Dr. Jessica Stovall

Current Courses

  • MA 113 Pre-Calculus Trigonometry
  • MA 126 Calculus II
  • MA 451 Intro to Analysis


  • 2011 Ph.D., University of Arkansas
  • 2007 M.S., University of Arkansas
  • 2004 B.S.E., Arkansas State University



J. Stupiansky and J. E. Stovall. “Modeling the Devastation of Hemlock Trees in the Great Smoky Mountains." (in progress)


J. E. Stovall and W. A. Feldman. “Nonlinear Functionals and Their Support Sets."(in progress)


C. Stenger, J. Jerkins, J. Stovall, and J. Jenkins." An APOS Study on Undergraduates' Understanding of Direct Variation: Mental Constructions and the Influence of Computer Programming." (submitted August 2017)


J. E. Stovall and W. A. Feldman. “Associating Linear and Nonlinear Operators." In Problems and Recent Methods in Operator Theorry, Contemporary Mathematics, vol 687, Amer. Math. Soc., Providence, RI, 2017, pp. 225-230.


C. Stenger, J. Jerkins, J. Stovall, and J. Jenkins. " An Explicit Method for Teaching Generalization to Pre-Service Teachers Using Computer Programming." In Proceedings of the 20th Annual Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education (MAA SIGMAA on RUME 2017), 2017.


J. A. Jerkins, C. L. Stenger, J. Stovall, and J. T. Jenkins. “Establishing the Impact of a Computer Science/Mathematics Anti-Symbiotic Stereotype in CS Students." In Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, vol. 28, no. 5, USA, pp.47-53, 2013.

Dr. Jessica Stovall

Telephone: 256-765-4762
Office: MAB 102

UNA Box 5051
University of North Alabama
Florence AL, 35632