Associate Professor of Mathematics
OFFICE: Dana 196
Professor Bray teaches mathematics courses in the department. She received her Ph.D. in mathematics from the Polytechnic Institute of New York/ NYU. When she came to Skidmore in 1985, Prof. Bray oversaw the design and implementation of the Quantitative Reasoning Program. Her research area was in abstract algebra, which she still enjoys. She is currently interested in the history of mathematics, the history of medicine, the mathematical modeling of disease, and the history of food. Professor Bray teaches a variety of mathematics courses, such as Calculus I and II, Linear Algebra, Abstract Algebra, History of Mathematics, Concepts of Mathematics, Differential Equations, Statistics and QR I. She also teaches such interdisciplinary courses as the History of Food, International Affairs, Environmental Studies and “Epidemics”.