Veronica Gold, Ph.D.

Adjunct Professor of Mathematics
Division: General Education


Ph.D., Clark University (1999)
Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Mathematics Education, UMass (1994)
M.A., University of Massachusetts (1979)
B.A., Lehman College (1974)


  • Adjunct professor in mathematics, Becker College (2005-2011)
  • Teacher, Yeshiva Academy (1984-1988, 2011)
  • Adjunct faculty, Salter College (2011)
  • Adjunct faculty, Worcester State College (2008)
  • Adjunct faculty, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (1979-1983, 2008)
  • Adjunct faculty, Assumption College (1991-2007)
  • Adjunct faculty, Clark University (1987, 1991-1994)
  • Graduate assistant, University of Massachusetts (1974-1979)
  • Instructor, Bancroft School (1997-1999)
  • Mathematics curriculum coordinator and teacher, Uxbridge Public High School (1995-1996)
  • Chair of mathematics, Stoneleigh-Burnham High School (1976-1978)


Gold, V. (1999). “Values and Value Transmitters – A Study of Secondary Student Teachers Vis-à-vis Teaching Values in Public Schools.”  Clark University, Worcester

Manuscripts under Revision

Gold, Veronica, “Dividing by Zero”

Gold, Veronica, “Values Education and Secondary Student Teachers”

Clinics, Conference Papers, Presentations, and Workshops

Gold, Veronica (January and June, 2004) “Methods For Presenting Content to Meet Mathematics Curriculum Standards,” Workshops conducted at the G. Stanley Hall School, Worcester, Massachusetts

Gold, Veronica, “The Journey from Student Teacher to Math Teacher: A Math-Amorphosis,” submitted for the NCTM 2005 Annual Meeting (selected as alternat)

Gold, Veronica, “Preparing Students for the Mathematics Portion of the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System”, Workshops conducted at the Flagg Street and the New Ludlow Street Elementary Schools, Worcester, Massachusetts

Gold, Veronica, (2002) Values and Values Transmitters, Presented at the Character and Ethics Summer Institute, Assumption College, Worcester, Massachusetts

Gold, Veronica, (October 1993) Which Is Better, Eternal Happiness or a Peanut Butter Sandwich, Presented at the Alliance for Education MathLinks Conference, Worcester, Massachusetts


  • Assumption College Faculty Development Grant (2004)
  • Assumption College Faculty Development Grant (2003)
  • Assumption College Faculty Development Grant (2002)
  • Hiatt Summer Research Scholarship (1998)
  • Hiatt Summer Research Scholarship (1997)



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