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Lori Steiner

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Associate Professor of Mathematics/Dir of Institutional Research
Division of Science and Mathematics
316-942-4291 ext. 2263
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Office: SH306
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Miscellaneous Information

Miscellaneous Information:

Dr. Steiner has taught in the Mathematics Department since 2001. She is currently the Director of Institutional Research and continues to teach part-time in the Mathematics Department. Dr. Steiner serves as the chair of the Institutional Review Board and the Student Success Steering Committee and serves on several other committees including the NSP Assessment Committee and the Title III Grant committee.

Ph.D.
Education:

University of Kansas

M.A. in Mathematics, 1983

 

Kansas State University

Ph.D. in Adult Education, 2007.

Areas of Expertise:
  • Statistics
  • Statistical modeling
  • Survey analysis 
Research Interest:
  • Statistics
  • Student success
  • Data analytics
  • History of mathematics
  • Connections between nature, art, and mathematics.
Publications & Presentations:
  • Article Reviewer (June 2017), CSRDE National Symposium on Student Retention. Lloyd, S., Borger, J., Steiner, L., McKay, R., Schwengel, D., & Kimatian, S. (in press).
  • Undirected Learning Styles and Academic Risk: Analysis of the impact of stress, strain, and coping. Journal of Education in Perioperative Medicine. Steiner, L.
  • Effective math tutoring strategies. In CRLA Handbook for Training Peer Tutors and Mentors. College Reading and Learning Association. Steiner, L. (2008).
  • The Effect of personal and epistemological beliefs in a college developmental mathematics class (abstract).
  • Teacher Education: Contemporary Scenario
  • Seventh International Conference, All India Association of Teacher Educators.
  • Dissertation Thesis Supervised (Copyright 2007) – The Effect of Personal and Epistemological Beliefs in a College Developmental Mathematics Class Guest Lecturer – Women Count Conference (August 2007)
  • Women Exploring Mathematics and Science, San Jose, California Ward, R. D, & Steiner, L. (1987)
  • A Comparison of Feedback and Multivariate Nonlinear Regression Analysis in Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal. Property Tax Journal. This paper was presented at the International Association of Assessing Officers Technical Seminar on September 17, 1987.
Affiliations / Community Leadership:
  • Member of the Mathematical Association of America
  • The American Statistical Association
  • Association of Institutional Research
Recognition & Awards:
  • Nominated for graduate student of the year (April, 2007), Kansas State University
  • Department of Education Bernard L. Barnard Award
  • International Association of Assessing Officers, 1988
  • Presented for an article published in the Property Tax Journal that has made the greatest contribution towards the improvement of assessment administration.
  • Florence Black Teaching Award, University of Kansas, 1983
Resume:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1CV5ytI_DWQAB6ciS5UnPiiy39yE-hrP2
LinkedIn:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/lori-steiner-6a51785b/

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