Dr. Candice M. Quinn

Current Courses

  • MA111 (Mathematical Reasoning for the Arts)
  • MA331 (Linear Algebra with Proof)


  • 2021 Ph.D., Middle Tennessee State University
  • 2013 M.S., Cleveland State University
  • 2011 B.S., Cleveland State University


  • [01] Quinn, C. M., Reid, J. W., & Gardner, G. E. (2020). S+T+M=E: A convergent model for the nature of STEM. Science and Education. DOI 10.1007/s11191-020-00130-w
  • [02] Reid, J. W., Quinn, C. M., Zhigang, J., Jones, R. S., & Grinath, A. S. (2021). Small instructional changes to problematize data modeling practices in biology. The Journal of College Science Teaching.
  • [03] Van Sickle, J., Schuler, K. R., Holcomb, J. P., Carver, C. D., Resnick, A., Quinn, C. M., Jackson, D. K., Duffy, S. F., & Sridhar, N. (2020). Closing the achievement gap for underrepresented minority students in STEM: A deep look at a comprehensive intervention. Journal of STEM Education Innovation and Research.
  • [04] Quinn, C. M., Smith, D. K., Chappell, M. F., Carver, S. D., Duffy, S., Holcomb, J. P., Jackson, D., & Resnick, A., (2019). Music as Math Waves: Exploring trigonometry through sound. Journal of Mathematics and the Arts. 13(1-2), 173-184, DOI: 10.1080/17513472.2018.1552822
  • [05] Carver, S., Van Sickle, J., Holcomb, J. P., Quinn, C. M., Jackson, D. K., Resnick, A. H., Duffy, S. F., Sridhar, N., & Marquard, A. M. (2017). Operation STEM: Increasing success and improving retention among first-generation and underrepresented minority students in STEM. Journal of STEM Education, 18(3), 20-29.


  • Quinn, C. M. (2022, October). Math educational research: What is it and why is it important? Presentation at the Yellowhammer Network for Alabama Women in the Mathematical Sciences, Tuscaloosa, AL.

  • Watson, L., & Quinn, C. M.,(2022, March). Nature of mathematics: Does it matter? Presentation at the Mathematical Association of America Southeastern Section Centennial Section Meeting, Rome, GA.

  •  Quinn, C. M. (2020, February). Group Testing in Calculus - How do Students in Groups Work Together Equitably? Poster presented at the Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education Conference, Boston, MA.

  • Quinn, C. M. (2020, January). Purposeful placement: How to group a room full of students. Presentation at the Joint Mathematics Meeting, Denver, CO.

  • Quinn, C. M., & Reid, J. W. (2019, October). The importance of collaborative disciplinary expertise for integrated education. Presentation at the International Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology Education and Research Annual Conference, La Crosse, WI.

  • Reid, J., Quinn, C. M., Grinath, A. S., Jones, R. S., & Jia, Z. (2019, April). Small teaching practices for problematizing the quantitative nature of biology in non-science majors biology laboratories. Poster presented at the 92nd annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Baltimore, MD. 
  • Reid, J. W., & Quinn, C. M. (2019, March). Is integration enough? An analysis of student responses to a biocalculus task. Poster presented at the MTSU Scholars Week symposium, Murfreesboro, TN.
  • Quinn, C. M. (2018, May). Connecting calculus to the real world through a fast, fun, and furious problem. Poster presented at the Inquiry-Based Learning and Teaching Conference. Austin, TX.

Candice M. Quinn

Email: cquinn@una.edu 
Telephone: 256-765-4213 
Office: Stevens Hall 211


Office Hours:
Tuesdays & Thursdays: 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Wednesdays 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Other times are available by appointment only


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University of North Alabama
Florence AL, 35632