Carol Flannery

Senior Lecturer I - Management
flannery@utdallas.edu
972-883-5853
SOM2416

Professional Preparation

Ed.D. - Secondary and Higher Education--Major: Supervision, Curriculum, and Instruction-- Two Doctoral Minors: Learning Technology & Information Systems, Earth Sciences
Texas A&M at Commerce - 1993
M.S. - Secondary & Higher Education - College Teaching of Mathematics
Texas A&M at Commerce - 1990
B.S. - Major: Mathematics, Minor: Russian Language
University of Texas at Arlington - 1975

Publications

Developed, authored, and narrated Online version of OPRE 3360 (Managerial Methods in Decision Making Under Uncertainty) 2014 - Publication
 Developed, Authored, and Narrated Online Version OPRE 6301(Quantitative Introduction Risk and Uncertainty in Business -- title change Fall 2017 to Statistics and Data Analysis)--Graduate Level Core Course               2010 - Publication
Consultant/Editor McGraw-Hill Publishers for:  PreMBA, Analytical Primer: Essential Quantitative Concepts for Business Math by Regina Trevino 2006 - Publication
Developed, Authored, and Narrated Math Refresher Online Course for Global MBA Program (University of Texas at Dallas) 2006 - Publication
2000 Publication – Texas A&M at Commerce – Commerce, Texas.   Co-author of section entitled: Educational Technology – Implications for the Future” 1993 - Publication
Basic Measurement: The Mathematics of Lines, Circles, and Triangles ©1985 Carol A. Flannery for Math-O-Matics Press – Dallas, Texas 1985 - Publication
Weights and Measures ©1985 Carol A. Flannery for Math-O-Matics Press – Dallas, Texas. 1985 - Publication
1981 Texas Education Agency grant: Innovative and Exemplary Category. Grants Manager/Co-author/Editor/On-Camera Instructor Restructuring of Technical Mathematics – written textbook and 27 video tapes 1981 - Publication

Additional Information

Carol A. Flannery, Ed.D.

Carol Flannery has been teaching math and statistics in college and universities for more than thirty years. She has not only produced and appeared in math tutoring videos, but was also a guest on the children's television show, Mr. Peppermint, in which she taught math concepts to Muffin the Bear and Jingles the Dragon. Carol has always been eager to share her enthusiasm for learning math. Along with developing curriculum for area business and industry, she has also created workshops to attract more people into the fields of science and mathematics. She has developed online undergraduate and graduate-core statistics courses, the Math Refresher for students within the Executive Education programs, and statistics courses for physicians who are completing advanced degrees in health care administration.  Her hobbies include photography and participating in the conservation of wildlife. At one time, she served as Texas Director of the Elsa Wild Animal Appeal, a worldwide wildlife conservation charity. Her association with the Appeal provided the opportunity not only to travel to Kenya and Tanzania, but meet the organization's founder, author Joy Adamson (Born Free, Living Free, et al). The two became friends and Carol was able to witness first-hand some of the activities with one of Joy's last animal rehabilitation projects involving Penny the Leopard in Shaba (located in Kenya's Northern Frontier District). "I had wanted to travel to Africa since I was nine years old. It was a dream come true to visit East Africa; the people, the land, the culture, seeing animals in their natural habitats, a truly wonderful experience." In addition to her love of traveling to exotic locales, Carol's other hobbies include woodworking;  collects, restores and plays vintage guitars. She earned her Masters and Doctoral degrees from Texas A&M at Commerce and has been teaching for the University of Texas at Dallas since 1995.

Affiliations

dfw*atw [Alliance of Technology and Women]- member
ICDRiA (International Center for Decision and Risk Analysis) UT Dallas - Advisory Board Member
INFORMS (Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences) - Member
Supply Chain Leadership Council - UT Dallas
Faculty Advisor