Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Computing; Director of Math Study Center
As an educator of mathematics I want to help students see the relationship of their major with mathematics. I have always been intrigued with finding new ways to connect students to mathematics and increase their understanding in the subject matter. I want to share with students how interesting mathematics can be regardless of their choice of major.
Student Organization Advisor of the Year in 2020
Adjunct Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching
Faculty/Staff Service Award in 2015
Co-presenter with John Boardman, Dan Callon, Paul Fonstad, and Justin Gash “Creating a Purposeful Student Learning Experience.” Mini-course, MathFest, Chicago, IL, 2016, 2017 and 2019.
Panelist for Project NExT at an INMAA conference, March 2014.
Co-presenter with Alice Heikens, Shifting Your Classroom into Action, January 2014, Franklin College
Co-presenter with Justin Gash and Kate Johnston, Facilitating Group Interaction in the Classroom, January 2016, Franklin College
“Angie Walls is a professor like no other. The first item that comes to my mind at the mentioning of her name is the word ‘considerate.’ Professor Walls makes it a priority to know and care for every student that walks through the doors of her classroom and office. That quality alone is what makes her such an effective leader for students both in and out of the classroom at Franklin College.” – Shelby Mullis ’19
“I have always been a person that really struggled in mathematics throughout high school. I was never one to have a connection with the subject. However, that changed once I took a class taught by Professor Angie Walls. Not only did I finally find a connection with math, but I also had a really great connection with the professor. Professor Walls helped me find confidence within myself and never turned down any of my questions. I felt very comfortable talking with her when I did not understand the content. I still feel that I can go to her for anything even if it is not school related. She is so much more than a professor, she is someone I look up to and has a will to help no matter the situation. Angie Walls is truly one of a kind.” – Darian Parke ’17