Suzanne Ingrid Dorée is a professor of mathematics at Augsburg University, where she is also chair of the mathematics department, and a director of the Mathematical Association of America. Her doctoral research concerned group theory; she has also published in mathematics education.
Education and career
Dorée grew up near New York City, and did her undergraduate studies at the University of Delaware. She joined the Augsburg university faculty in 1989, and (while there) did her graduate studies at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. She completed her Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1996; her dissertation, supervised by Martin Isaacs, was Subgroups with the Character Restriction Property and Normal Complements.
- "Suzanne I. Doree", Faculty, Augsburg University, 2018-02-21
- Council and Committees List, Mathematical Association of America, retrieved 2018-02-21
- Suzanne Dorée at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
- Author biography from Arett, Danielle; Dorée, Suzanne (2010), "Coloring and counting on the Tower of Hanoi graphs", Mathematics Magazine, 83 (3): 200–209, doi:10.4169/002557010X494841, MR 2668333
- Sizer, Wally (September 2004), "Secretary's Report", North Central Mathematical Bulletin, North Central Section of the Mathematical Association of America, 7 (2)