Maya Kiehl

Lecturer, Mathematical Sciences

Prior to joining the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Rensselaer as a Lecturer, Dr. Kiehl held a teaching appointment at West Point. Her interests in math education include math retention, transfer of knowledge from math to science/engineering courses and STEM persistence. Dr. Kiehl's research has primarily been focused on the science and engineering Calculus sequence at Rensselaer.  Currently she is involved in improving educational outcomes for first-year students and providing leadership training to upperclass student through the  I-PERIST Mentor Program.

Ph.D., Mathematics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1997
B.A., Mathematics, Washington University, 1991
Research Focus
  • Math education
Select Works
  • Calculus Skills @ Rensselaer: From Web Application Development to Classroom Implementation, M. Kiehl