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Dr. Carrie Diaz Eaton is an Associate Professor of Digital and Computational Studies at Bates. She was formerly Associate Professor of Mathematics in the Center for Biodiversity at Unity College, where she has been since 2010.  She has a B.A. in Mathematics with a minor in Zoology and an M.A. in Interdisciplinary Mathematics, both from University of Maine, where she studied computational neurobiology and neuronal networks.  Carrie earned her Ph.D. in Mathematics from University of Tennessee with a concentration in Mathematical Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. There she worked on network perspectives of coevolution and consequences for sustainability.  Since then, she has developed a research program in undergraduate interdisciplinary mathematics education, 
and is the Consortium Director for QUBES (Quantitative Undergraduate Biology Education and Synthesis).  Carrie Diaz Eaton currently also serves as the Education Subgroup co-Chair for the Society of Mathematical Biology and on the Editorial board of PRIMUS. She has also served as the past Program Chair and Electronic Communications Chair of BIO SIGMAA, a special interest group of the Mathematical Association of America and for the editorial board for Letters in Biomathematics. 

Curriculum Vitae

Former lab collaborators

Former page at Unity College

Operation Paperless Research Project
Left to right:  
Alexis White, Educational Impacts
Carrie Diaz Eaton, Advisor
Kari Lemelin, Web Design
Jake McGinley, Sustainability Science

Operation Paperless Research Project
 (Left to right):  
Alexis White, Educational Impacts 
Carrie Diaz Eaton, Advisor 
Kari Lemelin, Web Design
Jake McGinley, Sustainability Science