M.S., Central Connecticut State Univ (1986)
B.A., Central Connecticut State Univ (1974)
Charlotte Gregory is a Senior Lecturer in the Aetna Quantitative Center. Although she enjoys teaching Quantitative Literacy classes, she is particularly enthusiastic about two other courses she has developed: her first-year seminar, Fallacies for Fun and Profit, which deals with informal logic, in both verbal and quantitative settings, and Mathematics of Equity, which involves the allocation of people, goods or power among the members of a group. She loves being in the classroom and providing her first-year seminar students with a smooth transition from high school to college life. Having taught high school for thirteen years before coming to Trinity in 1997, Charlotte is well aware of the differences students may find when they leave high school and start college, and she realizes the importance of providing personal guidance and a sympathetic ear.
In addition to her teaching duties, Charlotte is the Interim Director of the Aetna Quantitative Center. Her Q-Center duties include, but are certainly not limited to, maintaining Quantitative Literacy statistics on all incoming students and providing professional development for mathematics tutors. Charlotte also finds time to serve on the June Days Committee and TEAM, a committee overseen by the Dean of Students Office.