Biographical Sketch

Jessica Johanningmeier began her career at Cornell in 2005, with the opening of the Quantitative Reasoning Studio. She works with students and faculty in all disciplines, but primarily in the social and natural sciences. She has given several presentations at national and local conferences. Jessica is also the advisor for Cornell's dance team.

Academic History

  • MA in Educational Measurement and Statistics, University of Iowa, 2005
  • BA in Psychology, Augustana College, 2003

Courses Taught

  • INT 501: Math for the Natural Sciences (quarter-credit)

Professional Presentations

  • Higher Learning Commission Annual Conference, Chicago, IL. Student Learning Through Collaborative Support with Paul Waelchli and Jen Rouse. April 2014.
  • ILA/ACRL Spring Conference, Cedar Rapids, IA. Let's Get Together: Taking Advantage of the Learning Center Model with Laura Farmer. April 2010.
  • NCTM Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, UT. Manipulatives: Not Just for Kindergarteners. April 2008.
  • ILA/ACRL Spring Conference, Davenport, IA. What Counts? Using Data to Influence Practice with Tonnie Flannery. March 2008.
  • ILA/ACRL Spring Conference, Grinnell, IA. Beyond Sources: Instructional Interventions Across the Inquiry Process with Dr. Jean Donham, Mariah Steele, and Annette Beck. March 2007.
  • Macalester College, St. Paul, MN. Cultivating Future Scholars: A Cross-Campus Collaboration with Dr. Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh. June 2006.

Memberships

  • National Numeracy Network