Faculty & Staff Directory
- Director, STEM Accelerator
PhD, Biology, Northern Illinois University (1994)
Experienced STEM educator interested in improving the learning experiences of students. She has held leadership roles at Florida Southern College, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and Xavier University of Louisiana. Prior to taking on administrative roles, Dr. Crowe was a faculty member who taught, advised, and mentored undergraduate students in her research on the behavior of burrowing animals such as dung beetles and fiddler crabs. Her primary responsibility at GMU is directing the work of the STEM Accelerator.
Crowe, M. 2023. Assessing Undergraduate Research in Mathematics in "Expanding Undergraduate Research in Mathematics: Making UR more Inclusive. Edited by Dorff, M., Rychtar, J. and Taylor, D. publisher Mathematical Association of America.
Crowe, M., Fletcher-Harding, S. and Gibbs, M.B. 2020. Flip the Switch: Illuminating the Existence of Creativity and Research in All Disciplines. Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research 3(4): 70-75.
Crowe, M. and Brakke, D. 2019. Assessing Undergraduate Research Experiences: An Annotative Bibliography. Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research 3(2): 21-30.
Crowe, M. and Guerrant, B. (editors) 2018. Voices on the Verge: Mentoring Through Transitions. Council of Undergraduate Research, Washington, D.C.
Crowe, M., Rychtar, J., Rueppell, O., Chhetri, M., Remington, D. and Gupta, S. 2013. Proving the “proof”- interdisciplinary undergraduate research positively impacts students, pp25-30. Topics from the 8th Annual UNCG Regional Mathematics and Statistics Conference, Springer Proceedings in Mathematics and Statistics Series