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/all_theses/3347/.

Selected Talks

"Statistical Techniques for Detecting Partisan Gerrymandering: A Case Study of South Carolina." Anna Marie Vagnozzi, Matthew J. Saltzman. 2020 INFORMS Annual Meeting, November 2020.
"Using Mathematics to Study Partisan Gerrymandering in South Carolina." Guest Lecture for MATH 4080, November 2020.
"Poverty & Guidance: Challenges and Opportunities in Mathematics Preparation for Engineering." Eliza Gallagher, Rachel Lanning, Anna Marie Vagnozzi. 2020 ASEE Virtual Annual Conference & Exposition, June 2020.
"Detecting Partisan Gerrymandering through Mathematical Analysis: A Case Study of South Carolina." Master's Thesis Defense, Clemson University, March 2020.

Honors and Awards

Outstanding Graduate Citizenship Award, Clemson University, School of Mathematical & Statistical Sciences, April 2020.

Outreach

Math-In Volunteer, Clemson School of Mathematical & Statistical Sciences, December 2017 - Present.
AP Research Expert Advisor for Daniel High School Student, September 2020 - February 2021.
Clemson Association for Women in Mathematics, Chapter Treasurer, April 2019 - May 2020.
Project WISE Summer Camp Volunteer, Clemson University, Summer 2018.
Calculus Challenge Volunteer, Clemson School of Mathematical & Statistical Sciences, April 2018.

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