Email Address
Aquinas 50 G
Office Hours
By appointment


Professor Bready joined the Mount faculty as a full-time faculty member in 1999. Courses primarily taught are Elementary and Applied Statistics, Math for Elementary School Teachers, Calculus III, Introduction to Cryptology, and Number Theory. She has been an active participant of the AP Statistics exam reading for over 15 years. She has presented at the local and national level, including NCTM, AMATYC, USCOTS, UP-STAT, ASA, ISETL, and even the American Academy of Forensic Science.

In her "young and foolish days", Dr. Bready was an exercise rider of thoroughbred race horses, and has ridden at the Meadowlands, Monmouth, and race tracks in Virginia and Florida. She also enjoys participating in local community theater (preferably musicals), and the occasional MSMC production. When not in class, she can be found either hiking with her dogs or at the barn riding her horse!

Doctor of Philosophy, New York University
Master of Arts, New York University
Bachelor in Business Administration, Pace University
MTH 2070 Elementary Statistics
MTH 3020 Applied Statistics
Memberships and Professional Associations

Achievements / Awards
Student Government Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2022
MVP "Most Valuable Professor", MSMC, October 2021
  • Bready, J. (2013). A Semester-Long Project to Engage Students in Elementary Statistics. Journal of Unified Statistical Techniques, 5-7.
  • Bready, J., & Sterken, S. (2017). Polynomials on Pictures with Different Platforms. Mathematics Teacher, 144-148.
  • Bready, J., Bready, R., & Chute, D. (2017). A Ten Year Study of Suicides in a Rural/Suburban County. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 911-914.
  • Doherty, M., Scannell-Desch, E., & Bready, J. (2020). A Positive Side of Deployment: Vicarious Posttraumatic Growth in U.S. Military Nurses Who Served in the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 233-241.

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