Mercyhurst University

Angela Berardinelli, Ph. D.

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Old Main 403


Education: B.S., Ursinus College - Mathematics, Computer Science (2010) M.S., University of North Texas - Mathematics (2012) Ph.D., University of North Texas - Mathematics (2015)

Courses Taught:

  • MATH/STAT 109 Introductory Statistics
  • MATH 110 Math in the Media
  • MATH 112 Trigonometry
  • MATH 118 Math for the Natural Sciences
  • MATH 170 Calculus I
  • MATH 265 Transition to Advanced Mathematics
  • MATH 146 Programming I
  • MIS 150 Introduction to Data Science
  • MIS 190 Algorithms
  • MIS 226 Programming II
  • MIS 350 Database Management
  • DATA 620 Database Technologies

Research Interests: Dr. Berardinelli's pure mathematics research concerns the study of symmetry, particularly the representation theory and combinatorics of reflection groups over the complex numbers. She is also active in computing education research. Recent projects have involved data mining current trends in the tech job market. She hopes to use these results to ensure Mercyhurst students are developing cutting edge, marketable skills throughout the IT and data science curricula. For more information about Dr. Berardinelli's research and teaching, visit her website.