Meet Martha Hunt
Assistant Professor, Mathematics
Education: 1970, Emmanuel College, B.A.
1972, Boston College, M.A.
1974, Brandeis University, M.A.
1978, University of New Hampshire, Ph.D.
Courses Taught: Introductory Algebra
Career Specialties: Martha Hunt's specialties include research on the teaching and learning of elementary mathematics and most recently development of materials to enhance student learning of mathematics in an online environment.
Professional and Community Activities: Prior to coming to the University of Tampa, Hunt taught for several years at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Salem State University, both in Massachusetts. Martha has presented at several conferences including NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics) and ICTCM (International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics). She has also been a contributing committee member of the Massachusetts Assessment Development Committee, the MTEL (Massachusetts Test for Educator Licensure) Qualifying Committee and a Singapore Math summer training group leader. Hunt was also the principal writer and investigator for Project Salem, a Title II-B MMSP grant that targeted middle school generalists in six school districts north of Boston.
Honors and Awards: Hunt was presented the Presidential Award for Teaching Excellence by the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy (1985).