Pam Warrick

Contributing Faculty
Richard W. Riley College of Education and Human Sciences
M.S. Education (MSEd)

Dr. Warrick has been in Higher Education since 2001, after a 20-year teaching career in PK-12 public schools. She has been a course developer and made educational videos at MGM for Laureate, an instructor at Walden in MSED and EDD programs and continues to promote STEM and Mathematics education through research, training and curriculum development. She has received the National Presidential Excellence in Secondary Mathematics Award, State Presidential Excellence in both Elementary and Secondary Mathematics; has publications in research and grants for improving Teacher Training Programs, and grants for implementation of STEM education in schools. She is an Army wife, has three sons, four grandsons and a granddaughter.


BS, University of Mary Hardin Baylor

MA, Slippery Rock University

PhD, Walden University

Public Service

Children's International, Organizer - Little Rock

Awards / Honors

National Presidential Award in Mathematics, Department of Defense Schools, 1993

Children's International Service Award, University of Arkansas, 2009


Warrick, P. L. (2010). Styles and Strategies for Teaching High School Mathematics.

Warrick, P. L. (2002). Success in the Urban Classroom: A parental intervention program to improve Mathematics achievement. Eisenhower National Clearinghouse Journal


Warrick, P. L., Warrick, S. L. (2016). Help is Here: Strategies for Justify and Explain.

Warrick, PhD, P. L., Warrick, S. L. (2017). Prepare for Aspire with STEM Curriculum .