Dr. Schoppmann has been teaching at Seton Hall since 1990. She obtained her bachelor's degree from Wagner College, her master's degree from the University of Connecticut, and her doctorate from Stevens Institute of Technology. At Seton Hall she teaches mathematics courses from introductory calculus one to upper level mathematics major courses. Although she enjoys all of the mathematics courses that she teaches, she has a particular interest in graph theory; a field she has published multiple papers in. Dr. Schoppmann is also the advisor for the Seton Hall chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon, a nationally recognized math honors society, and is also serving as the University's Faculty Athletics Representative.