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Kim Ward

Professor and Math Foundations Program Coordinator
Mathematical Sciences
Dr. Ward is in her eleventh year of serving as the Coordinator of the Math Foundations Program in her sixteenth year as STEP/CAP Math Coordinator. She is strongly committed to teaching and mentoring undergraduate students; especially students who are first-generation, from low-income families, fail to meet standardized admissions criteria or are from groups traditionally underrepresented on college campuses.
Research Interests
  • Curriculum Development
  • Mathematics Education
  • Mathematical Biology
Teaching Interests
  • Calculus I
  • Calculus II
  • Differential Equations

Ward, K. Y. & Larose, C. D. (2019). Assessing and Modeling Student Academic Practices and Performance in First-Year Mathematics Courses in Higher Education. Higher Learning Research Communications, 9(2), Online Version.

Chantal Larose, Kim Ward, Real-World Learning Analytics: Modeling Student Academic Practices and Performace. Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM) Proceedings, Section on Statistical Learning and Data Science. Alexandria, Virginia: American Statistical Association. 2028-2032.

Joseph Manthey, Kim Ward, Ekaterina Lioutikova, Hong Zhou, Geogebra Tools For The Poincaré Disk, North American GeoGebra Journal, volume 5 Number 2 (2016). Available online at