Antoinette Marie Marquard
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 Title: Associate College Lecturer AAU
 Dept: Mathematics
 Office: RT 1522
 Phone: 216-523-7152
 Fax: 216-523-7340
 Email: A.MARQUARD@csuohio.edu
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. RT 1522, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Education:
M.A., Mathematics, Cleveland State University
 
Brief Bio:
Antoinette received both her B.A. and her M.A. in Mathematics from Cleveland State University.  She began her teaching career in 1975 at Saint Joseph Academy on the far west side of Cleveland.  After teaching mathematics there for 12 years, she broadened her teaching repertoire by taking additional classes at CSU to obtain certification to teach physics.  She then returned to Saint Joseph Academy as the chair of the mathematics department and taught both mathematics and physics, combining them into an innovative and interdisciplinary Calculus/Physics course.  She taught the Calculus portion of the course as an adjunct instructor for CSU through the Post Secondary Options Program.  Antoinette then moved into high school administration where she spent 15 years as the Associate Principal for Academics at Saint Joseph Academy.  As an administrator, Antoinette took a keen interest in the wave of technology innovations then taking place and developed an ambitious technology program for her school.  She soon became the school statistician by combining her knowledge of technology with the academic data she worked with each day.  Upon her retirement from Saint Joseph Academy after 32 years of service, Antoinette wanted to return to the classroom and chose CSU, her alma mater, where she has been teaching since 2007.

In addition to her teaching duties, Antoinette is an Undergraduate Program Advisor for the Mathematics Department and the Local Chapter Advisor for the Pi Mu Epsilon honorary mathematics society of which she has been a member since her college days at CSU. Antoinette's academic interests revolve around STEM education (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). She is a member of the Operation STEM Advisory Board and teaches many of the courses in the program. Operation STEM is an NSF funded program that provides an engaging experience for students interested in pursuing a STEM major. Antoinette is also part of the CSUteach program which is a secondary (grades 7-12) mathematics and science teacher licensure program.