Suzanne Dorée

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Suzanne Ingrid Dorée is a professor of mathematics at Augsburg University, where she is also chair of the mathematics department,[1] and a director of the Mathematical Association of America.[2] Her doctoral research concerned group theory;[3] she has also published in mathematics education.

Education and career[edit]

Dorée grew up near New York City, and did her undergraduate studies at the University of Delaware.[1] She joined the Augsburg university faculty in 1989,[4] 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.[3]

Recognition[edit]

In 2004, Dorée won a Distinguished Teaching Award from the Mathematical Association of America.[1][5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Suzanne I. Doree", Faculty, Augsburg University, 2018-02-21
  2. ^ Council and Committees List, Mathematical Association of America, retrieved 2018-02-21
  3. ^ a b Suzanne Dorée at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
  4. ^ 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
  5. ^ Sizer, Wally (September 2004), "Secretary's Report", North Central Mathematical Bulletin, North Central Section of the Mathematical Association of America, 7 (2)