Bysiek, Evelyn A.
School of Business
Adjunct Instructor, Finance
Office phone: (716) 375-2095
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Swan Business Center 206A
- MATH 122. Calculus for Management and Social Sciences
- QMX 210. Quantitative Applications for Business Students
- MSED in Differentiated Instruction, with a Gifted Education Extension, St. Bonaventure University, 2009.
- Bachelors of Arts in Mathematics, Alfred University, 2006.
Prior to coming to St. Bonaventure in the Fall of 2015, I taught high school math for three years at Canaseraga Central School and Olean High School. Classes taught included Calculus I and II (through Corning Community College), Math A, Math B, Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II and Trigonometry.
- Recipient of the St. Bonaventure Adjunct Faculty Award for Professional Excellence in Teaching, Spring 2018
- Member of the following national honor societies:
- Phi Beta Kappa
- Pi Mu Epsilon
- Alpha Lambda Delta
- Every student can learn, but every student does not learn in the same way. This is why differentiating instruction is so crucial to successful teaching.
- Understanding that my students are first people, each with different abilities, backgrounds, interests, and goals, helps me to constantly strive to get to know them as people. This results in more effective teaching and learning because they know I care, and it makes them more likely to do the same.
- Effort exerted is just as important as innate intelligence. If enough time and effort is put forth, even the worst math student can succeed in my class, and they know that I will work as hard as I can to help them to succeed.
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Member of the Advisory Board for the Inclusive Special Education Graduate Program at St. Bonaventure University.