Instructor of Mathematics
Office: Classroom Building, 203B
B.S. (cum laude), University of Miami
M.S. (Mathematics), University of Massachusetts at Lowell
M.S. (Geology, cum laude), University of Houston
JD.. (cum laude), Suffolk University School of Law
Ivy Schram is an adjunct professor in the Mathematics-Science Department. Her interest in mathematics is particularly acute in the quantitative reasoning area. This is a result of her varied life experiences as an environmental lawyer, an international environmental consultant, a public school teacher, and university professor in Pittsburgh and Boston.
In addition to her work at Wheelock, she is also a senior lecturer in Mathematics and Essential Skills at Curry College and an Adjunct Professor of Law at Suffolk University Law School. She is known for her ability to translate complex mathematics, scientific, and legal matters into simple language for presentation.
An active member of the Boston community, she has worked closely with Massachusetts incarcerated youth and their teachers on math and science topics.