Sonia Clayton, M.S.T., M.S.

Dr. Rindy Anderson

Coordinator, Math Lab
Graduate Programs Coordinator

Department of Mathematical Sciences


Science Building (43), Rm. 240


  • Master of Science in Teaching Mathematics, Florida Atlantic University, 2010
  • Master of Science in Counseling Education, Syracuse University, 1991
  • Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics, Syracuse University, 1989  

Current Projects / Responsibilities

  • Oversee the Department of Mathematical Sciences Math Labs for all undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Supervise the work of undergraduate lab tutors who work with all university students who utilize the Math labs. 
  • Work with Departmental faculty in the coordination of all academic testing for the Department of Mathematical Sciences.
  • Facilitate all incoming graduate students in their admissions process, academic processes procedures, teaching responsibilities, and graduation responsibilities. 
  • Collaborate in all Departmental Community Outreach programming (Math Day K-12 Outreach Programs, departmental clubs’ special events).
  • Assist and support the Chair of Mathematical Sciences (graduate students, math labs, tutoring).
  • Coordinate all activities involved with Math Alliance Program (attend annual conferences and recruit students from Math Alliance for Math graduate programs). 

Awards and Recognition

  • M.S.T. Mathematics Education, FAU, 2010
  • M.S. in Counseling Education, Syracuse University, 1991
  • B.A. in Mathematical Sciences, Syracuse, University, 1989
  • Top 25 Women in Onondaga County for Business and Leadership, 2003 
  • Recipient of the Onondaga Community College Board of Trustees Award for Outstanding Contributions, 2001
  • Developed a Tutorial Center for the Syracuse Community in Onondaga County, 2003


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Sonia Clayton and Dr. Yuan Wang attend and recruit the "Best of the Best" students at the 10th Annual Mathematical Field of Dreams Conference, St. Louis, MO, November 4-6, 2016.

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Time spent with friends and family is especially important to Sonia.  

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