Ms. Lanita Presson Lecturer Retired, Mathematical Sciences Department Biography Ms. Presson joined the faculty in 1989 after receiving a M.A. in mathematics education for The University of Alabama in Huntsville. Ms. Presson served as the course coordinator for MA 113, Precalculus with Trigonometry, MA 115, Precalculus with Algebra & Trigonometry, and MA 244 Introduction to Linear Algebra. She served as the Double Major Advisor in the Math Department and has served as the Coordinator the annual Alabama Association of College Teachers Alabama State High School Math since 1992 hosted each spring on campus. Ms. Presson served as a Faculty Advisor for the the Portfolio Exit Conferences for University of Alabama in Huntsville Education Department. Education M.A., Mathematics, University of Alabama in Huntsville, 1979 B.S., Mathematics, University of Arkansas, 1972 Honors & Awards A Favorite Professor, Charger Village. (January 13, 2014). Affiliations Committee Member, Student Retention. (February 2015 - Present). Committee Member, Math Placement. (October 2013 - Present). Committee Member, Admitted Student Class Visitations. (February 2012 - Present). Faculty Advisor, Portfolio Exit Conferences for Education Department. (April 2005 - Present). Faculty Advisor, Advisor to Math Majors. (September 1996 - Present). Faculty Mentor, MA 244 Coordinator. (August 1996 - Present). Committee Member, Evaluate Transferred Courses. (September 1992 - Present). Faculty Mentor, Coordinator of MA 113 and MA 115. (September 1990 - Present). Committee Chair, Precalculus and Linear Textbook Search Committee. (September 1990 - Present). Committee Chair, Precalculus Common Exam. (September 1990 - Present). Letters of Recommendation. (August 2014 - May 2015). Faculty Mentor, MA 113 and MA 115 Coordinator. (August 2014 - May 2015). Instructor, Precalculus Trig Workshop. (August 2014 - January 2015). Attendee, Meeting, Week of Welcome. (August 2013). Host for the District, AACTM High School Math Competition, Huntsville, AL. (March 1992 - Present).