Therese Mar has been working at the University of Washington since 1999 in various capacities. From 1999 to 2008 she was a guest lecturer in the Department of Environmental Health, where she gave lectures on such topics as toxicology, air pollution mortality, and air pollution epidemiology. She has held joint appointments at the UW Robinson Center for Young Scholars (2004-present), where she taught Mathematics to Early Entrance Students, and as a math and statistics Instructor at our very own Instructional Center (2003-present). Therese holds a Ph.D. in Environmental and Occupational Health Science, an M.S. in Applied Mathematics, and B.S. in Mathematics with Honors all from the University of Washington. She has also published more than 10 articles in peer-reviewed journals that focus on themes in Toxicology and Epidemiology. Therese has a passion and commitment to serving students from diverse backgrounds and she is eager to work with our leadership team to make the IC a national model.