Dr. Diaz Eaton earned her B.A. in Mathematics with a minor in Zoology and an M.A. in Interdisciplinary Mathematics, both from University of Maine, where she studied computational neurobiology. Carrie then went on to earn her Ph.D. in Mathematics from University of Tennessee with a concentration in Mathematical Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Her current research involves network perspectives of coevolution and consequences for sustainability.  She is also active in research in undergraduate interdisciplinary mathematics education, working on 3 NSF grants.  Carrie Diaz Eaton serves as the Electronic Communications Chair of BIO SIGMAA, a special interest group of the Mathematical Association of America, and on the editorial board for Letters in Biomathematics.  She also serves as the QUBES Consortium facilitator (Quantitative Undergraduate Biology Education and Synthesis). Carrie had both her children while a graduate student at the University of Tennessee, the latter, just prior to starting her position at Unity College.