Emerald Stacy

Emerald Stacy

Emerald Stacy


Office Hours

Tuesdays 2 - 3pm & Fridays 2:30 - 3:30 pm and by appointment at https://calendly.com/estacy2

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Ph.D. Oregon State 2018
Mathematics, Number Theory (Advisor: Clayton Petsche)
Minor in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Graduate Certificate in College and University Teaching

M.S. Oregon State 2015
Mathematics, Number Theory

B.A. Central Washington University 2003
Mathematics, Classical

Research Spotlight

Stacy, Emerald. "Undermining the “Bad at Math” Identity: Overhauling Differential Calculus to Empower Marginalized Students." MAA Notes Volume on Diverse Equitable and Inclusive Issues in Calculus Programs (2021)

Stacy, Emerald. "Totally p-adic Numbers of Degree 3." Proceedings from Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium XIV (2020).

Petsche, Clayton, and Emerald Stacy. “A dynamical construction of small totally p-adic algebraic numbers.” Journal of Number Theory 202 (2019): 27-36.

In Gendered Voices, Feminist Visions: Classic and Contemporary Readings, a piece I wrote called “Math Camp for Girls” in included.  This textbook was published in July 2019 by Oxford University Press.


My research area is in Algebraic Number Theory.  More specifically, I study totally p-adic numbers of small height.

In addition, I work to make mathematics more inclusive as a discipline by speaking at conferences on the scholarship of pedagogy.
January 2019 - Joint Math Meetings - Inspiring Wonder in Calculus Through Student-Designed Projects
September 2018 - Faculty Leadership for Integrative Learning - A Case for Wonder in Calculus


Currently Teaching

  • MAT 194 - Special Topics: Differential Calculus Part 1
  • FYS - Genius: Deconstructing the Idea of Intelligence

Previously Taught

  • MAT 294 - Special Topics: Stretch Differential Calculus Part 2
  • MAT 201 - Differential Calculus
  • MAT 202 - Integral Calculus
  • MAT/CSI 240 - Discrete Mathematics
  • MAT 327 - Theory of Numbers
  • GRAD 560 - Theories of Teaching and Learning

Teaching Statement

Professional Experience

Adjunct Professor, Oregon State University, Graduate Certificate for College and University Teaching program, January 2019 - present

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Oregon State University, Mathematics, September 2012-June 2018

And, because we all have a story…

Barista, Island Espresso, September 2005 - January 2011

Owner and Artist, Emerald’s Beads, October 2002 - February 2008

Some of My Favorite Books
Name of the Wind - Pat Rothfuss
The Black Jewels Trilogy - Anne Bishop
Weapons of Math Destruction - Cathy O’Neil
I’ll Give You the Sun - Jandy Nelson
An Unkindness of Ghosts - Rivers Solomon
Not That Bad - Roxane Gay