Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics

  • Schilling

Ann Marie V. Schilling

“A mom’s life is like an operating system - it runs on interupts” Daniel Comeau

Ann Marie brings experience as a professional software engineer and years of teaching to Ursinus. A programmer since her dad hooked up a TI99/4a to the family television, she has applied her expertise to the aerospace, finance, and banking industries. Ann Marie has taught a variety of low and high level courses at the  undergraduate and graduate level.

Her classroom philosophy combines her industry experience, her unassuming sense of humor, and her desire to foster a love and appreciation for Mathematics and Computer Science.  A graduate of a liberal arts university, she inserts “liberal arts moments” into her classes and emphasizes the value of this type of education.  Professor Schilling sees the student as an individual with distinct needs, interests, and talents as well as the class as a cohesive group of learners.

Off campus, you can find Ann Marie spending time with her family, volunteering at various charities, reading science fiction/fantasy, listening to very loud music, or puttering in her garden or craft room.


Mathematics and Computer Science


  • B.S. Computing Sciences,  Math Minor,  University of Scranton
  • M.S. Computing Sciences, Drexel University


  • Calculus I
  • Statistics I
  • Introduction to Computing
  • Object Oriented Programming
  • Software Engineering
  • Operating Systems
  • Computer Architecture
  • In Silico Design

Professional Experience

Lockheed Martin Corporation

Sedona Corporation

First USA Bank

The Vanguard Group

Mars Electronics International

Drexel University

Research Interests

  • Object Oriented Design
  • Software Engineering
  • Math and Computer Science Education

Years of Service to Ursinus