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___________________________________________Ms. Mary Kay Best - ProfessorMathematics DivisionBeeville CampusOffice C-106361-354-2402 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ___________________________________________
Ms. Best has post graduate hours from Appalachian State
University in Higher Education. She is
also an alum of the Kellogg Institute-Class of 2006, also at ASU. Her practicum topic was Advising and
Placement at CBC. Since that time she has attended three Advanced Kellogg
Institutes. In 2006 she was awarded the
Phi Theta Kappa Instructor of the Leadership Development Studies Program
certificate. She obtained a M.S. in Mathematics in 1996 from Texas A&M
University-Kingsville. She acquired a
B.S. in Education from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi (1990) along with
a Lifetime Teaching Certificate in Secondary Mathematics. She earned an A.A.
from Bee County College in 1975 and graduated from George West High School in
Ms. Best began her career in Higher Education in 1993 when she joined the Mathematics Division at Coastal Bend College. In that time she has taught Basic Math,
Beginning Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, Fundamentals of
Mathematics I & II, Mathematics for Business & Economics I & II,
Statistics, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus I, II, and III. Before joining the CBC faculty she taught one
year for A.C. Jones High School in Beeville, Tx. and two years for Mathis High
School. She was QEP Director of Curriculum and Instruction and also a director
of the Achieving the Dream Initiative. She
directed a Supplemental Instruction grant in conjunction with Houston CC and
Ms. Best enjoys professional office and service, serving as
a member of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Reaffirmation
Committee for Haywood CC, NC., in 2008.
She was also President of the Texas Association of Academic
Administrators in the Mathematical Sciences (2008-2009), President-elect
(2007-2008), and Vice-president (2006-2007).
Her grandchildren are her pride and joy and occupy much of her down
time. She is an avid animal person and
has 3 dogs and 1 cat-Lady, Lulu, Lucy, and Precious.