Dr. Lampe's early research was in the area of Algebraic Combinatorics, while her most recent explorations and publications involved the mathematics of games of chance such as poker. She enjoys teaching a variety of mathematics courses at Carroll University at all levels of the curriculum. One regular course Dr. Lampe teaches is Modern Geometry, in which students learn that a triangle’s angles do not necessarily sum to 180 degrees.
What is your teaching style?
This really depends on the course. Some courses are lecture-based with student participation, while others are flipped in format with a more activities-based class session.
Why do you do what you do?
Mathematics is the most amazing subject to study. I really enjoy helping students grow in their mathematical journeys, and I really enjoy thinking about and doing mathematics.