Angela Walmsley, Ph.D.
Associate Dean of Graduate
Education and Research
3500 Lindell Blvd.
Fitzgerald Hall 208
Dr. Angela L.E. Walmsley is an associate professor at Saint Louis University in St. Louis, Missouri. She has been working in the field of education for approximately fifteen years. In that time, she has taught middle school and high school mathematics both in the United States and the United Kingdom; she has taught introductory education courses, graduate level advanced education and mathematics education courses at two universities in the Saint Louis area; and she is currently teaching statistical and educational research courses at Saint Louis University. In addition, Dr. Walmsley mentors both undergraduate and graduate students regarding teaching and research. Dr. Walmsley has authored five books and approximately twenty articles.
Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction: Mathematics Education and Educational Research, Saint Louis Universty
M.Ed. in Mathematics Education, University of Dublin
Diploma in Statistics, University of Dublin
Joint B.S. in Mathematics and Teaching, University of Illinois
Teaching Certificate in Illinois, Missouri, and Northern Ireland in the UK
General Research Methods
Readings in Statistics
Intermediate Qualitative Research
Quantitative Research for Education
Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Research
History of Mathematics Curriculum
Professional Development Schools
Evidence-Based Research and Learning in Schools
Community and Professional Service
St. Louis Children's Museum (The Magic House) Board of Directors, 2007-Present
St. Louis Children's Museum (The Magic House) Educational Advisory Committee, 2002-Present