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Rebecca Conley,
Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

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About Dr. Conley

I have been teaching at Saint Peter’s University since 2016. I enjoy teaching probability, statistics, and algebra. My research interests include numerical analysis, especially the finite element method.

“My teaching philosophy is that students learn by doing. I try to incorporate active learning into every class meeting. Some days we go to the computer lab so students can use technology to run statistical tests.”

Career & Accomplishments

Degrees

  • Stony Brook University, Ph.D.

  • Hunter College, M.A.

  • Pace University, B.A.

Accomplishments

  • Varrichio Teaching Award 2018

Publications

Overcoming element quality dependence of finite elements with adaptive extended stencil FEM (AES‐FEM)
R. Conley, T.J. Delaney, X. Jiao – International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 2016

On the curvature effect of thin membranes
D. Wang, X. Jiao, R. Conley, J. Glimm – Journal of Computational Physics, 2013

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