Portrait of Alycia Marshall

Dr. Alycia Marshall

Interim Vice President for Learning, Anne Arundel Community College

Dr. Alycia Marshall holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics Education from the University of Maryland College Park, a Master of Arts in Teaching from Bowie State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from the University of Maryland Baltimore County. Her teaching experience includes three years of high school mathematics and 18 years of college-level mathematics. She also spent five years as the Department Chair of Mathematics at AACC, supervising up to 30 full-time and 90 part-time mathematics faculty.

Marshall is one of the Charles A. Dana Center’s Mathematics Pathways Leadership Fellows and has been awarded the Verizon Community Innovator Award (2013), the 2015 INSIGHT Into Diversity Magazine’s “100 Inspiring Women in Stem Award,” a National Faculty Role Model Award presented by Minority Access Inc. (2015), and the John and Suanne Roueche Excellence Award from the League of Innovation (2017). She was the Principal Investigator and founder of the Engineering Scholars Program at AACC. She is also a member of the Strong Start to Finish (SSTF) Expert Advisory/Knowledge Management Board, in association with the Education Commission of the States, and a member of the Mathematics Advisory Group (MAG) for TPSE (Transforming Post-Secondary Education).