Linda R. Martin, Ph.D., is a professor of Quantitative Analysis. Her teaching interests are business statistics and business mathematics. She specializes in undergraduate teaching. To support her teaching, Dr. Martin does research in the area of teaching and applied statistics. She has published in the Journal of Education for Business and the College Teaching and Methods & Styles Journal. Dr. Martin is very active in University governance. For many years she has served on the University Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, University Assessment Committee and the University Tenure and Promotion Committee.
Prior to assuming her position as a professor at UNH, Dr. Martin was Dean of the College of Business at the University of New Haven for seven years. She also held administrative positions at the Barney School of Business at the University of Hartford.
Dr. Martin received a doctoral degree in economics from University of South Carolina. As a professor of economics, her research on women and poverty was published in the Monthly Labor Review and the article was widely received in the public media. Some of her other research has been published in the Quarterly Journal of Business & Economics, Regional Science Perspective, Small Business Economics, and the Journal of Applied Business.
She has been an active member in regional economics associations. Dr. Martin participated in the Northeast Business and Economics Association as an executive board member and as a conference coordinator. She has served on the editorial board of the Journal of Business and Society. Currently, she is a member of the American Economics Association.
Dr. Martin is an executive board member for the APT Foundation. The Apt Foundation is the one of the largest providers of drug-rehabilitation services in the greater New Haven area.