Murray H. Siegel
Ph.D., Georgia State University
Arizona State University
Dr. Murray H. Siegel is a mathematics instructor at the Polytechnic Campus of Arizona State University.
He earned a B.S. in Physics from New York University College of Engineering. Professor Siegel completed his graduate studies in mathematics education at Georgia State University, where he earned his M.Ed., Ed.S., and Ph.D.
Professor Siegel has received a number of honors, including membership in Tau Beta Pi (national engineering honor society) and Kappa Delta Pi (national education honor society); 1986 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching; Master Teacher, Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation; Who's Who in American Education 1987-1995; 1989 Star Teacher; 1990-1991 Cobb County (GA) PAGE Educator of the Year; and the Kentucky Educational TV "Best Math Teacher in America" Award.
Dr. Siegel is known nationally as a mathematics leader in our public schools, and much of his professional life has been devoted to adult education. His community workshops, college courses, college workshops, and videos have one purpose: to help students overcome mathematics anxiety and to provide his audiences with a picture of mathematics as a subject with logical underpinnings and great utility. In addition, he tries to focus on the connectivity of the various branches of mathematics as well as the beauty that exists throughout the subject.