Martha Goshaw, a mathematics professor at Seminole State College of Florida, has been chosen to receive the Mathematics Excellence Award by the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC) for her “significant contributions to mathematics and mathematics education.” The award will be presented at the AMATYC’s annual conference taking place Nov. 8-11 in Jacksonville.
In 2003 Goshaw received the AMATYC Teaching Excellence Award. She is only the second educator in the country to receive both of these AMATYC awards.
Seminole State College of Florida offers small classes with award-winning professors. Math classes are available in traditional, distance-learning, or hybrid computer-based instruction to accommodate diverse learning styles.
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