Karen Terrell, PhD
Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education
Beatty Hall 324
Ph.D Boston College - Doctor of Philosophy, Curriculum and Instruction
M.Ed. Boston College - Master of Education, Curriculum and Instruction
B.S Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Bachelor of Science, Art and Design
Dr. Karen Terrell is the Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education at Loyola University Maryland. The mission of providing high-quality education for all has guided her teaching practice, service, and research, as evidenced by the varied experiences throughout her career since 2000. She has taught high-school mathematics, middle-school mathematics, and both undergraduate and graduate courses. She also has served as a Turnaround School Mathematics Coach for Boston Public Schools, and she later consulted for schools in Massachusetts and Rhode Island as well as the Massachusetts Department of Youth Services. She received her Doctor of Philosophy degree from Boston College in 2012. Her specialties include mathematics education, content and language integration, and assessment. Her research interests include these topics as well as genre pedagogy and technology integration for diverse learners. Dr. Terrell belongs to the AERA, TESOL, and NCTM professional organizations, as well as state affiliates, and currently serves as the 2nd Vice President of GATESOL.