Donna L. McCart, M.S.
Associate Professor, the john Merck Division of Science and Technology
Everett Mansion 360
- M.S., Mathematics Education, Syracuse University, 1990
- B.A., Mathematics and Education, Syracuse University, 1988
- Associate Professor, Merck Division of Science and Technology, Southern Vermont College, 2003-present
- Mathematics Specialist, Southern Vermont College, 1991-2003
- Instructor, Mathematics, Syracuse University, 1989-1991
- Teacher, Mathematics, Fort Plain High School, 1990-1991
- College math
- College algebra
- Statistical methods
- Applied calculus
Why I teach
There is nothing better than witnessing the moment when a student finally understands a concept. I also cherish the moments when former students approach me and inform me that they actually used some aspect of the math they learned in one of my classes.
- Outstanding Service Award, Southern Vermont College, 2005
- Outstanding Faculty Member, Southern Vermont College, 1996-1997
- Vermont Educational Opportunity Programs Educator of the Year, 1995-1996
- Outstanding Faculty Member, Southern Vermont College, 1993-1994
The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein
Best part of being at SVC
The best part of being at SVC is working with staff and faculty who are committed to meeting the educational needs of the students.
Linda M. Lippacher, R.T. (R), (M), M.A., Director of Radiologic Sciences Curriculum.
- President Gross's Commentary in VTDIGGER.ORG on Five Ways to Make College More Friendly to Vets
- SVC to Honor Higher Ed Leader and Former Asst Secy of the Air Force at Commencement
- Sarah Dahl, M.D., Named to SVC Board of Trustees
- Sharief Hashim Heads Men's JV Basketball and is Admissions Counselor
- President Gross at Research Symposium on Student Debt
- President Gross's Article in Hechinger Report on "Ten ways to make college more friendly to veterans"
- SVC Statement on North Adams Hospital Closing
- President Gross's Article in Huffington Post, "Bringing Our Best Selves to the Table:..."
- Student Philanthropists Investing in the Community