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Mr. Eric Bray

Overview

Introduction(s)
Mr. Bray is the Chair of the Mathematics Department and teaches Geometry and Computer Science. He also coaches cross country and advises the National Honor Society and the Resident Assistants.
Job Title
Mathematics Department Chair, Boys Cross Country Coach

Faculty Information

Location(s)
Orton Hall, Rogers-Ivie House
Department(s)
Department Chair, Dorm Parent, Faculty, Mathematics

Contact Information

Email
(Primary)
School Phone
716-687-2017
Room
Orton 105

Education

Degree(s)
B.S. Mathematics, Cornell University 2003
M.Ed. Mathematics, SUNY at Buffalo 2005

Other Information

Employed Since
2005
Biography

Mr. Bray is the Chair of the Mathematics Department and teaches Geometry and Computer Science. He coaches cross country running and advises the National Honor Society.

A native of Derby, New York, Mr. Eric Bray has been teaching at Gow since 2005. With an undergraduate degree in Mathematics from Cornell University and a graduate degree in Math Education from SUNY at Buffalo, he is a dynamic and innovative teacher.

Mr. Bray mentors Gow’s National Honor Society and coaches the cross country team. He previously served as the Director of the Sumer Program from 2009-2013 and advised the Gow School’s Student Council and the Resident Assistants. In May 2012, he received the Lowell L. Lundell Aware for Excellence in Teaching, given to that Gow faculty member who, through his dedication, concern, and skill, has demonstrated the highest qualities of a professional teacher.

An avid runner, Mr. Bray regularly competes in local road and trail races. Mr. Bray and his wife Tiffany reside in Rogers-Ivie House with their two young children.

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