Cheryll Crowe Johnson, Ph.D. – Asbury University
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Professor & Chair - Department of Mathematics
Associate Dean of the Shaw School of Sciences

Department: Mathematics

Office: Hamann-Ray 315 F

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Biographical Information

Dr. Johnson graduated from Asbury College in 2003 with a major in secondary mathematics education. She taught high school mathematics in Versailles, KY while pursuing her M.A. in Mathematics Education and Gifted Education endorsement from Georgetown College. Johnson received her Ph.D. in Education Sciences (Mathematics) from the University of Kentucky in 2008. Before returning to Asbury University in fall 2013, Dr. Johnson was a professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Eastern Kentucky University for five years.


  • Ph.D. in Education Sciences (Mathematics), University of Kentucky, 2008
  • M.A. in Mathematics Education and Gifted Education endorsement, Georgetown College
  • B.A. in Secondary Mathematics Education, Asbury College, 2003

Academic/Research Interests

Dr. Johnson’s research interests focus on TPACK (technology, pedagogy, and content knowledge) in mathematics education. In addition to several publications in the field, she has received two national fellowships in mathematics, presented her work across the United States, and been an invited guest panelist on KET’s Education Matters. Johnson currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the Francis Asbury Society and Past-President of the Kentucky Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators. During her time at Asbury, she has been the Kentucky State Coordinator for the American Mathematics Competition, mentor for the Mathematical Association of America Mentoring Network, Vice-Chair of the Kentucky Section of the Mathematics Association of America, and Vice-President (Colleges) for the Kentucky Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

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