Stu currently lives in Norwalk, Connecticut with his wife, Mary. Together they have two children, Jennifer and Daniel, both of whom live in New York City.

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1991-present         Professional Development Director                              Open CorridorSchools
                                             In association with the University of Bridgeport, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.  Originator and instructor of graduate courses for teachers including but not limited to: Modes of Learning: Teaching Methods, Problem Solving for All Classrooms, Strengthening Curriculum Through Diversity, Critical Thinking Across the Curriculum, School Violence and Safety Issues, Using Sports Topics to Motivate Students, Travel/Study Program, New England Area.

2004-present         University Adjunct Faculty                                           University of Bridgeport
                                             Graduate Mathematics Education Adjunct Professor, methods and materials.
                                                                                                                       Sacred Heart University
                                            Mathematics Adjunct Professor.                       

1984-2003             District Professional Development Leader                   Norwalk Board of Education
                                             Instructor for courses including:  The new SAT, Art and Mathematics, Critical Thinking Through the Humanities and Algebra for Everyone.

1984-1990            College Instructor                                                           Norwalk Community College
                                             Instructor for courses including Calculus, Probability and Statistics, and Algebra.

1977-2003            Mathematics Teacher                                                     Brien McMahon High School
                                             Full range of high school curricula, including:  Introduction to Calculus, Honors Algebra III & II, Geometry, Probability and Statistics, and others.


May 1996            Education Doctorate
            City University Los Angeles, Los Angeles CA
            Dissertation:  Communication in Education

May 1983            Master of Business Administration
            University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport CT
            Major in Finance

May 1977            Master of Science of Teaching
            University of Vermont, Burlington VT
            Major in Mathematics

Dec. 1966            Bachelor of Arts
            University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MI
            Major in Psychology


        • Presidential Award for Excellence in Math. 2003 Norwalk Public Schools Nominee
        • Sci-Mat Fellow.  Awarded grant to study “The Connection between Mathematics Uncertainty and the Advent of Modern Art” 1992.
        • CBIA Fellow.  Conducted research programs for various Connecticut corporations, including James River and Peoples Bank 1987, 88, 89.
        • PIMMS-CAUS Fellow.  1986-present.  Participated in summer 1986 activities including teaching at Choate Rosemary Hall.
        • C2PC Fellow.  Participated in the Calculator and Computer Precalculus Project at Ohio State University 1991.
        • NCTM.  Member since 1984:  presented at regional conferences on the “Mathematics – Art Connection”.
        • Math Content Committee.  Norwalk Teachers Committee formed to reform the high school mathematics curricula 1995-2003.
        • Curriculum Revision.  Revised Norwalk’s mathematics curriculum employing “Understanding by Design” format.
        • Mentor.  Student teacher advisor.