Philip Gallagher M.A.
- M.A., University of Cambridge (Christ’s College), UK
- Diploma in Intellectual Property Law and Practice, University of Bristol
- 2022 to present: Lecturer, Stevenson University
- 2007-2022: Adjunct Professor, SoBL/SoS, Stevenson University
- 2010-2014: Adjunct faculty, UMUC
- 2001-2005: Chief HR Officer, Games Workshop US, Inc
- “Night’s Dark Terror”; Jim Bambra, Graeme Morris, Phil Gallagher – a D&D adventure module, TSR Inc., 1986
- “Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay”; Richard Halliwell, Rick Priestley, Graeme Davis, Jim Bambra, Phil Gallagher; Games Workshop, 1986
- “The Enemy Within”; Jim Bambra, Phil Gallagher, Graeme Davis; Games Workshop, 1986
- “Shadows Over Bogenhafen”; Graeme Davis, Jim Bambra, Phil Gallagher, Games Workshop, 1987
- “Death on the Reik”; Phil Gallagher, Jim Bambra, Graeme Davis; Games Workshop, 1989
- Math 135: Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning
- Math 136: Introduction to Statistics
- Math 137: College Algebra
- Math 035#: Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning
- Math 036#: Foundations of Statistics
In the classroom, I try to provide as much hands-on practice as possible. Learning mathematics has much in common with learning a foreign language; it takes practice. I believe that a keen sense of curiosity is a vital ingredient to learning and I encourage students to ask questions at every opportunity (In my classes there’s no such thing as a dumb question).
When I’m not in the classroom, I’m usually in rehearsal or performing on stage at one of Baltimore’s many community theatres. Comedy is my favorite theatrical genre, and I love to lighten the classroom with a little laughter. Students in my classes should expect to work hard, while feeling safe to be themselves.
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